Reviewing your performance on Quora, just like on any platform, is vital for your campaigns. It helps you see the areas where you are doing great, as well as the areas where you need to improve. It also shows you metrics such as traffic and engagement.
Besides, we’re sure that you are eager to know how you are performing yourself after all you’ve learned and done thus far! Because of that, we are going to show you how to measure your performance using Quora’s built-in stats feature.
Measuring Performance Through The “Stats” Section
To access your Quora stats, go to your account dashboard and click on the profile icon. Next, click on the “stats” option from the menu.
This will take you to the “stats” page, where you will find an overview of your performance on the platform. Here you will see a graph that shows you the number of views, upvotes, and shares that you have gotten in all answers first.
You can check stats for individual answers by clicking on the title of a question you have answered, which you can find under “all answers”.
You can see metrics in detail in the graph. For example, if you want to see the views that you are getting on an answer that you selected, you can go to the graph and check the bars that represent views on a single day. This will show you how many views you got that day alone. You can compare this to the number of views that you get in the following days to see how well the answer performed.
You can see individual graphs for “upvotes” and “shares” by clicking on their respective tabs in the graph.
You can click on the filter menu button in the upper-right corner above the graph to select and see stats for other types of content, including questions, shares, space posts, and blog posts. You can also get a complete overview by selecting “all content”.
Recommended Quora Analytics Tools
We are aware that these stats can be a bit limited as they don’t allow you to see the whole picture on your performance. Because of this, we’ve compiled a series of good analytics tools that you can integrate with your Quora account for a more complete performance review.
- Google Analytics
- Sprout Social