Integrate Google Analytics with Zendesk
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.
Zendesk is a CRM platform focused on creating a better, more personalized service experience for your customers by providing targeted support based on their specific needs. Zendesk can also organize valuable customer data - including user information, customer service history, and support tickets - and store that data in one place for you to access at any time.
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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.
Zendesk's End Points
Store data about all of your users - including customers, support agents, and administrators - and track the interactions that they have using Zendesk. Use this data to address common issues and create a better overall user experience.
Sort your customers into organizations either manually or based on their email address. This can help you better understand your customers’ needs and more accurately assign support team members to them.
Create support tickets from a range of sources, including email, social media, and other customers support interactions. Use these tickets to track customer usage trends, which will guide your support system moving forward.
Monitor group composition, group availability, and the kinds of support queries that specific groups are tackling and use that data to increase the efficiency of your support workflow.