Usage data and booster stats

From the Stats page available within your Boostn dashboard, you can check your usage data as well as other stats related to your boosters for each of your projects.

To open this screen:

  • Go to the Projects page
  • Open one of your projects
  • Click on the Stats tab

This way, you'll open specifically a page containing your Project stats. From here, you can then also open the section containing your Booster stats.

Let's take a look at each one of these areas.

Project stats

The Project stats page is designed to give you an overview of how many impressions you're consuming in any given project. And this is useful for billing purposes.

As a matter of fact, the total amount of impressions consumed in all the projects you manage within your Boostn account determines the overall impressions that you need on your plan.

This is how it looks like:

Image representing the Project stats on Boostn

In short, you'll see:

  • The amount of impressions consumed in the current month compared to the total impressions available in your plan
  • A record of your monthly usage over the last 12 months
  • The average monthly usage calculated on the data of the last 12 months

Booster stats

In the Booster stats page, instead, you'll see some key stats about the various boosters you're managing within the project at hand.

To view it, just click on the Booster stats menu at the top right of the previous screen and then choose the specific booster to be checked:

Image representing how to open the Booster stats on Boostn

Once you open the page, you'll see the following information related to your booster:

  • The impressions generated in the current month
  • In the case of a booster that includes a form, the amount of submits recorded in the current month
  • The number of close actions detected in the current month
  • Some charts detailing the history of the above metrics over the previous 12 months

Consider that by close action we mean both clicks on the button to close the booster (if any) and any other action aimed at making the on-site message disappear, such as clicking on its backdrop area.

This is how it looks like:

Image representing the Booster stats on Boostn

If your booster includes a form and you want to see specifically which data has been collected, remember that the page to look at here is specifically the Data section.