More stats than you can shake a stick at
Metric pulls data live from Google Analytics along with social stats from SharedCount.com (which pulls data directly from 1st party social networks). The result is loads of awesome data, cached locally, illustrated in useful ways.
Team building on fast forward
Metric builds report cards for each author in view, showing their share of activity relative to other active authors. The competition has made our team of 10 authors more active and tightly-knit than ever.
Identify content that stinks
Once your authors get the swing of Metric pay, you can actually start taxing bad content (we call them duds). In our first month with Metric, we had about one dud per day. In the next month, maybe one per week. This month? Not a single dud.
Box score comparing active authors
When viewing any range of posts, all active authors being viewed will be filed into a box score, displaying average comments, social engagements, and views.
Explore all content patterns, not just authors
Along with filtering by author, Metric can target a specific tag, category, or date. And you can order the results chronologically, by comments, or by views.
Consistent reporting makes payroll a breeze
Once you've got Metric running just the way you like it, not only will you be able to pay authors faster than ever before, they can forget keeping track of their own invoices.
And still the ability to manually tip a post
Even with all this delicious automation, sometimes an editor might want to manually slide Hamilton to a diligent author. We've got you covered with the ability to manually assign bonuses when your algorithm just ain't cuttin' it.