We do not have enough information to provide a traffic estimate. When Quantified, this report will provide detailed, accurate audience information.
|Data||Last Update||Next Update|
|Daily Traffic||May 22, 2013||May 23, 2013 by 9AM PDT|
|Non-Quantified Traffic||May 2013||Jun 2013|
|Quantified Demographics||May 17, 2013||May 29, 2013 by 9AM PDT|
|Non-Quantified Demographics||Feb 2013||Delayed - May 2013|
|Geographics||May 2013||Jun 2013|
|Business||May 2013||Jun 2013|
|Lifestyle||May 2013||Jun 2013|
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Getting Quantified means you get free, directly measured and reliable audience and traffic data for the web properties you manage. Non-Quantified sites are still listed, but the data shown is estimated.
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These percentages usually sum greater than 100% due to overlap in site and syndicated audiences.
This compares audience composition of the site to the entire Internet population. The higher the index number, the more concentrated a site is in a particular demographic.
2. Segments are represented with icons. Segments include gender, age, household income, and education.
3. Very High Indexes (over 200) are denoted with a plus symbol.
4. Internet Average is represented by the dotted vertical line.
1. Segment refers to the demographic composition attribute.
2. Very High Indexes (over 200) are denoted with a plus symbol.
3. Internet Average is represented by the dotted vertical line.
4. Expand the data to see the numbers which make up the index calculation.
The expanded view shows the percentage composition, the Internet average and the multiple.
1. A Colored Bar indicates that a segment exceeds the Internet average, whereas a gray bar indicates the segment is below the Internet average. Internet average is represented by the dotted vertical line.
2. A Multiple is the percentage of the segment on this site divided by the average of the same segment on the entire Internet.
80% female segment on site ÷ 32% female internet average = 2.5x
This chart breaks down the site's audience for a demographic. All the segments collectively equal 100%.
1. The Top-Indexing Segment is shown in color.
This graph examines user retention patterns for a mobile app, which tells the story of how much of app's user base continues to use the app after installation over time.
1. The x-axis is comprised of cohorts based on when users installed the app. For example, if we look at the column "+3 Days", this means that regardless of whether users installed the app a week ago or a month ago, what ratio of these users have returned within three days after installation.
2. The gray bars indicate the average retention rate across all days the app was downloaded.
3. The yellow line represents the average retention rate by period of all apps measured by Quantcast.
4. Install grouping details can be found by clicking on the down arrow.
In the expanded view, each row shows the retention patterns based on a point in time. Click on each row to compare that cohort against the average of all users installing the app.
1. The average day row shows the general retention rate for the entire app.
2. The highlighted row shows the retention rate compared against the average. In this example, 29% of users who installed the app one month ago returned at some point within two days, compared to the average of 35%.
3. The Add Date button allows you to add custom dates to determine retention patterns.
4. The Close button collapses the details and returns you to the default view.
This chart shows the number of return visits for unique users over the last 30 days.
1. Toggle between visit patterns of Logged In and Non Logged In users. In order to enable the toggle, the publisher must designate that the app has a logged in user base. The Logged In number represents the visit frequency of users that have logged in order to use this app.
3. For example, over the last 30 days, 3,644 unique users visited 4-7 times.
If you have multiple Websites or Mobile Apps, you can create a network to aggregate all of your data under a single property. This name will be publically viewable.