The magic of mashing plan data with actual results in your near realtime Klipfolio dashboard
In recent years, I have found myself saying, “Great things happen twice: once when you plan them, once when you do them.” Most plans are conceived in your mind, sketched on a scrap of paper or a napkin, and ultimately captured as numbers on a spreadsheet.
Customer Spotlight: See how bakerMEN use Klipfolio to create 100 reports in less than two days
Use Klipfolio to Track Your Twitter Data
One of the things that is often requested but we've always had trouble with is getting historical data for a Twitter handle/account.
The reason? Twitter does not make historical data available via its API. In order to get this data in any dashboarding service, you would need to use a paid service, like Quintly.
With a bit of a workaround, however, you now have the ability to track this information in a Google Sheet!
How to build performance metrics dashboards that give you real-time HR reporting
How to lead from the bottom on making your company data-driven
Many people think that becoming “data-driven” is as simple as implementing a tool like Google Analytics or Adobe Analytics and then studying the results.
In reality, implementing a data-committed culture at your company is far more complex. It means infusing your organization with an almost complete culture shift.
But with that drive for creating a data-driven culture comes big challenges – namely, getting buy-in from corporate executives and other higher-ups at your company.
Anatomy of a great API
A big part of our role as the Integrations team here at Klipfolio is to facilitate easy connections to services that our customers use on a regular basis. Because we deal with a wide variety of customers, we are exposed to all kinds of services and their APIs. We look at services ranging from as big and complex as Salesforce or Google Analytics to emerging services like Emma.