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Well, it really depends on your needs, DashThis offers everything from the get go, all the features and integrations are included, and you have your own account manager, no matter the plan. You only pay per number of dashboards, but each dashboard can contain as many integrations as you'd like. So you don't have to create a dashboard for facebook, another for twitter and another for LinkedIn for example, you can mix those 3 into one social media dashboard. And as it saves you a lot of time, and looks a lot better than most tools, I really think it isn't that expensive in comparison. :)
looks really good, but also a bit expensive, no? :/
I have tried Geckoboard, Octoboard, Cyfe, and Klipfolio. Octoboard won for me. Using it for over a year now for my own projects and to show data to clients and Octoboard works very well.
Hi there! I'm sorry to tell you that, but you HAVE been missing out on the perfect gem! Don't worry, it's not too late!
All you have to do is go to dashthis.com and create your account (of course, you can try it free first)!
DashThis is perfect if you have to keep track of your PPC, SEO, Social Medias, Marketing, and E-commerce efforts. You can import data from 30+ integrations like Facebook, Adwords, Google Analytics, Twitter, LinkedIn, Ahrefs, SEMrush and even your own CSV files. The best part? You can add as many integrations as you'd like in the same dashboard!
It's also very easy-to-use and the customer service is the best you've ever seen! Obviously I work at DashThis so I am a little biased, but I genuinely think it's the best tool out there, so try it out and let me know what you think! :)
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Woah, Brad. List articles give the impression as if it's another basic bullshit post. But this one was so FULL of insights. I loved the point on urgency and speed - guilty of committing the mistake myself! Even #4 on starting new engagements and #7 on firing clients are bold claims. Also, the conclusion - it's super fun like only 1% of the time, damn. Great article. Thanks for the lessons and the courage to write this post.
Very good list here. I also appreciate the explanations.
I don't think they apply specifically to startups though.
For startups growth metrics are more important IMHO.
Your list of metrics rather applies to all other businesses.
Woo, thanks for this @gabesolberg!
Love it. One thing we recently realized is many such analyses rely on form completions being the end goal - but not on calls.
Given the rise of mobile, calls are becoming the largest part of the lead pie. Maybe another one talking about that :)
Author of the research here - happy to answer any questions. This one was fascinating.
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