Click Stats

The Stats tab ranks your links by which have been clicked the most often, overall. The data is updated hourly and the default view shows the last 30 days, but don’t forget the filter menu can easily show you more or less - or you can select a custom date range. You can also filter by user (choose all users to see whose links are ranking the highest in the organization as a whole), and by label or keyword. 


The Activity Stream


The Activity Stream allows you to view your traffic as it happens with updates every 10 seconds. In real-time, view traffic by:

  • Link or Page clicked on
  • Referrer (where they are clicking your link from)
  • City 
  • Browser type 
  • Device type
  • The long URL associated with your short link


  1. Use this menu to view real-time activity by user.
  2. View link-specific dashboard analytics by clicking on the short URL. 
  3. Browser and IP address for each activity record are displayed here. Need to block an IP address from showing up in your stats? Click the red “no symbol” here. 


The Clickbeat Report


The Clickbeat Report gives you real-time insight into what content is trending - and helps you put your finger on the “pulse” of your clicks as they happen. 


Every account’s Clickbeat will look a little different - it is dependent on the rate at which you post links and the volume of traffic. A few things to note:

  • The Clickbeat “pulses” every 10 seconds - this is when the data is updated
  • Your top 15 links (in terms of click count) will show on the report, ranked by total clicks
  • Links take the form of tiles, which contain the following info: 
    • Clicks in the past hour
    • All time clicks
    • Short URL link (click for dashboard analytics)
    • Traffic source
    • Current Clickbeat ranking (bottom right corner)

The shade of the tile helps illustrate trends! It indicates the velocity at which a link is getting clicks. There are 3 shades of gray - if a tile is darker, it is either gaining popularity at a faster rate than it was, or clicks have dropped off significantly. An arrow next to the ranking in the bottom right corner will indicate whether it is gaining or decreasing in popularity. 


Links that are the lightest shade of gray (seen in the screenshot above) are remaining steady with no significant surges in traffic or sudden drops in click rate. 


The Clickbeat also offers top level analytics, including:

  • The total number of clicks for the hour (toggle to view total clicks by today, this week and this month with the menu above the click count)
  • Graphed comparison of clicks from yesterday to today
  • An mini-version of the Activity Stream for quick reference