Few can argue that technology hasn't majorly changed the public relations game. Mass emailing a generic press release rarely snags any valuable media coverage. On the flipside, super-tailored story pitches certainly go a long way—but they're also time intensive and still not a guarantee. With journalists being constantly inundated with pitches, sometimes even the best ones go unread.
I've grouped my site's content using GA's content grouping feature. Now I want to supply JUST that content groups performance data to a third party using an API. How do I only pass that content group's performance data without giving them access to ALL of my site's GA analytics data?
HELP. Content performance data from 3rd party sites.
I own a platform that allows my clients to opt in to content creation and publication on either the sites that I own or sites that I partner with. I push content performance data to them from via GA for the content that is published on my sites because I own the sites. But the trouble is I want to supply that same content performance info from content that is published on 3rd party sites. (Sites I don't have GA access to)
Is there a way in GA to easily group the content that is published by my company on to the 3rd party site, and then have that 3rd party site only share that grouped content performance data with me so I can supply it to my platform for my clients?
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Systems Architect, 2011 - present
Development, tool building
Tech addict. I love ketchup, but hate tomatoes.
I love anything tech. Started my own social resume site called Completed.com. Check out my profile here. Some people think I'm funny. I think I'm hilarious. I go crazy for new widgets, plugins, gadgets, tools, or anything that was innovated to make somebodies life easier or more informed. You know what they say, the best way to predict the future is to invent it.
Time's 2006 person of the year. I know magic. POOF!