Google Data Studio recently introduced a new function called CURRENT_DATE in September of 2020. Read this post for the cool calculated field formula that makes it easy to compute the age of a blog post.
Setting up your first Wild Apricot Reports Manager report is easy. Follow along in our easy step by step video walkthrough. This is a follow up to the PersoniFest: A Virtual Experience presentation “Making Better Decisions with Real-Time Analytics.”
Wild Apricot Reports Manager v2 BETA is open! Give the new Wild Apricot reporting connector a try for free.
Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager are very powerful tools to measure traffic, conversions and track specific visitor and member actions (aka ‘events’) on your Wild Apricot website. It may seem daunting, but it is not with our cheat sheet!
In this article we will describe how easy it is to setup an event that tracks all file downloads from a Wild Apricot website, with Google Tag Manager. Google Tag Manager enables a website administrator to setup ‘tags’ which enable tracking of just about any event on a website including clicking on a file download, or clicking a Pay Online button on an event registration.
7 lessons learned on building and deploying a Google Data Studio data connector for Wild Apricot. Community (and partner) connectors are very powerful as they let you visualize and share data from any REST API enabled app including thousands of SaaS applications available today.
This article was originally published on the ChiefMartec blog. Alex Sirota from NewPath Consulting wrote the article as an entry into The Hackies essay contest for the … Read More
Just like on Netflix, only a small percentage of your blog’s content will generate the most views. Here is how you can identify that content by turning Google Analytics data into an automatically updated Google spreadsheet report.
Small business owners know they should create content, but often produce that content willy-nilly, with no plan in mind. They suspect there is some science … Read More
For small and medium business (SMB) owners, the benefits of moving to the cloud include the ability to outsource the bookkeeping and accounting functions instead of hiring an in-house bookkeeper /accountant.