21 July 2011
Content partners can now directly access real-time statistics related to their accounts, track site activity, and download reports.
New York, NY - July 20, 2011 - Footage.net, the stock, archival and news footage search engine, has launched a new subscriber analytics site, providing content partners with instant access to key stats on site activity and user interaction with their data and content.
“Our content partners want immediate access to relevant data about their online marketing,” said David Seevers, Footage.net CMO. “Footage.net users are searching for footage, screening clips and sending Zaps in growing numbers, and this new site lets our content partners track what’s happening with their data, clips and ads in real-time.”
Giving subscribers the ability to access and analyze site statistics is a key part of Footage.net’s ongoing effort to help subscribers make optimal use of its stock footage search platform. Content partners can use the subscriber analytics site to monitor overall site traffic, track videos played and review Zaps sent, among other things. They can also download reports. Armed with this data, they can see what’s working best on the site and gain insight into the type of stock footage users want.
Footage.net subscribers can access the site at http://supplier.Footage.net and login with their ID and password.
Footage.net is the world’s premier online footage search engine. Since 1994, Footage.net has been the film & video production industry’s most comprehensive resource for serious stock footage research, providing access to millions of online screening clips and text records. Powered by its new video-friendly architecture and improved search capabilities, Footage.net provides researchers with the tools they need to fully utilize its vast footage database, view images, manage results, communicate with content partners and download over 250,000 world-class stock footage clips from some of the world’s top footage companies.
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