Analyst™ is ClickEquations’ Excel plug-in. It puts direct access to all of your PPC data at your fingertips.
You can analyze and report on your data with rich tools to filter, select, aggregate, sort and even connect to and join data from other sources. You get all that on top of the power of Excel for customization.
You can use Analyst to:
- Create unique updateable dashboards
- Dig into your data for deep analysis
- Customize a client presentation
- Or anything else you can imagine
A Powerful Tool That’s Easy To Handle
If you know how to use Excel, you know how to use Analyst, ClickEquations’ Excel Plug-in. Analyst makes all of your PPC data instantly available in Excel – no more cut & paste! And with Analyst, you can merge, format, build charts, and even use third-party analysis tools on that data. The only limitation is your skill in Excel.
Once your dashboard or report is perfect, you can use our Quick-Change Palette to update the workbook to a new time period or account. Just set a new date range or account name, hit update and voila! In about a minute you have a gorgeous new insightful report.
To get you off to a fast start, over a dozen killer dashboard and analysis templates are included with ClickEquations. Plus, we’ll create 3 more custom reports you as a standard part of your ClickEquations subscription.
Report Builder: The Expert-Only Interface
If you’re an Excel wizard, you can take it to the next level with Report Builder.
Report Builder is the heart of Analyst. It’s your direct line to the ClickEquations Database – choose any field and drop it right into any Excel file.
Once the data is in your worksheet, use the Quick-Change Palette to refresh or modify your data. Pick a new date range, switch client accounts, or even change filters and then just click ‘update’ to get a totally new version of your report.
And all reports built with Analyst can be freely shared in Excel format, updated with the Quick-Change Palette, or saved as .PDF files to send to clients or management.
“I took some time over the weekend to really understand the Analyst tool and built some reports based on custom queries. It’s AWESOME. Right now I’m in reporting heaven…”
Alex Spurzem Head of Search, PhD Network