Integrate AppsFlyer with YouTube
AppsFlyer provides users with centralized and accurate ROI tracking for each of their marketing campaigns and advertising sources. This includes both traditional advertising sources - like TV and social media - as well as harder-to-measure sources like in-app advertisements. It then sends all of this data to one consolidated dashboard to be viewed and analyzed.
YouTube is the world’s largest video-sharing website. While anyone can upload content to YouTube, businesses can take it to the next level by creating their own channel, where viewers can subscribe to watch videos, view playlists, and participate in discussions.
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AppsFlyer's End Points
AppsFlyer Data Locker
Configure a large, daily export of raw data - including organic installs, impressions, uninstalls and in-app events - which is sent to a dedicated AWS bucket. Then, access that exported data whenever you need to and integrate it with other data sources for an even broader variety of insights and metrics.
AppsFlyer Reports and Exporting
Appsflyer reports fall into four categories: performance, re-targeting, fraud prevention, and raw data reports. You can export any of these reports to get an array of useful data, including the number of installations in a date range, the number of lost leads that were successfully retargeted, and the number of in-app events that occurred in a set period. This allows you to gauge your true ROI as accurately as possible.
YouTube's End Points
You can both create your own YouTube channel and follow other channels from your homepage. Viewing channel information can help you better understand a business’ interests, industry, and social networks.
Explore and analyze the activities that users have taken on a specific channel. These can include things like rating a video, sharing a video, or marking a video as a favorite. Use this information to better understand user interests and the content effectiveness.
Subscribing to a YouTube channel allows you to stay on top of that channel’s new content. Viewing a channel’s subscriptions can also help you better understand key information about your target demographic.
With playlists, you can group similar videos together, giving users straightforward access to content they may be interested in. Monitor popular playlists to better understand audience behavior and interests.
Post, view, and search individual videos based on things like content, titles, and views. Monitor clicks, views, likes, and shares to better understand and target your content.