For many people, Google Analytics is a lifesaver when it comes to measuring their website or app’s performance. For others, it totally would be a lifesaver if they could only understand it clearly.
Sure, these charts and graphs look great, but there are too many of them! What do they all mean?
If you’re part of that second group, HackerMetrics is here for you. The HackerMetrics platform takes your overwhelming piles of Google Analytics data and gives it a makeover, creating gorgeous real-time reports based on your exact needs. It’s like Google Analytics’ publicity agent and personal stylist — and your new best friend.
Everything in your HackerMetrics dashboard is customizable to fit your particular website or app’s data. After you get your beautiful metrics from HackerMetrics, you can save and export them as PDFs, Powerpoints, Keynotes–whatever–and show them off to everyone in a fancy presentation where your whole team will know exactly what they’re looking at.
HackerMetrics sends you helpful daily, weekly or monthly email notifications to keep you up to speed on how your metrics are performing so you aren’t blindsided by some crazy trend when you decide to log in and check on them.
It’s important to note that if you’re unsatisfied with any of the actual reporting aspects of Google Analytics, HackerMetrics will not solve this problem — the platform does not provide any new or original data about your website or app, it simply takes existing data from your Google Analytics account and makes it pretty and presentable. (So, no, you won’t be getting those keyword reports back, sorry.)
Maybe you get frustrated when Google Analytics makes little changes to its dashboard, like changing “Traffic Sources” to “Acquisitions.”
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Even if you’re totally satisfied with Google Analytics, you can use clean, impressive reports from HackerMetrics to make more of an impact when communicating with your team.
HackerMetrics is currently operating in private beta and accepting requests for early access.