A number of people have been searching for a Mac version of the Analytics Edge add-ins, but that does not exist yet. It is possible to run the add-ins on a Mac using products like Parallels, but you will also need a copy of Microsoft Windows and a Windows version of Excel. A native version […]
In preparation for the heavily expected 16 months of search history coming to the Google Search Console API (not quite here yet), the Analytics Edge connector for Google Search has been updated with a new Date Compare feature! Now you can easily compare the search results for the previous period or year-over-year (as soon as […]
“@AnalyticsEdge PS thanks for adding the Query Sheet, #GameChanger!” Released today (2018-01-22): Analytics Edge Basic Add-in v5.2; Analytics Edge Standard Add-in v3.0 With these updates, Analytics Edge gives you even more control and capability to automate your Excel reports. Both add-ins now provide full access to a user-editable query worksheet. While it is hidden by […]
Way back on 2014-04-16, Google Analytics changed the “Time on Site” and “Avg. Time on Site” metrics into “Session Duration” and “Avg. Session Duration“. The old metrics continued to work for over 3 years, but as of July 2017, they stopped working. If your report used the old metrics, you are probably getting errors complaining about “unknown […]
Someday soon we may see more than 90 days worth of data from Goggle Search Console..or so the rumor said a year ago…in the meantime, Analytics Edge makes it easy to save your historical metrics in Microsoft Excel. Before we get into the details, there are a few things you should know about grabbing data from […]
It is a subtle change in the name: Analytics Edge Inc. The Analytics Edge products have filled out over the past 4 years, delivering on the promise of simple Excel report automation with over 15,000 happy users in 120 countries. With the incorporation of my business, I am increasing the investment in my dream: building […]
On July 13, 2017, Google changed the way it collects data for their Search Analytics reports to provide “better accounting for results in lower positions. This change might cause increase in impressions, but also a decrease in average position.” But how did it affect your metrics, and are their other changes hiding behind the confusion?
Just when it looked like the spam referrals in your web site traffic reports was fading away, a new source appears — this time from China: Foxweber (a.k.a. KingDatas, a Beijing Company). Google Analytics has long been a target for referral spam – someone leaving fake referral visits in website traffic reports to entice them […]
Analytics Edge has all the tools you need for Search Engine Optimization reporting! Start with the free Analytics Edge Basic Add-in and included free Google Analytics connector to build your web site traffic reports. With no account or query limits, one click refresh, and excellent support, you can easily build custom reports for each of your […]
Analytics Edge add-ins and connectors make Excel a cost-effective Pay-Per-Click reporting solution that is perfect for owner-run agencies.