Your Linkdeli Stats page provides a full in-depth view of your affiliate product lists performance. Linkdeli tracks each of your affiliate lists and produces graphs, charts and lists that help you analyse your statictics, optimize your affiliate strategy and generate more profit for you.
You can access your statistics from your Linkdeli dashboard on the Stats page:
Stats page includes an overview of your:
peak hours: it shows what time of day your links get the most leads in a given period. You can use this information to decide when you post your blog posts/videos and when to send out your newsletter to your email list for best performance.
list perforance: These graphs represent how your blog posts or your videos perform, what kind of posts or videos your users prefer and how frequently should you post to keep the clicks to a maximum constant (see below as well).
In these graphs the clicks are displayed per list and per day.
The lists that will show up in the graph are those created within the time range you select.
Using this information, you can optimize your clicks by keeping the peaks close. Since each post/video has a peak in its performance and then drops, you can decide when it is time to post another. This is when the line representing the clicks of your previous post starts to descend.
Your Stats page also includes:
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Leads are real-human clicks to your links. Everything else (bots, google etc) are filtered out constantly.
YouTube clicks are coming from the YouTube code, regardless of where you use that code. Some users may pick the links that are in the youtube part of the code dialog and use them freely around e.g. their social channels. This will still show up as youtube.
The clicks from the email code are the clicks that are only visible when you use the "email integration" code. This means that if you have used links from the YouTube section for the blogpost, there will be some youtube links being clicked and counted towards the youtube totals. There is a dedicated blog links code that will count the blog's clicks accurately.
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