Data Studio: Synchronisation
and Report Copying Procedure
In this case study, we will go through the synchronisation of your Myposeo data with Data Studio and how to duplicate a report template.
On your Myposeo account
1 – Find your API key
First, you need to get your API key available in your account https://account.myposeo.com/account/configuration/api
2 – Get the ID of the campaign to be Synchronised
Next, you need to get the ID of the campaign you want synced.
IDs are available in the project list for each Myposeo tool.
Please note: if the ID column is not shown, you can do it by clicking here (see below):
3 – Get the ID of the Site you want Analysed
Finally, you need to get the ID of the site to be analysed, available in the list of campaigns.
Google Data Studio
You will then be able to connect to Google Data Studio to add the Myposeo plugin.
Once you have added the Myposeo plugin, you must add the previously retrieved information to your Myposeo account
- Your API key
- ID of your campaign
- ID of the site
As well as the project ‘entity’ upon which you want to recover this data.
“Domain” gives you the global aggregate data on the domain.
“Keywords” allows you to get indicators related to the keywords of your campaigns.
Once the connector is set up, you need to add a data source to the report.
Now you can start editing your report.
Report Copying procedure
1 – Creating your Data Sources
For example: Number of keywords tracked > Type = Number
2 – Make a copy of the report
From the demo report, you can see that will be able to make a copy.
The report templates are available from the following links:
- For daily campaigns
- For weekly campaigns https://datastudio.google.com/u/0/reporting/1wTuqd1Ub5S1f7nr-VAmFoYf3dazeAocF/page/2mtI
- For monthly campaigns https://datastudio.google.com/u/0/reporting/1IPfsEVJagAt0VeEzfVmnBbJCU0htuUao/page/2mtI
3 – Sync the Domain and Keywords Sources and Create the Report
You will then be able to sync the “Domain” and “Keywords” data sources, and finally, click on “Create my report”.