Heardable: Measure Your Brand Performance Online

Brand performance is one of the most telling indicators of your potential online market. The problem lies in actually measuring and analyzing the effectiveness of your brand. Heardable is a cool new web service that aims to solve this problem and helps you quantitatively measure brand performance against the competition.

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Your brand performance starts and ends with the Heardable Score. The score is graded from the six qualities of your website – portable, shareable, measurable, actionable, sociable, and searchable.  Heardable assesses each quality based on your website’s structure where you can also get tips to can improve your score. You do not have to register for an account to use the service but signing up will allow you to run a comparative brand analysis for up to five websites and track their online visibility score.

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It also displays several interesting pieces of data such as the top 100 online brands, comprehensive brand directory, competitive analysis, and more. Heardable is currently in private beta so some features are not live yet, but you can already search for the Heardable Score of any website for free.

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Overall, Heardable is a great tool for any webmasters who are looking for ways to further improve their website’s brand. It can help benchmark your online brand’s performance and make sure that you stay ahead of the competition.

Features:

  • Check the brand score of any website.
  • Compare the visibility score of up to 5 websites and monitor them monthly.
  • Learn how to improve your visibility score.
  • View the top 100 most effective brands online.

Check out Heardable @ www.heardable.com

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