| 3:35 pm on Apr 22, 2009 (gmt 0)|
Absolutely. I can see some good opportunities here. Anytime you can grab the data and do with it what you want it's a good thing!
| 5:13 pm on Apr 23, 2009 (gmt 0)|
This is really good news for creative people to make the most out of it...
"Finally, you'll want to become a part of the Google Analytics developer community by joining the Google Analytics APIs Group. This user forum is a great way to share ideas and get feedback from other developers."
I must say Google always leads towards excellence...
| 3:50 pm on Apr 24, 2009 (gmt 0)|
i could see this as a good cost efficient solution to integrate an analytics suite with a crm platform. if the birds do fly south in the winter then sales teams will be able to track a website visitor from the point of the keyword query that drove entry, through the sales pipeline, and close.
| 5:52 pm on Apr 24, 2009 (gmt 0)|
|I must say Google always leads towards excellence... |
This is a good move by El Goog, but Omniture's had an API for over 2 years (called Genesis), and already has 200+ 3rd-party applications integrated with it, including CRM, email, affiliate, display, survey, social media and customer review vendors.
Google's anything but a leader in analytics, and IMO is likely to follow Omniture & others by charging for their product heading into 2010.
| 10:16 am on Apr 28, 2009 (gmt 0)|
data hounds rejoice. ^_^
| 4:19 pm on May 26, 2009 (gmt 0)|
Sounds great, but...
Data not live
We've not implemented yet but are planning to offer Piwik to our clients. Open source, plugins, live data... Doesn't appear as polished as G Analytics but looks promising.