Analytics on your dashboard: Get personal with sales data
If you are a curious user (and I do hope you are) and went to your personal dashboard this past week, you probably saw and clicked on the new “Analytics” tab on your dashboard’s menu.
That’s right: our amazing Tech team has developed great Analytics data for you. That’s a lot of superlatives but, believe me, this is worth it!
If you aren’t curious and did not already take a look, let me take you to a tour of this wonderful new part of your dashboard. You’ll see how you can set filters to see data on a customized period, a specific book, author, or genre, how you can see your top retailers, top titles and how you can see the distribution of your sales worldwide:
Not only can you set a specific timeframe for the sales data you’ll see in the Analytics tab but you can also filter by author, genre, etc:
On top of an overview of your earnings and sales units, you’ll get your top 5 for different categories: retailers, titles, authors, genres and – clicking on the “spread-out” arrows – you’ll see the whole category ranking:
Before you can finish by taking a look at your detailed report, check the way your books’ sales spread worldwide and adjust your book promotion accordingly.