Automated Social Media Reporting Tool

Stay on top of your social media performance with our Social Media Reporting Tool. Seamlessly bring all of your social media platforms together in one place and transform their automated reports into actionable insights with Whatagraph. Check on your audience growth, interactions, engagement metrics, and more.
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Automated Social Media Reporting Tool

Stay on top of your social media performance with our Social Media Reporting Tool. Seamlessly bring all of your social media platforms together in one place and transform their automated reports into actionable insights with Whatagraph. Check on your audience growth, interactions, engagement metrics, and more.
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Effortlessly report, monitor and analyze your campaigns.
Build your Social Media report in minutes.

Automatically collect social media performance data for all your KPIs

After connecting your social media platforms to Whatagraph, you’ll never have to worry about tracking your most important KPIs again. Our Social Media Reporting Tool automatically pulls up-to-date audience, page, post, and engagement insights. Using our pre-built widgets, you can build comprehensive performance reports in a fraction of the time that you’re used to.

Get a 360º campaign overview with cross-channel reports

It’s all about omni-channel marketing these days. With Whatagraph, you can easily build cross-channel reports to deliver thorough analysis of how a particular campaign has performed, or how the chosen marketing channel mix is working. Connect other social media tools or paid advertising channels and take a deep-dive into marketing analytics.

Keep clients in the loop with report automation and scheduling

Transparency is a surefire way to stronger and longer lasting client-agency relationships. Using an automated reporting software like Whatagraph ensures your clients are always up-to-date on their performance. Set up a reporting cadence and format to fit your client needs: from scheduled PDF reports for short-term goal tracking to live report dashboards for strategic planning.

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Why agencies choose Whatagraph reporting software

“Whatagraph is an easy to use drag-and-drop reporting tool that helped us automate our client reports. We've got huge time savings thanks to it. Furthermore, the styling options and customer support are great!”

Martin Wagner, Senior Marketing Manager

Campaigning Bureau

“The customization options allow us to do lots of different kinds of reports and we can integrate Google Ads and Facebook all into one client report, which is something hard to do generally. Saves me time so I can work on other things.”

Charles Douglas, Director of Social

Pilerats

“Great list of data sources to pull from, ability to drill down into the data, segmenting, sorting, etc. Whatagraph is a great reporting software without many similar alternatives. Plus, it has great customer service that has always been helpful.”

Guy Azouri, CEO

Anova London

Frequently Asked Questions

1. What are the best social media analytics tools?

Facebook Insights is available to admins of your company page when you attract over 30 followers. It gives detailed insights into your post engagement, and helps you to understand the location and demographics of your audience. Posts are analyzed individually so you know exactly which kind of content performs best, and you get important metrics on things like the reach of your posts, video views, and other actions that occur on your page.

Twitter Analytics tracks your tweets, tweet impressions, mentions, followers and visits to your profile. You receive monthly statistics that highlight your most popular tweets, mentions, and followers, and you can analyze individual tweets to see their impressions, likes, retweets, and overall engagement. Twitter Analytics is available to both business pages and individual users.

Instagram Insights offers various metrics, including those that analyze your overall reach and profile visits. For each individual post you can find valuable insights into things like impressions, reach, likes, profile visits and website clicks. Unfortunately, Instagram Insights is currently accessible through the app only, and is available to business accounts and influencers who enjoy continuous engagement with their audience.

YouTube Analytics gives performance metrics for anyone who has uploaded a video to the platform. It helps you to understand how people found your videos, how much they watched, and whether they chose to visit your website. The tool also gives demographic data so you can better understand your audience.

The very best social media analytics tools automatically pull all this performance data and more, presenting the results in a clear and actionable manner on a single report. They allow you to build custom formulas to display metrics that are not supported by in-house analytics tools, taking your social media performance analysis to the next level. Try Whatagraph for free for 7 days and see if our reporting platform lives up to your expectations.

2. How do you analyze social media?

There are many ways to analyze your social media performance with Whatagraph. You can build reports from scratch using our drag-and-drop editor, adding as many tables, charts, rich media etc. as you like, or you can use our pre-built templates. Whichever method you choose, you’ll be able to see the following data:

  1. The number of paid and organic likes for your pages;
  2. The demographic breakdown of your audience;
  3. Total interactions and engagements your pages received;
  4. Your top performing posts in rich media format;
  5. Video stats and more!

3. What are social media metrics?

Social media metrics use data to measure the impact of social media activity on revenue and engagement, as well as understanding customer needs and wants. The type of metrics you’ll find most useful will depend on your ultimate goals, but traditional engagement metrics like time on page, click rates, comments and shares often offer the most valuable insights. Metrics are important in helping you to understand whether your time and effort spent on social media marketing is paying off, as well as giving insights into areas where your targeted marketing can be improved.

“Marketing without analytics is like playing basketball in the dark:

You might be scoring, but no one knows it.”

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