Looking for data on how Contacts are getting to your website? Scheduled Reports is an excellent way to get data delivered directly to your inbox. Scheduled reports are emailed directly to you & contain and HTML report in the body of the email as well as an attached .CSV. To create a new report, navigate to:
Reporting > Scheduled Reports > Create New
The Searches Report allows you view which terms have been leveraged in a search engine (like Google or Yahoo!).
You can select how many results (10-50) you would like to display in the HTML of the email.
Your Report Name will be displayed in the Subject of email as well as on the “Scheduled Reports” Page.
You can choose to have your Searches Report delivered to you Daily, Weekly or Monthly. The time frame will start from the time you originate the report. For example, if you create the report on Tuesday at 12pm and select a Weekly report, you will receive the second report seven 24 hour periods after your first.
You also have the option to run an immediate report. This will deliver a one time report to your inbox and this report will not show on the “Scheduled Reports” Page. In addition, when you run an immediate report, you are able to select a date range for Net-Results to pull information from.
If you would like to see the Searches for a select group of Contacts then first create a segment with your selected group. Then leverage the Segment in the Source Sources Reports. Segments are a great way to limit the scope of the report. For more information on Segments click here.
You are able to send your report to as many emails as you would like. Be sure to separate each email with a “,”.
Once you have completed your Set up, click “Save” and your report will automatically be generated. Your email will contain a snapshot of Searches Report shows the top Search terms sorted by times searched. There will also be an attached .csv file (which will open in Excel) that contains additional data (up to 10,000 records). For the Searches Report, the CSV will contain Search terms and number of tie searched in descending order.
Check out this video to learn more!