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Ben Tossell
Ben Tossell@bentossell ·
Would be good to see more examples of this in action on the landing page :)
Gary Preston
Gary PrestonMaker@garydpreston · Founder
@bentossell good shout. That table graphic is the output you get. You paste in URLs and it produces a simple version of the referral report (but filtered to the URLs you add). Aim is to cut out PR people getting put off from logging into Google and having to learn how to filter to get to the data on their coverage.
Kirk Fletcher
Kirk Fletcher@kirksfletcher · Geek, Multi-language Developer
@garydpreston I would have to second @bentossell suggestion. I think a nice gif/video would be really good to see it in action. having said that this does intruige me as we are about to hit it hard with PR for our new SwiftSocial platform, so this could be handy! :-)
Daleep Chhabria
Daleep Chhabria@daleepc · Founder, Growth Forte
If this cuts through GA to the 'need to know' PR KPIs, it'll save time and can be presented to clients without much explanation. I'll test it by asking one of my clients to connect it up (as I don't have admin rights to his GA). I like the idea.
Melissa Monte
Melissa Monte@melissamonteee · Director of Media & Startup Growth
I'm going to try this out. Doing my own PR for the first time with our current project and definitely learning a lot. While I am pretty familiar with analytics, I'm very interested to see if this makes my life easier.
Arvind Kumar
Arvind Kumar@arvind_kumar6
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