This is a part in a release by Dropit's section for measurement and Continuous Improvement, Mark Red, and their latest project to calculate yor publishing power.
Do you have a creeping feeling that you spent a lot of time to update the site without giving anything back? What gives updates to the Web back in the form of visitors and revenue?
Calculate the "publishing power" of each section of the site by "Pageviews of Section / Work in the Section". Publishing power indicates how much the requests you receive in relation to the time the editors devote to managing content. A high publication power indicates that the section get many visits with little effort.
Of course it is even more interesting to see how much revenue the workload is resulting in. If you use Google Analytics, you can calculate the publishing poser by "$-index for Section / Work for the Section".
If you have a site that is configured to measure income from e-commerce you'll find $-index for the site's sections in the report "Content Drilldown".
Read the entire post at Mark Reds blog
EPiServer CMS integration
This is a very early release, so all there is right now is a property and a report. The property calculates the time you spend editing a single page and the report displays the accumelated time for a section of the web site.
Publishing power Report
The report simply displays the amount of time spent editing a section (current page and all children) of the web site.
The first thing to add is the integration with Google Analytics. We need to display the page views so we can display the Publishing Power values. And as soon as EPiServer CMS 6 is released, we can use the Page objects to store the information. Lots and lots of a more elegant design!
After that, We're not quite sure. Any suggestions?
This is a beta, the entire project is avalible here:
PublishingPower.rar (2.80 mb)