Category Archives: AnalyticsEdge

Download 5000 Rows With Google Search Console API

Many webmasters are frustrated by the 999 row limit in the new Google Search Analytics reports. What they may not realize is that you can get almost 5000 rows of data from the Search Console API, and Analytics Edge makes it easy to get that data into Excel. The new Google Search connector from Analytics […]

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Google Analytics assigns (not set) to missing data

Google Analytics recently started reporting (not set) queries in the Google Analytics SEO reports, raising concerns that they have started hiding data. The reality is that they have never reported the full list of queries, and have just now made that fact obvious. If you had been saving your search queries for the past year […]

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Google Analytics Active User Metrics

A new update (v1.24.1) from Analytics Edge to the Free Google Analytics connector and the Google Analytics Pro connector provides full access to the latest new metrics available: Active Users! If you have been loving the Active Users (Beta) report in the Google Analytics web interface, Analytics Edge brings you the same metrics for your Excel […]

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Google Analytics Active User Metrics

A new update (v1.24.1) from Analytics Edge to the Free Google Analytics connector and the Google Analytics Pro connector provides full access to the latest new metrics available: Active Users! If you have been loving the Active Users (Beta) report in the Google Analytics web interface, Analytics Edge brings you the same metrics for your Excel […]

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Google Search Console (a.k.a. Webmaster Tools)

Google Search Console (a.k.a. Webmaster Tools) Google has changed the name of Webmaster Tools to Google Search Console, and Analytics Edge is changing too.   Around Oct. 20th, Google will no longer support the old Webmaster Tools CSV download scripts, which may affect reports you have built using the Analytics Edge connector for Webmaster Tools. A new release […]

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