Easily automate and extract Amazon Ads data to Google Sheets, simplifying data processing, visualization, integration with other sources, and collaboration with your team.
Automatically import data from Amazon Ads into Google Sheets to get a real-time snapshot of your ad performance. This includes metrics like impressions, clicks, and conversions. Use this data to identify high-performing ads and optimize your advertising strategy.
Set up an auto-updating list of Amazon Ads data in Google Sheets to calculate your return on investment (ROI) based on ad spend and revenue generated. This will help you understand the effectiveness of your advertising campaigns and make data-driven decisions for future campaigns.
Pull Amazon Ads data into Google Sheets and combine it with metrics from other Ad platforms like Facebook Ads or Google Ads. This will give you a comprehensive view of your marketing performance and help you understand the impact of your Amazon Ads on your overall business performance.
Export all important Amazon Ads Metrics and Dimensions for analysis in Google Sheets
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Open Google Sheets and install Two Minute Reports from the add-ons menu. No credit card required.
Open TMR add-on and select Data Source from the menu button. Click Add and add your new Amazon Ads data source
Open the Queries menu and create a new query. Select the Amazon Ads data source you added along with the Amazon Ads metrics and dimensions you want.
Create a new schedule to automatically fetch live data from Amazon Ads at periodic intervals. You can even send emails, PDFs or Excel sheets on schedule.
Instead of creating a report from scratch use our premade Amazon Ads templates below and get started in no time
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Two Minute Reports is designed to be user-friendly and easy to navigate. With its intuitive interface, you can quickly generate reports and track your marketing campaigns without the need for extensive training or technical knowledge.
By working with BI platforms developed with Billions of Investment by Google - like Google Sheets and Looker Studio, Two Minute Reports provides robust capabilities and a secure infrastructure for your Reporting
Two Minute Reports integrates with Amazon Ads and over 30+ Marketing platforms so that you can analyse and visualize your data in the BI platform of your choice.
Marketers know how critical it is for a business to correctly measure the performance of ad campaigns. Using standard Amazon Ads tools, the in-line performance analytics are pretty straightforward. But things can change if you need to analyse custom metrics over an extended period. Generic Amazon Ads dashboard tools are simply not intended for more detailed analysis that includes customizing filters and analysing the performance of multiple campaigns from multiple accounts. That is where Two Minute Reports steps in. Its Amazon Ads to Google Sheets integration allows you to automate the process of extracting data from Ads on a custom schedule. You can merge data on multiple campaigns and ads in a single sheet, applying all the powerful tools Google provides. These include pivot tables, graph visualization, formulas, and team sharing capabilities.
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With Two Minute Reports, you can get Amazon Ads data in Google Sheets and also merge it with other Advertising data from platforms like Facebook Ads, Google Ads, Linkedin Ads, Snapchat Ads, Tiktok Ads, Microsoft/Bing Ads, Pinterest Ads, Apple Search Ads, Amazon Ads. Not just that, you can also get data from different types of Mobile, Database, Advertising (PPC), Web Analytics, SEO, E-Commerce, Other sources, Social Media, Email, Customer relationship management Data Sources.
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Two Minute Reports for Google Sheets helps you to get your Amazon Ads data to Google Sheets. You can not just analyse data you do much more there. By running on top of Google Sheets, we support a range of customization options, including the ability to create custom formulas and functions, unlimited formatting and sharing capabilities, Google Sheets has a friendly interface that many of us are familiar with. Spreadsheets are easier to handle when you are looking at a lot of Data and you dont have to learn a new tool.
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You can combine Amazon Ads data with not just Ad Platforms but also with other Platforms too
The category includes Data Sources like the Apple App Store and Google Playstore. That have information on apps that are provided to the data sources.
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This falls in the advertising category, more evidently Pay Per Click Connectors, for Facebook Ads, Google Ads, Snapchat Ads, LinkedIn Ads, TikTok Ads and Miicrosoft Ads
Data Sources like Google analytics, that analyzes the behaviour of visitors to a web site, falls in this category.