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Get Google Analytics data to Funnel and share the data into Google Sheets in 4 simple steps
- Create an account1 min
- Connect to Google Analytics3 min
- Funnel downloads your data3 - 10 min
- Share your data2 min
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Funnel uses the Google Analytics API to get the data you need from Google Analytics. But if you are a modern marketer, you likely have many data sources. Advertising platforms, social media and your website all generate massive amounts of data. Use Funnel to bring all that data together in one place, automatically.
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Google Analytics is a free web analytics service offered by Google that tracks and reports website traffic. It provides detailed information about a website's audience, including demographics, behaviors, and conversions, as well as insights into how users interact with a website, such as which pages are viewed, how long visitors stay on a site, and what actions they take. Google Analytics 4 (GA4) is the latest version of Google Analytics, which replaces the previous Universal Analytics. GA4 is designed to be more user-friendly, with an emphasis on machine learning and artificial intelligence. It offers a more intuitive interface, improved data collection, and enhanced measurement capabilities, including automatic event tracking and cross-device measurement. GA4 is also better suited for the data privacy requirements of the modern web, with advanced controls for data sharing and a commitment to data protection. The transition to GA4 is currently underway, and it will eventually become the default version of Google Analytics once Universal Analytics is sunsetted in 2023.
Performance marketers and other marketing professional use Google Analytics to track and analyze their website traffic. They also use GA data to better understand their target audience and their behavior, measure the success of their marketing campaigns, and optimize their website and marketing efforts to achieve their goals. While using the Google Analytics web interface can be a good way to work with the data, a large part of the data is ook available through the Google Analytics API.
For more information about how you can use Funnel for Google Analytics, take a look at the connector page.
Google Sheets is a free tool developed by Google. It allows users to create and edit spreadsheets online, store them in the cloud, and collaborate with others in real-time. Google Sheets offers a wide range of features, including various formatting options, formulas, charts, and graphs, which make it easy to analyze and organize data. Users can also import data to Google Sheets or export data in various file formats, including Microsoft Excel and csv. Our Google Sheets integrations works two ways, meaning you can use Funnel to populate a Google Sheet, and at the same time you can get data from a Google Sheet into Funnel. And then into any data destination you want.
Many marketing professionals use Google Sheets to document their marketing budget, set marketing goals, and collect data. Google Sheets is an easy-to-use platform for marketers to manage their data and collaborate with team members. Marketers can use Google Sheets to track their expenses, analyze their campaign performance, and create reports to share with their stakeholders. Additionally, they can use Google Sheets to collect and organize customer data, conduct market research, and plan their marketing strategies. With its user-friendly interface and accessibility, Google Sheets is a valuable tool for marketers to streamline their marketing operations.
For more information about how you can use Funnel for Google Sheets, take a look at the destination page.
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