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LinkedIn Analytics
Dashboard Template

Try this free LinkedIn Analytics dashboard template to organize essential KPIs in a single place and get a detailed analysis of your LinkedIn profile performance.

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Consider using this pre-made LinkedIn performance dashboard to get a comprehensive overview of your profile. Your performance data will automatically be turned into a stunning visual presentation.

See your performance overview

Get vital Twitter performance KPIs at a glance. The pre-made template contains the total number of followers, retweets, likes and other essential metrics.

Track your follower growth

Review the performance of your top tweets by measuring favourites and engagement metrics. Recognise the success patterns of your tweets and follow them to grow your accounts.

View the entire engagement funnel

Measure the growth of your follower base over time. Determine the days where tweets generate the most engagement and use the information to your advantage.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What do clicks mean on LinkedIn?

On your LinkedIn page, clicks indicate the number of times your company name, content, or logo have been clicked on by a visitor.

What exactly is a click-through rate on LinkedIn?

Click-through-rate or CTR depicts the number of clicks your page received divided by the total number of impressions.

What is a good impression rate on LinkedIn?

Generally, a 2% engagement rate on LinkedIn is considered acceptable. Page or content with anything above 2% indicates above-average performing content or page.

What’s more important: reach or impressions?

Reach is the total number of people who have come across your post. Impressions are the total number of times your ad or content has been displayed on a screen. Which metric you choose to pay attention to will ultimately depend on your goals or objectives.

For example, you should track impressions if you’re worried about spamming people with too many ads. If you wish to minimize spam try increasing your reach while adjusting your content accordingly.

Meanwhile, reach helps determine if there’s something wrong going on with your ads. For instance, if you reached a large number of people but received little-to-no conversions, review the framing or the content.

So, these metrics go side-by-side: track both reach and impressions to see how successful your campaign was.