The Mediavine Dashboard got a MAJOR glow up. And it's not just prettier - there's a lot of new data available for you, too. So, let's take a quick tour and hit a few of the highlights.
You can see the initial screenview above where you'll find all your details about earnings and RPM. Navigation is off to the left, and Site Health is over to the right side of the screen so that you can see a nice overview of where the last 3 days are at.
Health Check ❤️
Site Health is everyone's favorite way to Go for Teal. It measures the number of impressions per session, same as before, but wait! There's more!
You can access the health checks in a few ways. You can click on 'Health Check' in that left side rail, or you can click the title of the health check you are hoping to learn more about.
Each Health Check now offers a detailed breakdown of your historical scores:
As well as the top posts and pages that are influencing those scores:
There's even a comparison feature so you can see how you are faring now compared to whatever date range you want to measure against:
If you've been working on Site Health goals this is a fun way to check progress.
Page Level Data 🙌
You might have noticed all the page-level details offered in the breakdown of the Top Posts and Pages for the Site Health Checks.
Mediavine Dashboard 2.0 offers page level metrics that give amazing insight about your content and how well things are monetizing. To access page level data, just navigate back to the 🏠Dashboard and scroll past the earnings and RPM reporting, as well as the breakdown by device.
You'll notice that the Date range stays fixed as you scroll so that you can adjust based on the specifics you are looking at. You can also set a custom date range.
You can learn more about the specifics of page-level data in this article.
Some of my favorite ways to use Page Level Data are:
To sort by RPM and look for missed opportunities in the posts with the lowest, or to look for what sorts of things I got right on the posts with the highest!
To sort by CPM to get a better idea about what sorts of keywords are working well for me as far as advertisers are concerned.
To look at trending PAGES to see if I am missing earnings opportunities (email@example.com can help!)
If you head over to the video tab you will see some features that were requested by you!
You can easily see the length of each video in your library as well as the priority of each video you have set.
If you use the option in the upper righthand corner you can switch views to see all your videos in a list
And you can use the little arrows to sort!
Do you want to sort by which videos are the longest, or see which you have chosen to boost? We've got you covered.
Additional Video Features 🎉
We now offer the option to add Closed Captioning to your videos!
You can learn how to implement Closed Captioning in this help article.
Display by Ad Unit 📊
You'll notice that the pie graphs have been replaced with these slick bar graphs that lay out the details of each ad unit and the percentage of your income that each accounts for:
And if you click on the ad units you get a detailed breakdown.
There's also a table view that lets you use the compare feature. This is a really great way to track changes and measure performance. maybe you implemented a new theme or increased your frequency. These details offer you all the data you need to measure the impact of the changes you make.
RPM and Earnings Data 💵
The reason you log in every day.
These graphs are still side by side so that you can see earnings in relation to RPM. You can also use the comparison feature to see what's changed month over month or year over year.
Country Reporting 🌎
Reporting by country is so helpful if you have an international readership!
You can see earnings by country in this breakdown as well as RPM and CPM by country, as well as fill rate and viewability.
You still have all the same great settings options with Dashboard 2.0, but they are a little bit prettier and easier to navigate.
Looking for something or not sure how a new feature works? As always please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org where we are so happy to help!