LinkedIn is one of the digital spaces for communication among labor networks. Therefore, those who are fully dedicated to exploiting the possibilities of having a presence in that network may be interested in this new tool.
This is Inlytics, a complete web panel of analytics for LinkedIn, which among its plans offers a free alternative.
LinkedIn statistics in a unified panel
The design of this tool, according to its creators, was inspired by the needs of organizations, influencers, and common LinkedIn users.
Through their survey, they detected that the statistics provided by LinkedIn do not meet the needs of more complex strategies, do not allow analyzing more than one account at a time, and do not allow comparing them with other references in their respective fields.
Similarly, the absence of a historical statistics archive and the lack of an option for exporting reports of this data is also noted as weaknesses.
Inlytics meets these needs, which are aimed at specific niches: recruiters seeking greater visibility on LinkedIn to attract potential candidates, individuals seeking greater influence on this network, businesses, and organizations that require the use of more than one account, or agencies dedicated to more specific strategies.
This dashboard unifies the statistics that LinkedIn provides in a dispersed manner throughout its platform, reducing the time it takes to perform the tasks related to collecting and analyzing this data.
The reports issued by Inlytics help evaluate profile metrics through data that provides a better-explained context, which contributes to improving the performance of shared content.
Although other tools also offer a solution for this type of work, Inlytics says that it is the only alternative in the sector that offers a permanently free plan, limiting access to some advanced analytics functions and reducing the number of publications that can be programmed to three. Despite this, the tools provided are sufficient to start analyzing content on this platform without an initial budget.
For individual users who need more detailed statistics, companies, organizations, or recruiters who need to control more than one account in addition to detailed information, several payment plans are available.
To start using Inlytics you need, in addition to registering on its platform, to have its Chrome extension installed in the browser, which is responsible for keeping the LinkedIn accounts connected to the platform and thus, proceed effectively with its analysis.
If you want to try how this tool works or learn more information, you can find it on the Inlytics website.