Quintly Debuts Competitive Feed Analytics

Social analytics provider Quintly announced the release of what it is calling competitive feed analytics, which allows users to compare the rank, reach and back-links of their blogs and websites on Facebook and Twitter to those of their competitors.

QuintlyFeedAnalyticsAddProfile650Social analytics provider Quintly announced the release of what it is calling competitive feed analytics, which allows users to compare the rank, reach and back-links of their blogs and websites on Facebook and Twitter to those of their competitors.

Quintly described its new feature in a blog post:

Nowadays nearly all blogs and websites have integrated social buttons like the Facebook like/share button or the Twitter tweet button. We want to use this information to show you which articles work best and how you can improve them for maximum engagement. As you know from all the other networks within our tool, you will not only be able to track your own blogs and websites, but also compare against competitors. Beside the social interaction numbers we will also give you access to some general Alexa stats. That way you can easily compare the rank, reach and back-links of the different properties.

You can see all the articles, the author and how many Facebook interactions (likes, shares) have been created for a specific story. For the beginning, we only support the analysis of social interactions for Facebook, but we are already working on further integrations for other networks, as well.

Readers: What do you think of Quintly’s competitive feed analytics?

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