Sales Analytics is our amazing tool which allows you to keep track of your sales data. When you are logged in on Iconfinder, you can find the Sales Analytics tool on the drop-down menu of your account.
How to use Sales Analytics
There are 3 ways of visualising your data:
Get a quick overview of all your icon sets. You can see how much you have earned in the given period in total as well as for individual icon and icon set sales. You will also see the average earning per icon sale.
The columns include the Icon Set and the Family to which it belongs, the date when it was added and the total number of icons it contains, the number of icons sold for each icon set and, finally, the earnings. You can filter your data anytime by any column. It’s easy to go one step deeper – just click an icon set name to go to the Icon Set page
Icon Set page
On this page you will get a similar summary as on the overview page. You will also find specific sales data for each icon in the icon set along with the tags for each icon.
Rank: it indicates how well the icon is doing in the search results, meaning how easy it is for users to find your icon with keywords. The rank varies from 0 to 100. Higher scores are better, lower scores are worse. Tags: if an icon is low on sales, you can perhaps come up with a few more relevant tags. If an icon has been spammed with tags, meaning it has too many tags, then this can affect the rank score negatively. (Hint: The ideal number is between 4 and 7 tags per icon)
From the Overview page, you can click on any of your icon families to go to the Family Page.
This page is similar to the other two, but shows the sales for the icon family along with the icon sets in it.
Play with the data
Update the date range. You can choose which date range you want to see your data for, using the button in the upper-left corner. You can see all sales from the day you have joined Iconfinder.
Filtering by columns. You can filter your data by the column you want, depending on what you want to see and the table will rearrange. To do this, just click on the column header once or twice, for ascendant or descendant order. Enjoy!