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4 Tools to Track Flickr

4 Tools to Track Flickr

I have previously looked into ways to track Youtube – today I decided to share some cool tools that allow to track Flickr in a number of ways:

1. Track Flickr by a Keyword:

Trackle, a handy tool reviewed by me previously, that allows to monitor Flickr site by any keyword. Just set up an alert and get email notifications:

Trackle Flickr

2. Track Any User:

Continue Reading Below is a fun free tool that lets you subscribe to any Flickr user updates by email. Whenever the user adds or deletes photos, you’ll get an email notification like this one:

3. Track Flickr Groups:

Continue Reading Below

Group Trackr lists some pretty cool statistics on any Flick group. It requires no registration; each group tracking start when someone requests it from the tool – after that the stats will be public. For any group URL you submit you will see:

  • Recent photo tags;
  • Group activity;
  • Similar groups;
  • Group growth graph:

Flickr Group Trackr graph

4. Track Your Own Account Views:

Flickr does offer an enhanced stats reporting but only under paid account. If you prefer to keep using Flickr for free, try LinuxInside – the stats are somewhat basic but at least you will see the trend. First you will have to allow its access to your Flickr account:


After that you will be able to see your images stats trend:

linuxinside flickr


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Ann Smarty

Brand amd Community Manager at Internet Marketing Ninjas

Ann Smarty is the blogger and community manager at Internet Marketing Ninjas. Ann's expertise in blogging and tools serve as ... [Read full bio]

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