Impressions: This is a straight count of views on the Title Details page, and should provide a useful indicator of interest in the title. Impressions count anytime someone views the Title Details page, whether or not they are logged in (with the exception of the publisher--if a publisher is logged in and views the page, we do not count that view towards the overall Impression count).
Clicked to Read: The total number of times approved NetGalley members have clicked on the Download or Send to Kindle buttons. Remember, readers can click these buttons multiple times. You can see if a particular member has clicked-to-read your content, and which reading option they've selected, from the Manage Requests page. See here for full details.
Feedback: Includes all types of feedback a member can leave (opinions and reviews)
Reviews: The total number of text reviews submitted. To see all of the reviews, click "Reviews" just below the blue bar.
Social Views: Indicates the number of times a member shares their review via social media, and how many of their followers clicked to read the review. NetGalley members can easily share a link to their review on NetGalley via Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads and LinkedIn at the same time that they submit their feedback to the publisher. When shared, audiences will see a special landing page with the book cover, description, the text of the NetGalley member’s review, and links to purchase or pre-order the title.
Additional information on the Activity page:
Activity: How many NetGalley members have access to this book, are wishing for the title, are waiting for a reply to their request, or whose requests were declined.
Reason for Request: Members can indicate what appeals to them most about the book. Choices include:
- I keep hearing about this title
Recommends: Star Ratings (and average star rating)
Cover Rating: Cover likes and dislikes
Opinions: Answers to Yes/No questions, summarized and filtered by member type. Here's a list of the questions they are asked.
Will Not Give Feedback: Members can indicate one of several reasons why they did not provide feedback for a book.