The Curations Inbound Syndication dashboard shows how many of your products and brands have associated Curations content. The dashboard helps you understand how well syndicated your social media content is for the different product and brands on your retail site.

Note:  This dashboard is only available for retailers. If you are a brand, you have access to the Outbound Syndication dashboard instead.

Technical details

By default, the dashboard contains data about all the brands and categories on your site. It updates once daily between midnight and 04:00 PST and reflects information about Curations content on your site as of the previous day.

Accessing the dashboard

  1. Log in to workbench.
  2. Go to Reports » Dashboards » Curations to open the Curations dashboards.
  3. Click Inbound Syndication.

Note: The Inbound Syndication dashboard is not currently available for API implementations of Curations.

Using the dashboard

The Inbound Syndication dashboard contains three sections—Coverage, Content by Product, and Content by Brand.

Refer to the following sections for details about each dashboard section.

The Coverage section provides an overall snapshot of your product coverage. It displays information in the following charts and tables:

  • Total Products Viewed—Displays the total number of product pages viewed by shoppers on your site.
  • With content—Displays the percentage of products viewed that have associated Curations content. The chart breaks down the associated Curations content into native and syndicated percentages (native content is collected through your site, while syndicated content is collected through the Bazaarvoice network).
  • Without content—Displays the percentage of products viewed that do not have associated Curations content.

This table provides detailed information about the Curations content associated with products in your catalog. The table includes the following columns:

Tip:  You can sort the table by any column in descending or ascending order.
  • Product Name—The name of a product in your catalog.
  • Brand—The brand the product belongs to.
  • Native Content—The number of Curations posts collected through your site for the product.
  • Syndicated Content—The number of Curations posts collected through the Bazaarvoice network for the product.
  • Total Content—The sum of native and syndicated Curations content available for the product.

This table provides detailed information about the Curations content associated with brands in your catalog. The table includes the following columns:

Tip:  You can sort the table by any column in descending or ascending order by hovering over the right-hand side of a column header and clicking the up or down arrow.
  • Root Category—The top-level category the products in the row belong to.
  • Brand—The brand that the products in the row belong to, based on your catalog.
  • Products—The number of products that belong to the category and brand in the row.
  • Native Content—The number of Curations posts collected through your site for the row's products.
  • Syndicated Content—The number of Curations posts collected through the Bazaarvoice network for the row's products (but limited to the products available in your catalog).
  • Total Content—The sum of native and syndicated Curations content available for the row's products (but limited to products available in your catalog).
  • Coverage—The percentage of a row's products that have Curations content associated with them, whether it be native or syndicated, based on the total number of the row's products in your catalog that have page views.

Filtering dashboard data

The Curations Inbound Syndication dashboard contains data about approved Curations content for all your brands and categories. To limit data included in the dashboard, use the following dashboard filters.

  • Date range—Specify the range of dates you want to include in the dashboard.
  • Site name—Limit which sites are included in the dashboard.
  • Root Category—Limit which top-level categories are included in the dashboard.
  • Sub-Category—Limit which sub-categories are included in the dashboard.
  • Brand—Limit which brands are included in the dashboard.

Downloading the dashboard

To export the dashboard to PDF, click the printer icon in the top-right corner of the dashboard. This will generate and download a PDF of the dashboard dashboard.

You can also export data from specific dashboard elements. If the arrow displays when you hover over an individual dashboard element, you can export the element. Click the arrow and select a format option from the Download As list. Available formats are PDF in either portrait or landscape orientation, Excel XLS, CSV, and raw data (CSV).

You can also use the relevant dashboard icons to save filtered views and schedule emailing of the dashboard.