Yes, yes, we already give you Advanced analytics for Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Pinterest and we are super excited to roll out YOUTUBE ANALYTICS 🙌
Scheduled report exports?
Yes, yes, yes and yes!
So here’s everything you need to know about YouTube Analytics 👇
Table of Contents
YouTube Analytics Overview
You can get all the basic info in a glance with this overview.
- Number of comments
- Total views
Now let’s dive deeper with Advanced analytics 🌊
YouTube Advanced Analytics
Here’s what you can track
Summary Analysis is an overview of key metrics
Comments: The number of comments on your videos
Likes: The number of times that users indicated that they liked a video by giving it a positive rating.
Dislikes: The number of times that users indicated that they disliked a video by giving it a negative rating.
Shares: The number of times that users shared a video through the Share button.
Like Vs. Dislike
Subscriber Gained: The number of times that users subscribed to a channel.
Subscriber Lost: The number of times that users unsubscribed from a channel.
Watch time metrics timeline
Estimated Minutes Watched: The number of minutes that users watched videos for the specified channel, content owner, video, or playlist.
Estimated Red Minutes Watched: The number of minutes that YouTube Red members watched a video.
Average View Duration: The average length, in seconds, of video playbacks. In a playlist report, the metric indicates the average length, in seconds, of video playbacks that occurred in the context of a playlist.
Average View Percentage: The average percentage of a video watched during video playback.
Views: The number of times that a video was viewed.
Red Views: The number of times that a video was viewed by YouTube Red members.
Card metrics timeline
Card Impressions: The number of times cards were displayed. When the card panel is opened, a card impression is logged for each of the video’s cards.
Card Clicks: The number of times that cards were clicked.
Card Click Rate: The click-through-rate for cards, which is calculated as the ratio of card clicks to card impressions.
Card Teaser Impressions: The number of times that card teasers were displayed. A video view can generate multiple teaser impressions.
Card Teaser Clicks: The number of clicks on card teasers. Card icon clicks are attributed to the last teaser displayed to the user.
Card Teaser Click Rate: The click-through-rate for card teasers, which is calculated as the ratio of clicks on card teasers to the total number of card teaser impressions.
Annotation metrics timeline
Annotation Impressions: The total number of annotation impressions.
Annotation Clickable Impressions: The number of annotations that appeared and could be clicked.
Annotation Clicks: The number of clicked annotations.
Annotation Click Through Rate: The ratio of annotations that viewers clicked to the total number of clickable annotation impressions.
Annotation Closable Impressions: The number of annotations that appeared and could be closed.
Annotation Closes: The number of closed annotations.
Annotation Close Rate: The ratio of annotations that viewers closed to the total number of annotation impressions.
Video metrics summary
Quick summary of key metrics for videos published in the given time period.
Engagement received on the videos.
A detailed breakdown of watch time metrics.
A detailed breakdown of engagement received on YouTube Cards.
A detailed breakdown of engagement received on the Annotations.
Download your reports 📊
Crowdfire Advanced Analytics is available for Plus, Premium and VIP users.
Final Thoughts 😎
It’s not about the number game, it’s about understanding those numbers and improving along the way! We’re determined to help you with your reporting process so that you can focus on what matters the most, your strategies.
Tell us more about the numbers you like to track or ask us anything about this feature in the comment section 🙌