By importing data from Facebook Ads to Google Sheets, you can make custom reports, see how your data looks, and make better marketing decisions. In this blog post, we will show you how to use the Catchr Add-on for Google Sheets to import your Facebook Ads data easily and efficiently.
Using Google Sheets to analyze your Facebook Ads data has several benefits:
Google Sheets is a user-friendly platform that makes it easy to organize, analyze, and visualize your data. You don't need advanced technical skills to work with the data and create custom reports.
Google Sheets allows you to collaborate with your team in real-time. You can share your data, reports, and insights with your colleagues, which can help improve your marketing strategies.
With the Catchr Add-on for Google Sheets, you can automate the process of importing Facebook Ads data to Google Sheets. This saves you time and ensures that your data is always up-to-date.
Google Sheets allows you to create custom reports with the metrics and dimensions that matter most to your business. This gives you the flexibility to analyze your data in a way that is most relevant to your marketing goals.
To install the Catchr Add-on to Google Sheets, you will have two options:
Option A: Via the marketplace:
Option B: Directly within a Google Sheet:
Once you have installed the add-on, you can start making requests.
Now that you have the Google Sheet Add-on installed, you can create your first query with it. But before that, we will review all the different configurations to which you have access when you create a query.
In the source listing, you could select any marketing platform you want to connect. In this case, we will use Facebook Ads, but you could also connect Microsoft Ads, Google Ads, etc. We have more than twenty marketing sources at the moment and plan to add a lot more.
If you have no account for the source, you can click on the “+” button and add the source from app.catchr.io.
Once you have selected a source, you can select the account you want to work with. You can select one or more accounts and execute all your queries on them.
On the metrics tabs, you will find all the metrics accessible from the Facebook Ads API. It includes the basics, like “clicks”, “spend”, and “impressions”, but also more specific things like “mobile app checkouts” or “purchases”.
Like the metrics tabs, the dimensions tabs gave you the power to select which dimension you wanted to work on. By way of example, if you want all the impressions by campaign and day, you need to put “Impressions” in the metrics tabs and “Day” and “campaign name” in the dimension fields.
You could find all the metrics available for Facebook in the fields listing page.
In the date range tab, you can select the date range for your report. There are presets available, like "Last month" and "This year" but you can also add custom date range.
The filters gave you a way to filter the data you wanted to work on. If you only need your branding campaign, you could easily put the name or the pattern of the campaign in the filter.
Please, note that successive filters combine with a AND logical operator.
Catchr Add-on provides several options to help work with data from Facebook Ads:
Now that you know how to create a query, let start creating your first report.
Using the Catchr Add-on for Google Sheets, you can create a custom report that provides insights into your Facebook Ads performance. For example, you could create a report that shows the top-performing ad sets in terms of conversions and return on ad spend (ROAS).
To create this report, you would:
You will saw something like :
This report would give you a clear overview of which ad sets are driving the most conversions and delivering the best ROAS. You could then use this information to optimize your Facebook Ads campaigns and allocate your budget more effectively.
1. Install the Catchr Add-on for Google Sheets.
2. Create a new Google Sheet and open the Catchr Add-on.
3. Choose your source (Facebook Ads) and select your account(s).
4. Select your metrics and dimensions.
5. Choose your date range and schedule an automatic refresh.
6. Import your data and create custom reports in Google Sheets.
In today's data-driven world, marketers need to keep track of their campaign performance and make data-driven decisions. One of the most popular platforms for running ad campaigns is Facebook Ads. However, exporting and analyzing data from Facebook Ads can be time-consuming and confusing. This is where Google Sheets comes in handy.
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