Use the Turtl Doc dashboard to find out more about one of your Docs, such as the number of reads, shares, and sign-ups.
Accessing the Turtl Doc dashboard
Navigate to the main Doc listing page and use the options menu for your Doc to select Analytics.
Use the filters at the top of the page to filter your analytics by;
UTM Tags (if you used them)
Note: If you think your analytics data looks incorrect, remember to check if you have any filters already applied and clear them by clicking on each filter individually.
The overview provides the headline metrics for your Turtl Docs such as reads, readers, shares, and average read time. A line graph of reads and a bar chart of leads over time provides you with a visual aid to see how your Doc is performing. Hover over the graph to view metrics for specific dates. You can learn more about what these metrics mean in our metrics guide here.
Note: users that are logged into Turtl won’t be counted in any of the analytics. If you need to test whether your analytics are pulling through as expected, use an incognito tab in your browser. Please also allow 15 minutes for your dashboards to update with the most recent data.
Also note that if you copy a Doc then the analytics will be reset in the copied version.
Reads by source, device, and location
This section allows you to see how your readers are accessing your Doc for the filter that you applied at the top of the page, for example, you might want to see:
Source: See how people opened your content. Did they open your Doc from a direct link (for example from an email) or did they come from your website or a social network? Using this data can help you decide where to promote your Doc to gain more readers.
Device: See what devices people are using to read your Turtl Doc. This is split between desktop, mobile, and tablet. It can be interesting to use the filters at the top of the page to see if this impacts the device type the readers use. For example, use the Source filter to find out if readers who opened the Doc from your website are mostly using desktop and if readers from a social network are using a mobile?
Location: See where your readers are located physically - perhaps you're targeting a particular market and would like to see if your content is starting to make an impact.
Here you can find out the detail of your chapters. Which are working well, and which might need some improvement. The table provides you with a list of each of the Surf page headings and the following chapter data for each;
Reads: number of times the Surf page was read
Sign-ups: number of sign-ups generated from that chapter (you will only see sign-ups from chapters other than the back page if you gated your content)
Shares: shares generated from that chapter via Immerse widgets or from the top of the Surf page (tip: hover over the shares with your mouse to see where the shares were made)
Avg: Surf Time: on average, how long did the readers spend on the Surf page before taking an action. Tip: these should be as short as possible, showing your headings are easy to read which allows your readers to move quickly through your Surf pages to find a chapter they want to read.
CTR (Click-through rate): the percentage of readers from the Surf page who clicked into the Immerse level. In the example above 13 people saw Surf page 3 and 46% of those clicked through to read the Immerse page beneath for an average time of 4 minutes 17 seconds.
Avg. Immerse Time: On average how long your readers spent within the Immerse section for that chapter.
Use the data in this section to understand how your readers are interacting with the various elements within your content. For example, see how many times an image has been clicked, a URL has been clicked, or a video has been watched.
Polls - hover over the "Results" button to view the results of your poll. You can also see how many people have answered under "clicks" and the number of times the poll was shared on social media under the "shares" column.
Quotes - see how many social shares happened for each quote and hover over the share number to find out which social media sites were used
Links - how many clicks on URL links
Videos - number of views and average view time
Images - number of views and average view time
Tip: make sure you label your Immerse widgets so you can identify them easily within the analytics.
This section allows you to see a list of known readers, how many times they've read the Doc, and for how long. The reader must have completed an action for us to know who they are, for example, they must have completed a lead capture form, received a personalized URL, completed 2 factor authentication to read the Doc, or trackable through a CRM integration. Learn how to get known individualized reader analytics here.
Source: See how the reader became a known reader. There are multiple source possibilities.
Signup: The reader submitted a lead capture form on your Doc
URL: The reader opened the Doc through a personalized URL
Authentication: The reader might logged into your company SSO or has accessed a Doc that is only available to specific email domains. You can learn more about controlling Doc access settings here.
Unknown: If you have added a custom form to your Doc, you need a suitable integration in place in order for Turtl to access this data and report it in the dashboard. To find out more about configuring specific integrations check out our integrations articles here.
Store: This is where your Known reader information is stored. If your CRM is integrated with your Turtl account, you will see your CRM in this column. Otherwise, you will see Turtl as the store. If the store is Internal this means the reader had access to the Doc either through SSO or email authentication (when this occurs the source will show as Authentication).
Reads: See the number of times this reader has read your Doc. A read is classified as any movement past the cover page.
Shares: See the number of times this reader has shared your Doc.
Total Read Time: See how long the reader has read your Doc. This will be the total sum of all the times they read this particular Doc.
Downloading your analytics
There are two reports that you can download from your dashboards using the Download button on the top right of dashboard, an Overview report and a Reads report with more metrics available.