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We have a blog for our organization. How can we measure whether the public is highly engaged or not?

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gorman775
27 March 2020
We have a blog for our organization. How can we measure whether the public is highly engaged or not?

We have a blog for our organization. How can we measure whether the public is highly engaged or not?

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Camille
26 March 2020

Yes. And you may use a tool called Delicious to see if readers have bookmarked your blogs.

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gorman775
26 March 2020

Oh that’s easy to have data.

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Camille
26 March 2020

You have some ways to know it. For example, the number of subscribers, monthly trends.

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