Google has released a new set of metrics for its business intelligence (BI) tool that, while still in beta, can help you optimize your sales, marketing, and advertising campaigns.
The new BI data allows you to see how your company is doing in terms of conversions, leads, and engagement.
This can be particularly useful when it comes to identifying where your product or service can improve, such as by giving you better targeting options or increasing your conversion rates.
The BI tool is available for free in Google Analytics, but there’s a $3.99 monthly subscription to get the full suite of tools, including:Google Analytics for Business and Analytics Premium for Business, both for free.
It also has an introductory pricing plan of $2.99 per month and $5.99 for three months.
Google Analytics for Marketing and Analytics is a premium service that starts at $4.99/month, and the pricing is a little more reasonable, but still includes a free trial.
Google has also added two additional metrics for business intelligence, including sales and sales-related traffic.
Sales-related revenue is a way to track revenue from your site’s sales.
It can be very useful if you’re running a business that has a lot of customers.
If you can identify that you’re losing sales due to your website’s poor conversion rates, you can see why these tools are especially useful.
Google Analytics offers several other BI metrics.
You can see how many visitors to your site are coming from outside of the United States, how many new visitors arrive every month, how long visitors stay on your site, and more.
In addition, it can also provide you with a list of visitors that came from a specific country or region.
If you want to see a list, click the dropdown in the top right of the page.
The Analytics Premium product for Business offers a new BI dashboard that shows all the data in the product.
It is also available for $1.99 a month.
These metrics are only available for business users, though, so you won’t be able to use these for the purpose of optimizing your business.
If your company already uses Google Analytics as part of your analytics pipeline, then you’ll want to be sure to get a copy of the BI tool, as it’s still in its beta phase.
It will be a few months before it becomes available to the general public, but the company has already released a free demo version for the beta version.
The company has also announced that the BI dashboard will be released in a few weeks.
As always, you’ll need to sign up for a free account to get access.
If your company doesn’t have one, sign up here to get started.