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About the Dashboard
The Raven Dashboard gives you an at-a-glance look at your Internet marketing activity for the campaign you're viewing. You can add, rearrange and delete modules for several tools. All data has a range of the last 30 days. Click Campaign > Dashboard in Raven and you'll be sent to the current campaign's dashboard. By default we'll show you details of your site's performance.
Dashboard module settings are unique to each user.
Get started with Dashboards
Add a new campaign using campaign menu or navigate to a campaign.
Click Campaign > Dashboard if you're not already in the Dashboard.
If this is a new campaign we'll populate data in the Research Central and Site Performance modules to get you started based on the exact URL of your Raven campaign.
Select any additional module you'd like to add and select the Add Module button. Add as many as you'd like.
Configure modules. Some modules will require an action to pull in data the first time such as Site Auditor if your site hasn't been crawled yet, or social modules if you haven't connected an account yet. Just click the Setup button to get started.
Edit and View Modules
Drag and Drop
Drag and drop a module's position by clicking and dragging the top of a module.
You can refresh databy clicking Gear Icon > Refresh to ensure the latest data is populating the module. You can also launch to see the full data or remove a module using the gear icon.
The Research Central and Site Performance modules also allow you to configure which metrics are shown in the dashboard. Click the gear icon to add a metric and hover over a metric and click the Remove link to remove a metric.
Keep in mind, you won't see all possible options from the module menu. For instance if you only have one twitter account in Social > Twitter, you won't see the Twitter: All Accounts module which is a summary of multiple twitter accounts.
Google Analytics Summary
Google Analytics Referrers
Google Analytics Keywords
Google Analytics Goal Specific Module
Google AdWords Summary (Data from Google AdWords API)
Google Analytics: AdWords Summary (AdWords data available form the Google Analytics API)