Advanced Google Analytics with RJMetrics

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Starting today, RJMetrics clients can access their Google Analytics data via the RJMetrics web-based dashboard.  This powerful system helps reinforce our core goal of creating a robust, affordable business intelligence solution for web-based businesses of all sizes.

Below are some of the key features associated with this new enhancement.

Easy and Secure Setup

RJMetrics uses the highly secure and widely accepted OAuth standard for authenticating your Google Analytics account.  We never require your Google password and all information is sent to and from Google using SSL.

Advanced Data Exploration

Along with basic Google Analytics metrics such as visitors and pageviews, the RJMetrics Chart Wizard allows you to perform advanced segmentations across all metrics and dimensions available in Google Analytics.  This currently includes a universe of 51 metrics and 57 dimensions. 

Dozens of Metrics Are Available

Dozens of Metrics Are Available

Depending on the Google Analytics features your company uses, this can include data on Advertising Campaigns, E-Commerce Tracking, Internal Search, and more.

Automatic Chart and Dashboard Creation

When you first configure Google Analytics, our system will allow you to automatically add pre-populated Google Analytics dashboards to all of your users’ accounts.  When applicable, these dashboards include information on web traffic, advertising campaigns, and goal conversions.

Automatic Chart and Dashboard Creation

Automatic Chart and Dashboard Creation

These few clicks allow you to generate fully-populated dashboards that are rich with data from Google Analytics:

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Composite Chart Compatibility

All charts based on Google Analytics data are fully compatible with our Composite Chart builder, allowing users to build charts that combine traffic information with sales and behavioral data from their backend database.  This makes metrics such as “revenue per unique visitor” or “conversion to first time purchasers” attainable with just a few clicks.

How to Configure

To configure Google Analytics, your RJMetrics account must be an administrator for your business.  Simply log into your RJMetrics Dashboard and choose “Data Sources” from the Settings Page. 

Adding a New Data Source

Adding a New Data Source

From there, you will be able to add a new Google Analytics connection and will be redirected to a Google webpage where you can grant RJMetrics data access.  You’ll then be redirected to RJMetrics, where you can choose which Analytics accounts to add and which dashboards to generate.

One Comment

  1. Posted September 29, 2009 at 4:43 pm | Permalink

    Guy – great job on this! It’s a big step forward for the product and I’m excited we’re now able to take advantage of it!
    -Andrew


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