Integrate Google Analytics with Salesforce
About Google Analytics
Google Analytics provides the tools necessary to extract and track a wide range of informational data acquired from web traffic, including place and time of access, duration of the visit and more. In addition, it can easily be integrated into other Google data services - like Adwords - to further increase the value of those services.
Salesforce is a CRM service that provides access to all sorts of useful data by logging and collecting customer interactions, regardless of where they take place. Whether it’s a phone call, a website transaction, or a post on social media, Salesforce can offer instant customer data, which allows for faster, more informed decisions when running a business.
Popular Use Cases
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Google Analytics's End Points
Manage one or more accounts that contain data from one or several web properties. Since your account ID is tied to your properties, you can easily use this data to track web traffic throughout your company’s web ventures.
Track traffic data for any of the websites or applications tied to your account. Using a property ID, gather data and link it to your account to accurately evaluate the success of these properties.
Define the link between your Adwords ads and an Analytics web property. This will allow you to easily track and evaluate valuable ad data through Google Analytics.
Salesforce's End Points
Track valuable lead information like who your leads are, their contact information, where they were first met and their contact status.
Store a contact’s name, mailing address and email, along with the date they were last contacted and the date they should be contacted again.
Create an account for any business or person that it may be useful to track. hen, use that account number to integrate and track any other important information associated with that account holder.
Create an opportunity when there is a sale - or a potential sale - by one of your accounts. Then, connect them to leads, contacts, and accounts to provide analysis for how profitable certain business ventures and campaigns are.
Track a product’s name, description and category. Then, use a product code to search for the product internally, track its progress, or incorporate new data regarding the product.
Track things like the budgeted cost and the actual cost of a campaign. Then, access fields - like how many leads were converted, new opportunities, expected revenue, etc. - that help you track how effective the campaign was.
Schedule events that are designed to help a business develop customer relationships and keep track of logistical data. You can also track if this event is related to a specific lead, contact, or opportunity.
Create objects specific to your company’s needs that better manage what types of data you collect from your interactions and data sources. You can either create a wholly new custom object in which you define all the parameters, or you can customize a standard object to better fit your needs.