Google Analytics 4 (GA4) Reporting Tool
Connect, visualize, and share Google Analytics 4 data with your clients in a few clicks. Pull essential Google Analytics 4 metrics for a 360-degree view of your client’s website performance. Turn performance data from your client’s Google Analytics 4 property into actionable insights to help drive growth and customer retention. Engaging visual GA4 reports just a few clicks away with Whatagraph’s Google Analytics 4 reporting tool.
Build custom Google Analytics 4 reports in minutes
Universal Analytics properties are gone, and we hope your transition to GA4 was painless. The next generation of Google Analytics brings new features but is still challenging for most users. This is why we offer a solution — connect your clients’ GA4 data stream to Whatagraph and use our intuitive reporting interface.
Automatically connect Google Analytics 4 data for all your KPIs
Once you connect your client’s GA4 account, the data collection is pretty much automated. Whenever you open a template or create a new report, the widgets populate with fresh data without your intervention. Build a custom funnel exploration report for your client’s case using drag-and-drop visualizations with widget- and source-level filtering. Present the customer lifecycle KPIs alongside eCommerce purchases and top-performing landing pages. Edit the existing GA4 report template and save it as your own. Save any widget you build as a widget template and use it in future reports.
Easily combine Google Analytics 4 data with other sources
Bring more context to your client’s Google Analytics 4 reports with other marketing sources and identify optimization opportunities. You already know how much website traffic comes from organic search and how much from socials. But what happens there? How are the leads generated? Simply add the SEO or social media data and create a cross-channel report to understand the customer lifecycle better. Blend data from multiple landing pages, analyze conversion events by their source, medium, and campaign, or change conversion event names to match your client’s business.
Keep clients in the loop with automated report sharing and live links
Whatagraph’s report-sharing feature ensures your clients are always at the top of their website performance results and your marketing efforts. Right from the GA4 report, choose how you want to share it. Download as PDF the old-fashioned way, set up an automated email cadence, or share a live link so clients can always check the real-time data. If you choose automated emails, you can always set an overview step so you can take one last look and approve every report before it goes out.
What is a Google Analytics 4 reporting tool?
Google Analytics 4 reporting tool is a marketing reporting software or data platform that allows marketers to track the website performance by tracking user behavior, acquisition, engagement, and conversion metrics provided by a Google Analytics 4 property. This tool should make the whole data collection, visualization, and report-sharing process seamless while also offering user-friendly cross-channel and advanced analytics capabilities.
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What are the 4 main report types in GA4?
The main 4 report types in GA4 are:
- Audience: Containing information about website visitors.
- Acquisition: Where people who convert come from.
- Behavior: What people are doing on your website and what is happening on your web pages.
- Conversions: How many people are converting into leads, subscribers, and customers.
Google Analytics 4 offers more than 100 predefined reports, some of which can be slightly inaccurate.
We have a better solution. Connect the GA4 account to Whatagraph and visualize the whole customer journey with your chosen widgets quickly and accurately.
There is no need to create separate user, acquisition, and landing page reports for your clients when you can use Whatagraph reports to present all the GA4 metrics you want in one report. And our users say they love how widgets stick to the grid — much neater than in GA4’s free-form reports.
What are the limitations of GA4 reports?
The limitations of GA4 reports are that GA4 allows 25 user-scoped custom dimensions, 50 event-scoped custom, and 50 custom metrics for each property.
A workaround for this is to use Whatagraph for GA4 reporting. Whatagraph is a marketing data platform that has a ready-made connection with GA4 API, and all data transformations take place within Whatagraph. In other words, you can create as many custom metrics and dimensions as you need.
With Whatagraph, you can effortlessly combine metrics from multiple data sources, like Google Ads and Google Search Console, and create custom reports for cross-channel campaigns from one place.
What metrics should you include in a client GA4 report?
You should include metrics that align with the client’s goals and provide valuable insights. The specific metrics, however, depend on the type of website and the client’s objectives. Here are some key metrics that you can’t go without:
1. Users: Active Users, New Users, and Returning Users
2. Acquisition: Source/Medium, Channels, and Campaigns
3. Behavior: Pageviews, Average Time on Page, Engagement Rate (including Bounce Rate in Universal Analytics), and Events (specific to client goals)
4. Conversions: Goal Completions, E-commerce Conversions (e.g checkouts), and Conversion Rate (First Time and Total)
5. User Engagement: Sessions, Session Duration, Interactions per Session
6. Audience: Demographics, Interests, Device Category
7. Events: Specific events related to key actions, Event Count
8. E-commerce (for e-store websites): Revenue, Purchases, Average Order Value
9. Custom Metrics: Any custom metrics that are specifically relevant to the client's objectives
Does Whatagraph have the real-time report functionality?
Yes, Whatagraph has real-time report functionality. When you create a report, generate a live link for on-demand access so viewers can always check the latest data with a 30-minute refresh rate. There is also an option to let them change the date range and compare how data has changed over time.
How long does Google Analytics 4 hold data?
By default settings, Google Analytics 4 holds data for two months, with an option to extend the period to 14 months. If you want to keep GA4 historical data longer, we recommend using Whatagraph’s no-code data transfer and moving your client’s data to Google BigQuery.
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