New Version of CloudAmp Analytics Dashboards Released

CloudAmp Analytics Dashboards, the AppExchange app which integrates Google Analytics data into Salesforce, has released a major upgrade today. The new version now supports up to 5 different web sites or Google Analytics profiles, automatically importing data for up to 5 profiles into Salesforce daily to be displayed in 5 sets of dashboards.

Simply install the 7 day free trial from the AppExchange, click a button to connect to Google Analytics, log in through your Google Account, and all Google Analytics Profiles available to that Account will be displayed for you to select. In less than 5 minutes you can see your web site traffic and visitor source breakdown, all displayed in Salesforce dashboards.

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With this new upgrade to the Analytics Dashboards app, not only can you choose to see data for up to 5 different web sites, but Google Analytics profiles (being renamed to Google Analytics Views) can also be filtered versions of a single web site’s analytics data. Common use cases of Google Analytics profiles / views include:

  • Exclude/include a certain section or directory of a web site

  • Exclude/include visitors from certain geographical areas

  • Exclude/include traffic from certain domain names

  • Any other filters you can apply in Google Analytics

This means that even if you only have one web site which you wish to keep track of in Salesforce, with support for 5 profiles you can now have geographical or content area filtering in some of your Salesforce dashboards.

Marketers wishing to focus on geographically targeted campaigns can now see the top of their funnel (web site visitors) in multiple sets of dashboards, typically an “All Website Data” profile as well as a geographically filtered profile. Salesforce users in larger organizations could select a profile of just the subsection of their corporate web site that they are responsible for.

CloudAmp Analytics Dashboards imports aggregate data for 13 different web analytics metrics daily, and displays it in prebuilt dashboards. It includes 5 sets of 3 different dashboards, with over 100 reports behind them. All data is stored natively in Salesforce, so everything can be modified and used in other reporting and dashboards. Try a free trial today, contact us for more information, or post any questions in the comments below.

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CloudAmp to present at Salesforce Business Apps Bootcamp

CloudAmp will be presenting at Salesforce.com’s upcoming Business App Bootcamp here in San Francisco on January 29. The topic is “Garage to Glory: Stories from the Front Lines” — how to build and market Apps on Salesforce’s AppExchange. It should be a good event, so register here for free and come on down if you can make it.

 

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The enterprise app revolution is here and presents a huge opportunity for entrepreneurs and developers. With a great idea and the right go-to-market strategy, you can build a revenue generating business in record time.

Hear from influential thought leaders about trends they are seeing and key advice for building the next big app for the enterprise. Join us for this free, half-day event and walk away with the tools and inspiration to transform your idea into big business in the cloud.

BUSINESS APP BOOTCAMP
Tuesday, 1/29, 2:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Terra Gallery, 511 Harrison Street, San Francisco

CloudAmp Update: New App, New Focus, New Sister Company

New App

CloudAmp’s first App, the Google Analytics Campaign Tracker, launched this week on the Salesforce AppExchange.
Google Analytics Campaign Tracker Dashboard
This simple app shows you where your best leads are coming from, by capturing referral URLs when your web site visitors submit a form. Plus you get a preconfigured dashboard and analytics. Check it out >

New Focus

If I haven’t tried to pitch you recently, in 2012 CloudAmp refocused around the Salesforce ecosystem.

In addition to working on several applications for the Salesforce AppExchange, I’ve been doing a fair bit of consulting, focused on helping Startups use Salesforce CRM to manage their lead funnel, sales processes, and generally make sense of high volumes of inbound inquiries.

Selected CloudAmp Customers
I’ve had a lot of fun working with customers like Iron.ioHeyoTrigger.ioZeroCater, and more. If you know of any early stage companies who could use advice on Salesforce and sales processes, I would appreciate your referrals.  More on our Customers > 

New Sister Company

Just to keep things interesting, in September of this year a friend and I established a new company called AppFrontier, and acquired the established payment processing application Chargent from its developer.
Chargent by AppFrontier
Chargent enables you to instantly charge credit cards directly from inside Salesforce, on a one-time or recurring basis, with no 3rd party integration or terminals required.

With an established customer base of small businesses and nonprofits, we are finding lots of uses for payment processing embedded right inside of opportunities in Salesforce. Visit AppFrontier.com Now >

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