See your most important stats at one glance.

A.  Tracked Statistics


  • Post Views - Please note that posts that are only text will have the same number for both views and impressions. Other post types will differ due to the way LinkedIn defines a view for posts with links or videos. Learn more here.


  • Post Impressions - With this metric you can find out how many people have viewed your posts or articles in the selected period. It updates every 30 minutes. 


  • Reactions - The metric "Reactions" indicates how often your posts have been reacted to in your chosen time period. Examples are Likes or Claps. It updates every 30 minutes.


  • Comments - The metric "Comments" indicates how often people have commented on your posts or articles in your selected time period. Please note that deleted comments from a post may affect your data. It updates every 30 minutes.


  • Engagement Rate -The Engagement Rate is an important part when analyzing your content. This metric tells you the percentage of people that have interacted with your post or article.


B.  Timeline All Content



This data is being collected from the time you register for inlytics. Please note that historical data cannot be visualized, so there may be a discrepancy between the visualized data and the data listed above. 

Display a timeline of the selected metric for all content grouped. The percentage comparison is comparing with the same range for the previous period. 



C.  Content Overview


Via the Content Table you can see interactions, likes, comments and the engagement rate on a per-post level. We have made the interpretation even easier by providing a colored visualization. 




  • Picture - Previews the media from your post

  • Type - Type of content

  • Preview - Previews the content's texts

  • Date - Date published

  • Filter by Tags- What is content tags?


D. People Viewing Your Content


It will show metrics of people viewing your content by Company, Position, Region and Country. The displayed statistics will ONLY include data from posts that have been PUBLISHED within the chosen data range. 




E. Comparison Tool

This enables users to compare different labels based off of any one of the metrics.