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. This does not include publisher impressions (either from your publisher account or another.
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. This includes both opinions and reviews.
Reviews: The total number of text reviews submitted. To see all of the reviews, click "Reviews" tab.
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. Use this to gain early intel about what is drawing members to your title. 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.