Today, we launch our WordPress – Myrise integration. Here’s what you’ll find out when you connect WordPress to Myrise:
Measure Category performance
If your WordPress content is organized into Categories, you can measure your WordPress category performance with Myrise:
– Blogpost volume per category
– Total performance per category (eg: total pageviews for any given category)
– Average performance per category (eg: average amount of pageviews a blogpost receives in this category)
If you have multiple authors writing on your blog, Myrise will tell you:
– Blogpost volume per author
– Total performance per author (eg: unique pageviews, social pageviews, …)
– Average performance per author (eg: average amount of pageviews per blogpost for every author)
If you use tags on your WordPress posts, you can use them to analyze your content performance:
– Blogpost volume per tag
– Total performance per tag (eg: unique pageviews for any given tag)
– Average performance per tag (eg: average amount of pageviews per blogpost for any given tag)
How it works
Myrise combines Google Analytics data with WordPress data to make all this happen. What you need to get started:
– A self-hosted WordPress with Google Analytics tracking
– The WP REST API plugin installed, so we can access your blogpost content in a structured way
We’re launching this under a beta label, because this is our first integration combining two datasources.
If you need any help during the set-up process, please reach out at hello (at) myri (dot) se.
Try it out?