New From Visually: Turn Your Google Analytics Data As An Infographic

Wouldn’t it be great to get weekly website performance updates as a simple, easy-to-read graphic? Now you can go beyond the Google Analytics dashboard with a new creative  – and free – tool by Visual.ly.

The New Google Analytics Report tool automatically delivers an infographic depicting your favorite metrics right to your desktop. Below is a sample of a full infographic that is generated.

Visual.ly Google Analytics Inforgraphic Sample

To be clear, this report isn’t meant to replace regular analytics dashboards, nor does it report beyond page views, visitors, time on site, organic traffic and social traffic. You also may be tracking your social traffic using campaign tagging, in which it would not appear as social referral traffic in this report. However, it does provide an appealing representation of website activity on a weekly basis, without needing to log into Google Analytics.

How would you use a report like this? Share your ideas in the comment below.

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About The Author: Monica Wright serves as Director of Audience Engagement for SearchEngineLand.com and MarketingLand.com, two of the leading trade publications for the digital marketing industry. With over 15 years of experience in online publishing, content marketing and audience development for media companies, she is focused on content consumption and measuring user engagement on both sites across multiple platforms including desktop, mobile, social and email. In addition, she serves as a program coordinator for the SMX conference series, produced by parent company Third Door Media, publisher of Marketing Land and Search Engine Land. You can find Monica on Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+.

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  • http://www.pattonwebz.com/ William Patton

    Yeah I had a little run of this either yesterday or the day before. Very nice to share with my visitors because it’s presented well and super easy to read and the folks on one of my FB pages were loving getting insight into more of the inner working of the site – rather than just looking at the pics I share on FB :p Gonna be sharing one of these reports a week with my FB fans :)

  • meri8bot

    Awesome tool. Nice one. Thanks for sharing.

  • http://www.buddinggeek.com/ Abhishek

    Impressive! But the infographic lacks significant amount of other useful data :/

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