Integrate GetFeedback with AppsFlyer
GetFeedback is an easy-to-use survey software designed to improve response rates and provide businesses with real-time, actionable insights. Surveys are easy to create, branded, and completely customizable, so you can get personalized, effective feedback no matter what.
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.
Popular Use Cases
Bring all your GetFeedback data to Amazon Redshift
Load your GetFeedback data to Google BigQuery
ETL all your GetFeedback data to Snowflake
Move your GetFeedback data to MySQL
Bring all your AppsFlyer data to Amazon Redshift
Load your AppsFlyer data to Google BigQuery
ETL all your AppsFlyer data to Snowflake
Move your AppsFlyer data to MySQL
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GetFeedback's End Points
Track the data associated with your GetFeedback survey responses, including customer answers, the time it took them to respond, and more. Use this analytic data to improve your strategies and connect with your users.
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.