Floodgates Open: Google Analytics API Launched

Google Analytics Blog announced on April 21 the long-anticipated release of the Google Analytics Data Export API, opening it up for developers to get in and start building applications that can extend the power and availability of GA.  From the blog:

Developers can integrate Google Analytics into their existing products and create standalone applications that they sell. Users could see snapshots of their Analytics data in developer created dashboards and gadgets. Individuals and business owners will have opportunities to access their Google Analytics information in a variety of new ways.”

Big news, and we can expect to see lots of cool applications being developed in the coming months.  More info in the blogpost about what this all means and how to take advantage of it.


5 Responses

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  2. Hello dear ,
    I wish to ask one thing that can we use Google Analytics like gmaps . i mean, can i embed GA to any of my web site and other users can come to my web site and they can see info of there sites(By passing any type of authentication).
    Means like gmap apis can we use GA apis.

    • rbhargava,

      Interesting question. This is something that may be possible with the current API release, but I have not seen anything like this yet. I don’t want to go too far on this, not being an API expert, but I’m thinking that since the API allows you to access the raw GA data, it should be possible to design a widget that sits on your site and then people provide their login credentials and can see their GA data in some form. It’s a good example of some of the things we may see coming out of this.

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