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Tickaroo Live Blog Gets a Makeover!

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With our new Tickaroo Live Blog admin interface design, navigation is even easier! In this post, we'll show you the latest updates to our dashboard and what data you can pull from your liveblog stats. 

The Tickaroo Live Blog Interface with it's new design and structure on an open laptop

"Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works." - Steve Jobs.  
We recently gave our   Tickaroo Live Blog Dashboard a facelift. Many of our features are now even easier to find.

Easily access your liveblogs and   detailed, real-time statistics from the Dashboard. Here you can find monthly reports on your user data like views and retention rates.  

Beneath your monthly comparative data, you have an overview of each month's liveblogs' publication dates, views, retention rates, and online locations. 
 
These statistics can help you learn more about your readers and their behavior. Detailed statistics about the performance of the liveblog with information about the unique users
The Liveblogs tab (next to Dashboard) displays your previously published liveblogs. To see real-time statistics, click on a liveblog of your choice.  
This way you can see when your audience is most active. With this knowledge you can adapt your posts to your readers' behavior to get maximum traffic.  
 
With this update, the   Marketplace is also easier to access.
In the  Marketplace , you can purchase liveblogs from third-party providers such as the  dpa . This guarantees real-time information, even if you are not live on location.

You can access the  Media Center  via the On.Air tab. Each liveblog and its videos are listed chronologically. Reporters and editors especially benefit from this feature when reporting on events on location.

How it works: Protest Example

Since protests often last several hours, the reporters record several clips with their smartphones throughout the day. They share them in the liveblog, communicating with their audiences in real time.
In the evening, an editor downloads the clips, as they were automatically saved to the Tickaroo Media Center. S/he creates a highlight video from these clips, and shares it in the liveblog. This allows readers to quickly catch up on the story, if they were unable to follow it as it was developing.
 
Edit: Due to lack of use, the Media Center feature has been discontinued. Should you or your team be interested in a feature described above, please contact us at support@tickaroo.com and we can see what options we can provide you with. 

Our design may have changed, but our quality services remain the same.
Stability, usability, performance and innovation - that's what Tickaroo stands for.

 

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