AgencyAnalytics and WhatConverts have doubled down on their platform integrations, giving users the ability to now add dozens of new widgets to WhatConverts lead tracking reports in AgencyAnalytics.
Users can now see total leads, lead quote and sales data and the number of phone calls, transactions, forms, chats, events and repeat and unique leads — all in one place within AgencyAnalytics.
Prior to this update, users could only see high-level lead data from WhatConverts in AgencyAnalytics.
Now, due to additional development from WhatConverts, enhanced lead data is available in AgencyAnalytics reports. This latest update takes the integration to the next level, giving users the ability to add more widgets to build out more detailed reports.
The updated integration allows users to add the following widgets:
Now that users can get Event, Chat and Quote information right in AgencyAnalytics' WhatConverts dashboard it’s easier than ever to recommend AgencyAnalytics.
AgencyAnalytics has always been specifically designed to make life easier for agencies.
It’s an attractive tool for agencies because it provides more than just lead reporting. Users can combine Google Ads, Facebook, Twitter and WhatConverts lead tracking information in one place.
With whitelabeling options, agencies can give clients as much or as little access to these reports as they want. It’s also possible to create and send 100% customized reports using the multitudes of data sets and marketing information available.
Of course, the platform also offers historical search engine position tracking and backlink tracking. The comprehensive SEO tracking tools — combined with all the marketing analytics data sources and reporting templates — make AgencyAnalytics the preferred tool for agencies everywhere.
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