Are you looking for an alternative to use with Supermetrics? If so, here are the best 3 alternatives:
You can get accurate attribution for your marketing efforts and beyond the shorter Facebook & Google Ads attribution window to see what’s actually bringing you results.
It’s common for most advertisers to report over- (usually the case) or under- attribution for their marketing efforts.
Segmetrics integrates with most of the advertising channels and CRMs including Hubspot, Infusionsoft, ActiveCampaign, Klaviyo and more.
For any that they don’t integrate with, you can just use Zapier or the custom API.
They have great customer support and their customers include Dr Axe and Entrepreneur on Fire.
You can read more details in my Segmetrics Review or go straight to Segmetrics.
For those of you looking for alternatives to the Supermetrics for Google Sheets, DashThis has a similar native integration.
With the DashThis Google Sheets native integration, you can add any metrics, from any source, or any custom calculations and proprietary data.
You can use the DashThis integration to create a Google Sheets dashboard and customize it how you prefer, add it to one of your marketing dashboards, or even to a report template. You can add other integration metrics, including from Google Analytics to Facebook Ads or Google Ads.
Visit DashThis for more.
3. Google Data Studio
Google Data Studio is free. You can connect a variety of data sources and create charts and reports.
For very simple reporting, Google Data Studio is fine.
However, once you get into multiple advertising sources, it starts to get complicated.
To compare attributions from your different marketing channels, you need have a sophisticated attribution model that’s based on a multi-channel funnel (MCF) approach.
You’ll need to compare different measurement models and then attribute the right weight or value for each of your advertising channels.
So while Google Data Studio is free, to be able to implement a complicated algorithm or model for marketing attribution, it’s best to use one of the commercial softare.
As a side note, when you compare your attributions in your customer journey map, you need to make sure that you include your offline sources, CRM, etc.
Looking at how complicated your attribution channels are, and how well your customer journey map is mapped out, you can find paid software that makes a more sophisticated analysis on this.
Other: Oribi Analytics
For those that just want a few actionable suggestions to implement every so often without getting lost in the weeds, you might like to consider Oribi Analytics.
It’s designed much more for the layperson.
February 13, 2021
You miss the only free one http://www.dataslayer.ai