Dashboard

What widgets are available in the Marketing Dashboard?

Last updated: February 2, 2017

Available For:

Marketing: Basic, Pro, Enterprise
Sales: N/A

Below is a complete list of all widgets available in the core HubSpot Marketing Dashboard:

  • Marketing Performance: This widget provides a quick glance at your visit, contact, and customer growth over time. Use conversion rates to identify where your biggest bottlenecks are and how they're changing over time.
  • Top Landing Pages: Identify your top-performing landing pages. Use this information to understand trends in what's working and what's not - if you see patterns in the topics, formats, or titles of your best-performing offers, keep those in mind when creating future campaigns.
  • Landing Page Performance: Use this report to view your landing page metrics from 30,000 feet - a quick snapshot of the most important landing page performance data, aggregated in one place.
  • Top Blog Posts: Pinpoint your most popular blog posts over time.
  • Blogging Performance: Get a high-level understanding of your blog's success - posts published, views, and subscribers.
  • Top Emails: Track what's working with this list of emails sorted by click rate. This section does not include automated emails, only standard email campaigns sent via HubSpot. If you are using another email platform, those results will not display here.
  • Email Performance: Know exactly how your emails are doing. Keep an eye on sends, clicks, opens, and click rate to help your emails get ahead. This section does not include automated emails, only standard email campaigns sent via HubSpot. If you are using another email platform, those results will not display here.
  • Contact Performance: Know exactly how many leads, MQLs, customers and contacts have been added in the selected time range. This widget will report against historical data to help you make informed decisions about your marketing efforts.
  • Top Personas: This widget lets you know how your contacts are breaking down, providing a snapshot of which target customers you're reaching best.
  • Notes: Use a notes widget to annotate your dashboard with additional insights, observations, or comments. Use the @mention feature to get other team members involved in the conversation.
  • Social Clicks: This report shows a running total of how many clicks your social messages are getting in the selected time frame. Use this report to measure your progress and compare to previous performance with social clicks.
  • Social Clicks by Channel: This report shows a running total of how many clicks your social messages are getting in the selected time frame, split out by social channel. Use this report to measure your progress and to see which channels are performing best.
  • Social Interactions: This report shows a running total of how many interactions your social messages are getting in the selected time frame. Use this report to measure your progress with social interactions.
  • Social Interactions by Channel: This report shows a running total of how many interactions your social messages are getting in the selected time frame. Use this report to measure your progress and to see which channels are performing best.
For a list of widgets available in the Sales dashboard, see this article. Take a look here for a comprehensive list of all widgets available with the Reporting Add-on.