Web Manager at Stoneridge Electronics
24 February 2010 09:51am
We have 20 sites across 8 different languages. Each month I need to d/load and report on the basics - total number uniques, total number per country, time on each site etc etc. Am ashamed to admit that I'm currently cutting/pasting the data from analytics into excel. It is taking forever and I need to get this done on the 1st of every month.
Can anyone help me work out how to set up a goal to either show this all on one screen and/or download it into a CSV? I've posted in the analytics help forum and read through a few books but can't seem to find the right answer anywhere.
All help gratefully received, it goes without saying.
Technical Project Manager (MBA, MBCS, CITP, CEng) at Naxtech.com
24 February 2010 10:47am
You can extract a lot of information from Google Analytics but you will actually need to do some programming to extract the data.
You can find all the necessary information at: http://code.google.com/apis/analytics/docs/gdata/gdataDeveloperGuide.html
Does that help at all?
See us at Tech-Legal for Business 2010 : www.TechandLegal.co.uk
Online Marketing Consultant at M Jain Consulting Inc..
02 March 2010 12:20pm
I hope you can get all the dashboard report in pdf format autometically on the scheduled dates for any given websites. that will be preventing you by doing all the manual copy pasting work but you need to compromise on the format with pdf instead of excel / csv.
Instructor at Seattle Central Community College
11 March 2010 01:13am
From any screen at the very top you can select email. That drops down a menu that has "Schedule" as an option. Select "Schedule" and then it will prompt you to select a file type (PDF, csv, etc). Then it will prompt you for an email address. And you're done!
If there isn't one report that does it for you, you can also create custom reports.
You can also find it here: http://www.google.com/support/googleanalytics/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=57163
The fifth annual Online Measurement and Strategy Report, carried out in association with web analytics consultancy Lynchpin, contains a comprehensive analysis of issues affecting the web analytics industry and valuable insights into the use of analytics and business intelligence tools.
This report is aimed at companies and individuals who are thinking of joining Twitter and want to find out more about the social platform, as well as people who are currently using Twitter for business, and want a deeper understanding of best practice.
Free market research on digital marketing
Daily Pulse: award winning newsletter
It takes 30 seconds to register