Have you ever wanted to dive deeper into your engagement and analytics? Well, now, BombBomb Plus and Teams users can, with BombBomb personal insights!
BombBomb personal insights offer access to data comparison for video plays, percentage watched, and face-to-face time for a specific period, as well as data about your most viewed videos, to measure your progress and success.
Watch the video below or keep reading to learn more about where to locate insights in your Plus or Teams account and for some additional information on the data you find!
To access personal insights from your dashboard, click "Insights" from the navigation bar at the top of your screen.
At the top of your screen, you'll see data comparisons for:
Video Plays: Number of videos played in the current date range compared to the previous period.
Percentage Watch: Average percentage of your video being watched in the current date range compared to the previous period.
Face-to-Face Time: The amount of time your recipients watched your videos in the current date range compared to the previous period.
To change the date range for the data you are viewing, click on the box under Current Period at the top right of your screen. Then, select the dates you want to see data for.
In the middle of your screen, you'll see "Most Engaged Videos," which displays the videos that have received the most engagement over your selected period.
To the right of any video on this list, you can click the circle to record a similar video, the three bars to view more in-depth analytics, or the share icon to share your video as usual.
Finally, to see how your video performance compares to other BombBomb users, click the blue "How am I doing?" button at the top right of your screen. From here, you can see user-wide comparisons for your individual performance and video insights for videos recorded and percentage watch.
Tip: If you want to see more success with video, click the blue "Learn More" button on the bottom right of this screen to discover more ways to create videos people want to watch.
For more information about video tracking, check out this article!