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Ptengine : Overview Dashboard

Connect and Visualize Ptengine Data in Datadeck

Which key metrics to visualize from Ptengine?

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Here is How to Setup A Ptengine Dashboard

We will also show you what key metrics and cards you might want to use!

Now that you have connected Datadeck to your Ptengine account, you can create a Dashboard that shows your Ptengine data, or even displays it alongside data from any other data sources you have connected to. (If you’re having trouble connecting to Ptengine, please contact support through the chat button on Datadeck’s interface)

Below is a list of some of the categories and metrics you should use to create some other Ptengine cards we think might be useful. Of course, it is up to you to decide what you want to see on your dashboards. That’s the beauty of Datadeck!

There are some more advanced features of the card editor and Dashboards. The most important thing to understand is that the best way to learn is by doing, and you will save yourself a fantastic amount of time and effort in the future once you’re set up. Remember, you can click the blue icon at the bottom right-hand corner of Datadeck at any time to chat live with our customer support. They will be more than happy to help you with any problems you have or to advise you on what data you should be looking at.

Ptengine Cards

1. New Visitor Trend

Explanation – This card shows you your unique visits against “new” visits. This means that people who have already visited your site will be removed from the results.

2 Metrics – New Visits, Unique Visitors (UV)

Category – Day of month

Graph Type – Line

Filters – None

Date Range – Set as appropriate

2. Avg Visit Duration

Explanation – How long on average visitors are spending on your site. A good indicator of how engaging your site’s content is.

2 Metrics – Avg. Visit Duration

Category – Day of month

Graph Type – Line

Filters – None

Date Range – Set as appropriate

3. Bounce Rate & Exit Rate

Explanation – Shows the bounce rate and exit rate of your pages against Unique Visitors.

3 Metrics – % Exit, Bounce Rate, Users

Category – Day of month

Graph Type – Grouped Column

Filters – None

Date Range – Set as appropriate

4. Sessions by State

Explanation – This shows the region of a specific country sending the most amount of traffic, on a country map card. If you select World instead of Country, you will see a world map

Metrics – Sessions

Category – Country – United States

Graph Type – Map

Filters – None

Date Range – Set as appropriate

5. Users by Traffic Source

Explanation – This shows how people are arriving at your site, like direct traffic, referrals, or from which search engines.

Metrics – Unique Visitors (UV)

Category – Source

Graph Type – Donut

Filters – None

Date Range – Set as appropriate

6. Users by Device Type

Explanation – Shows whether visitors are using Desktop, tablet or mobile.

Metrics – Unique Visitors (UV)

Category – Device Type

Graph Type – Donut

Filters – None

Date Range – Set as appropriate

7. Visitor by OS

Explanation – Shows what operating system users prefer – Safari, Firefox, Chrome, etc.

Metrics – Unique Visitors (UV)

Category – OS

Graph Type – Donut

Filters – None

Date Range – Set as appropriate

8. Visitors by Page

Explanation – Shows which pages your traffic is visiting. It can indicate what content is working best on your site and what content is lacking exposure or needs reworking.

Metrics – Visits, Unique Visitors (UV)

Category – Page Title

Graph Type – Table

Filters – None

Date Range – Set as appropriate

 

9. Ptengine Heatmap Card

Explanation – You can add one of our heatmaps into a dashboard. The method is slightly different to other cards:

When you click “Add a card” There will be an option to import a heat map from Ptengine:

You will then be presented with the window below:

In Ptengine, you need to navigate to the heatmap you are hoping to display, then click the share link in the upper toolbar:

After clicking through, you can then copy the URL and paste that into the window in Datadeck, and click “Save.”

The heat map will then be added to your dashboard and will update automatically with any new data.

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