Move Instagram data to Google BigQuery in a few clicks
Get Instagram data in a fully managed data warehouse to own it on your terms. No code required.
Effortlessly move any amounts of Instagram Business data to Google BigQuery warehouse
Instagram data moves to Google BigQuery automatically according to a schedule set by you.
Whatagraph does all the heavy lifting, delivering Instagram data to BigQuery in a normalized state. Meaning, instantly available.
Ready-made connection with Meta's API. Pick your source and enjoy the data flow with no maintenance or coding.
Move the metrics you need for marketing analytics, reporting and decision-making. See documentation on available metrics and dimensions.
Set up Instagram to BigQuery data flow in a few simple steps
Connect destination and pick Instagram Business source
Get up-to-date, necessary data moved via constantly monitored and updated connection with Meta's API.
Name the transfer and pick frequency for automation
Securely and reliably move all the necessary data from Instagram to Google BigQuery according to a set schedule. No coding or developers required.
Monitor multiple Instagram data flows in one place
Get an overview of running data flows from Instagram Business to BigQuery. See the scheduled frequency, scheduler information, and when the last transfers occurred.
Built for data-driven marketing professionals
User-friendly and intuitive. Connect your destination and source in a few clicks and get the data flowing.
Up-to-date, and accurate data transfers through reliable connections with popular marketing sources.
Schedule and automate your data transfers. Full control over the process with no extra friction.
Transparent pricing with no hidden costs. You know exactly how much you pay.
Move marketing data from other sources to Google BigQuery
You will never be left solving challenges on your own
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