If you want to know “how much share has been done of your social network post like facebook ,tweeter and others” ? For you there is a amazing way to do this.
The name of this beautiful tool is “Shared Count“. Shared Count is a service that lets users input a URL and check to see how many Links are has been shared .To get these counts, Shared Count retrieves the data from the official ‘Share’ buttons provided by services like Facebook and Twitter.
Honestly there are dozens of tools that will track social shares across your web pages and some of this service are paid service, but shared count is very simple and easy and its totally free and This tool doesn’t require a login, doesn’t have a complex design and also can very rapidly provide you with basic social share information for any url that you enter.
Here is a sample of share count result-
This result can be published by public and if you want to download and save it for your own report you can also do it.
They same procedure for sharing reports applies to saving. The simple procedure is, Just copy the Shared Count url after you have added all the pages you want analytics for. You can save it as text and just copy or you can just drag it to your bookmarks section in the browser and click on it whenever you want to see the shares for the pages you have added.
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