With the Newswire reporting, you are able to export usage figures for individual customers. You can use reports to tell you:

  1.  How many of your stories did a customer use;
  2. How these stories performed on social;
  3. Which of your topics performed the best;
  4. The top stories your customer has published that week, including usage and engagement figures.
  5. Identify non-customers that used your stories. 

Using the reporting function, you're able to generate dynamic reports at any time. Current time limit is maximum two weeks. Contact us if you need reports for longer periods of time.  

How to do it

Click on the "Reporting" button at the top right of your screen:

In this example we'll use BBC News as the example customer.

1. Select "Specific Customers" and type "BBC News" in the first step:

2. Select your topic

In the second step, you can pick the topics you are interested in. In case you want to include all usage by this customer, leave the "SELECT/DESELECT ALL" option ticked:

3. Syndication

Here you can include or exclude syndicated content. If you don't syndicate content, keep the default selection that includes all stories.

4. Matching

Text Similarity refers to the extent your text was edited in the published article. Strict text similarity will only show you articles that used your text verbatim. 

Content usage refers to the amount of your text the customer used. If you set it to Off or Low, you'll get all the matches we've found, even if they only include one quote.

5. Time range

Choose the start and end dates for your report. Current maximum is two weeks. Contact us if you'd like to get a report that covers a longer time range.

6. Export report 

Check the report summary and click "Export report".

Note: Please allow a minute for the report to load in a new tab. 

Voila! Your report is now ready.

For any further assistance with reporting or the data within the reports, please contact us directly using the chat feature in the bottom right hand corner.

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