How to Check your Member Statistics The statistics icon on your dashboard contains a number of useful marketing stats for you to gauge the success of your member profile. Back to Members How To Guides Share Tweet LinkedIn Pin The statistics icon on your dashboard contains a number of useful marketing stats for you to gauge the success of your member profile. The stats provided fall into the following categories: Search Appearances Represents the number of times your member profile has appeared within the list of results, when someone performs a search on the website. Figures are accurate from 29th September 2020 Profile Views Represents the number of times your member profile has been viewed. Figures are accurate from 17th December 2019 Click – Thrus Represents the number of times a website visitor has followed a link from your member profile to either your own website or one of your social channels. Figures are accurate from 29th September 2020 Case Studies Represents someone viewing one of your case studies. Figures are accurate from 17th December 2019 Event Views Represents someone viewing the details of one of your listed events. Figures are accurate from 17th December 2019 Please note the following information relates to all the stats provided: Date Range If you filter the stats on a date range, you will be able to see how the stats compare to the previous period. A green arrow indicates an increase and a red arrow indicates a decrease. The absence of an arrow indicates no change. Example: filtering on "This Month", will show a comparison with last month. Example: filtering on 15/08/2020 - 24/08/2020, will show a comparison with 05/08/2020 - 14/08/2020 The earliest date that you can use for filtering is 17th December 2019, which was when the new website launched. Legacy Data If you do not set a date range, lifetime data will be retrieved which includes legacy data from the previous website (from the date you first joined ANLP). Please note: the new website collects statistical data more accurately than the previous website - so new and legacy data cannot be usefully compared. Some of these stats have only been collated since September 2020, so the key for now is to become familiar with them and know they exist! As data builds up over the next few months, watch out for additional news items that explain the significance of your stats and how they can be interpreted and even improved.