To access a click rotators quick view link stats, follow these steps.
If not in the click rotator links manager:
Click on “List Click Rotators” in the “Click Rotators” sub menu.
You can use the search box to locate a specific click rotator or group of click rotators. You can also sort on each column by clicking on the header cell of the column. You can reverse the order by clicking on the header cell a second time.
Once you have located the click rotator you would like to access the quick view stats for, click on the “Links” button for the click rotator. This will bring you to the list click rotator links page in the click rotator links manager.
Now click on the quick view stats button.
If in the click rotator links manager:
If you are already in the click rotator links manager and not currently on the quick view stats page, just click the button named Quick View Stats. This will bring you to the quick view stats page.
Once on the quick view stats page, you will see a table that contains all active links in the rotator and their quick view stats.
When you first visit this page, quick view stats are shown for today for all active links in the rotator.
You can filter the results that are displayed on this page by using the settings in the filters section of the page. Here are the different filters you can apply.
Select the starting date and ending date you would like to display quick stats for. Please note that all click counts shown in the quick stats view table are totals for the clicks received within the date range selected.
If you would like to limit the quick stats displayed to a specific category, enter the category name in this field.
If you would like to limit the quick stats displayed to a specific group, enter the group name in this field.
Once you have entered or selected the data for the filter fields, click the Apply button to refresh the page and display the filtered view selected.
The rotator links list displays the following columns in the quick stats view table. You can sort by any column by clicking on the column header. Clicking the same column header a second time will reverse the order.
The description of the rotator link.
The category you assigned to this link if any.
The group you assigned to this link if any.
Total number of clicks you have set the rotator to send to this link.
Total amount of clicks already sent to this link.
Total clicks remaining to be sent to this link.
Total raw clicks that have been sent to this link.
Total unique clicks that have been sent to this link.
Total duplicate clicks that have been sent to this link.
The date the first click was sent to this link.
The date the last click was sent to this link.
Within the list of links you will see one that is named ~DEFAULT URL~. This is the default URL for the rotator.