Every Monday morning ContentKing sends you an email report with a quick overview of the most important changes on your websites.
Metrics in the Weekly Report explained
The ContentKing Weekly Report looks like this:
There are four metrics (columns) in the report:
Scope column shows the scope to which the data in the row applies. The scope can be the whole website or a specific segment that you create in ContentKing (more about Segments here).
Health column shows the development of the Health score for the past week.
The number on the left side of the column represents the current value of the Health score. The number on the right side of the column shows how the Health score changed compared to last week’s report.
Pages column shows all page changes that were detected during the past week.
The number on the left side of the column shows the total number of Pages in the given scope. The chart on the right side shows the page changes that were detected in the scope during the past week.
The colors in the chart represent the different types of changes same as on the dashboard:
Other change types
Issues column shows the development of the Issues for the past week.
The number on the left side of the column shows how many issues are currently open in the given scope. The chart on the right shows a comparison of the issues that were opened (red) and the issues that were resolved (green) during the past week.
Customizing the Weekly Reports
You can tailor the content of the ContentKing Weekly Report to your specific needs. You can configure: the websites that will be included in the report the scopes that will be included in the report for each website
Selecting the websites to be included in the Weekly Report
If you’re monitoring multiple websites in your ContentKing account, you can select which websites will be included in the Weekly Report by following these steps:
Selecting the scopes to be included in the Weekly Report
You can also configure which scopes will be included in the Weekly Report for each website. To configure the scopes, follow these steps:
The scopes are matched across all websites in your account, so if you unselect a scope on one website, the scope will get automatically unselected on the rest of the websites as well and will not be part of the Weekly Report for any website.
If you need a hand configuring the Weekly Report, don’t hesitate to contact us and we will be happy to help!