LinkedIn Dashboard

Phil Hughes
Phil Hughes

When managing multiple LinkedIn company pages, it can be tough to keep on top of everything. You need to produce engaging content while also making sure that engagement also increases

Our LinkedIn dashboard widgets help you analyses your performance and helps you to show your customers how you are performing across all campaigns.

Why You Should Use a LinkedIn Dashboard to Track Campaign Progress

Reporting on your LinkedIn campaign performance can be a pain. It is time-consuming and draining to dig through multiple LinkedIn company page analytics and have to update spreadsheets one after the other.

Many people fall into one of two categories. Either they spend way too much time collating data and generating reports. Or they spend very little time creating reports.

The problem with LinkedIn analytics is there is a lot of data. It seems you can track and review a variety of different things. The data overload makes it hard to know what to focus on and if your social media marketing efforts are working well.

Being able to view all this information is great. However, more often than not you may just want to figure out how you’re doing in specific areas. That’s why using Elementary Analytics’ LinkedIn dashboard dashboard can boost the effects of your strategies and help you create relevant reports for your clients on time.

What’s Included In Our LinkedIn Dashboards

We have a number of dashboards that you can use to review your LinkedIn campaigns with. Our LinkedIn analytics view allows you to see multiple LinkedIn company page performance stats on a single screen.

LinkedIn dashboard overview


The LinkedIn follower metric gives you an idea of how your content is performing with regards to reaching new people and capturing their attention.

Follower count can be deemed in many quarters as a vanity metrics. Reviewing follower count alone does not reveal much about the success of your marketing efforts.

What you should focus on is the percentage of followers attracted over a certain period of time and not just your overall follower count.

Calculating follower percentage is quite simple. Check for the number of added followers at the start of a new month and then divided it by the number of followers the account had at the beginning of the previous month.

If you began the month with 2000 followers and at the end of the month, got only 20 new followers that is just a 1% addition, which means you need to improve your marketing strategy.

2. Impressions

LinkedIn’s impressions metric refers to how many unique users have been shown content associated with the company page in a particular time.

By reviewing the impressions you and your customer can understand what sort of online presence your strategy is working on LinkedIn as impressions measures brand awareness on the platform.

It’s important to state that your organic impressions is based on hundreds of factors but has certain major factors used by LinkedIn to determine who sees your content.

These factors are mainly what the organic impressions metric will point you to, as your impressions could reveal poor or quality interactions with the accounts content.

LinkedIn dashboard breakdown

Why Elementary Analytics Is The Best LinkedIn Dashboard.


Tired of switching between LinkedIn company pages and updating spreadsheets to create marketing reports? Reporting no longer needs to be a tedious process.

Create LinkedIn dashboards and then produce reports in just a few minutes. Give clients access to a custom dashboard.


You and your customers want to see their social network growing. Show them the value you bring to the table.

Include detailed graphs in your social media reports that highlight how likes and page follower count has increased over time.


Your client’s followers are saturated with new content in their feed, so it’s crucial to understand what will get their attention.

Gain a deeper understanding of what posts your followers engage with, so you can continue to share more of the content they want to see.

Monitor likes, comments and shares for every post directly in the dashboard.


Create as many staff and client logins as you need. Allow you to share and dashboard that you have created.

Allowing your customers and colleagues to have access to the same information in seconds.


Keep marketing campaigns on track — Grow your business

Elementary Analytics isn’t just for creating widgets — it’s great for reviewing your marketing campaigns. Use the dedicated reports to produce PDF’s to impress customers and senior management.

How it’s better: By combining your website traffic and social media insights in one place, Elementary Analytics lets your entire team focus on their day to day work. One tool to track. One place to check performance. No more constant switching between Google Analytics profiles, Social Media accounts, spreadsheets and documents.