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How are Scores Calculated on the Leaderboard?
How are Scores Calculated on the Leaderboard?

Learn how scores are calculated based on the activity of your team.

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Written by Ethan Dayton
Updated over a week ago

The Leaderboard shows a list of your team members with statistics on how well they are engaging their audience through Clearview Social.  Our software tracks the number of times a team member shares a piece of content, how wisely they share it, and the number of times that share is clicked on through social media.

The Leaderboard Score

A share and a click will each add up accordingly to the amount of shares a user has and how many clicks they receive. Social score has a more advanced formula. You can learn more about this here.

Sharing to Multiple Networks

When a team member shares to multiple networks (e.g. one article is shared to both LinkedIn and Twitter), we count that as two unique shares.  The clicks for that article, however, are aggregated across shares.

Viewing Groups

If you want to see the Leaderboard stats for a specific group, you can do so by selecting a group from the dropdown box at the top of the Leaderboard page:

You can filter through a specific amount of time to fit your needs and even set up a filter for specific people or organizations.  

Further Reading

You can learn more about exporting your team's stats at Checking Results & Exporting Data.

We have prepared a video on this topic, for your consideration:

Any Further Questions?

If there is anything else we can assist you with, you can contact Clearview Social Support either by emailing or through the Intercom chat button in the bottom right of the site.

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