10 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do with Rival IQ: A Training Webinar

Training Webinar

In this training webinar, Halina walks through how you can use Rival IQ to save time and identify actionable insights that lead to content improvements and increased social engagement, and prove your social media ROI.

You might be surprised by the things you can do with Rival IQ, which is why Halina put together her top favorite ways to get more actionable insights.

By watching this training, you’ll learn how to:

Use competitive data to:

  1. Audit competitive communication
  2. Use SEO reports to identify trending topics and content ideas
  3. Take a deep dive into one of your competitor’s data
  4. Do a head-to-head comparison against your top competitor
  5. Identify hashtag campaigns

Dive into your Facebook Insights to: 

6. Separate and sort your posts by metrics
7. Analyze and compare paid versus organic engagement

Get more from reporting by:

8. Automatically delivering your Rival IQ reports to a Slack channel
9. Automating a visual report of top performing content
10. Scheduling a Discover report to follow hashtags or influencers
11. Exporting daily CSVs to use in a data visualization tool or Google Data Studio

Look for this button in Explore.

In this training, Halina uses a landscape from Rival IQ Explore—a free tool that allows you to benchmark against top brands in 18 industries. As she mentions, you can easily copy the landscapes into your account by clicking the trial button (see below). These landscapes won’t count against your plan, so go ahead and copy as many as you want!

This tutorial is part of our ongoing training program. Learn more things you can do with Rival IQ by checking out past recordings as well as upcoming training sessions in the Rival IQ Help Center.

If you have more questions, email or tweet us!

Cassandra Schwartz

Cassandra leads our product marketing, focusing on product, brand, and communications needs. Cassandra has worked in marketing and communications for nearly a decade helping businesses like Microsoft including Xbox and The Garage, Pike13, and many others connect with their audiences. Outside of work, Cassandra keeps extraordinarily active. An avid community builder, she leads the Seattle Lean In Circle, and co-founded SheHasDrive, as well as a peer-mentoring program based in Seattle. Since moving to Seattle from Kansas, Cassandra has adopted an outdoors lifestyle that includes hiking, skiing, and kayaking. Follow her on Twitter or Facebook.

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