Integrate Google AdWords with Codat
About Google AdWords
Google Adwords is an advertising tool that focuses on a cost-per-click model of paying for ads. Adwords tracks data on the performance of ads and ad campaigns, which can provide insights on if the budget for your ads is reflective of the value they bring to your company.
Codat is an API that allows for seamless, straightforward integrations with accountancy and financial software systems. By simplifying the integration process, it allows users to take their mind off of ETL and shift their focus to improving their business and their core offerings.
Popular Use Cases
Bring all your Google AdWords data to Amazon Redshift
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Load your Codat data to Google BigQuery
ETL all your Codat data to Snowflake
Move your Codat data to MySQL
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Google AdWords's End Points
Monitor ads that share a single budget and bid amount, allowing you to efficiently track ad performance, change your bidding strategy, and ensure that an ad group is giving you the right return on your investment.
Organize ad groups into campaigns and set a single budget and bidding frequency. With this, you can better manage the expense of your ads and ensure that you are running the right ads for your purposes.
Codat's End Points
Add company entities and organize them by various properties, including contact details, company name, registration number, etc. Then, retrieve this information as necessary or integrate it with other relevant customer platforms.
Use the bills resource to integrate your billing and organize it based on various properties, including ID, status, issue date, and currency. You can also retrieve all bills for a company as necessary to ensure that your information is always accurate and comprehensive.
Keep a record of the reduction in amount owed to a company resource by a customer. This information may also be linked to an invoice in the underlying accounting platform.
Monitor data on any invoice that was sent to a client. This includes both basic details about the invoice and details about the current status of the invoice i.e. if it was sent, paid, disputed, etc. This data can help you get a clearer view of your expected revenue gains and losses, which can help you to run accurate predictive analyses.
Gather data about payments made on the invoices that you have sent to your clients. Use this data to track how much you are making from specific customers or during specific time periods. This will allow you to hone your marketing efforts and score leads more effectively.