So today is a big, big day for Union Metrics for Tumblr! We’ve got so much to tell you about. There’s lots more info about each of these below, but we have three pieces of news.
- We’re sending out invitations to our free Union Metrics for Tumblr account.
- We’ve added follower counts and Google Analytics integration to all our paid plans.
- We have a new $25/month analytics subscription plan level.
Free Union Metrics for Tumblr Account
It’s time - we’re opening up our free analytics! We’re sending out invitations to people on the waitlist now, and will continue to do so over the coming days. If you haven’t signed up for the waitlist yet, you can do that here.
With a free Union Metrics for Tumblr account, you’ll get access to ongoing analytics for your blog. These analytics include:
- Post and note volume counts and trends over time
- Follower count tracking
- Top posts and interaction metrics for each post
- Identiﬁcation of engaged followers and amplifiers
- Visualization of how your posts spread through reblogs
- Your blog’s most popular tags and post types
Follower Counts and Google Analytics for Paid Subscribers
We’re rolling out two new features for our paid subscribers today. You can now track follower counts for your blogs. We also now offer integration with Google Analytics, giving you access to your blog’s web visit metrics alongside the engagement performance of your content. Both of these are available for blogs you have the appropriate login credentials for. These features are now standard with all paid Union Metrics for Tumblr plans.
New $25 Union Metrics for Tumblr Plan
Finally, we’re adding a new Union Metrics for Tumblr subscription tier to meet the needs of professional bloggers and small business users. Our new lower-cost plan - our Mini plan - includes the ability to analyze up to three of your Tumblr blogs for just $25 per month. The Mini plan includes all the features of a free plan, plus Google Analytics integration, archival and date filtering, and full data export. You can sign up here.
Have questions about any of this or how it’ll impact you? Just let us know!