Extending and simplifyingData Studio

Explore our connectors, report templates and learning resources made specifically for small online publishers

Data Studio Report Templates

The Publisher's Dashboard

A Google Data Studio report template specifically designed for small publishers with limited time, who need a ready source of data that speaks for itself. Quickly get insights like view trends, popular times of day, best-performing content for getting new readers and engaging returning readers, email campaign performance, and more. Oh and the best part, it's free.

Ultimate Mailchimp + Google Analytics Template

Answer questions like: Which subject lines get my reader’s attention? What days of the week are the best to reach my subscribers? How much traffic from my website comes from my newsletter subscribers? Our ready-made Data Studio template pulls together Mailchimp and Google Analytics into one easy to understand dashboard. Includes 1-hour of consultation time to troubleshoot any problems or help you with customizations.

Publisher's Dashboard Screenshot

Data Studio Connectors

Mailchimp Data Studio Connector

We created our custom Mailchimp connector for Google Data Studio so you can combine your data with no coding or maintenance. On top of that, you can use Data Studio's powerful visualization features to create custom reports that keep you on top of the most important insights about your readers

Plausible Analytics Data Studio Connector

We are big fans of privacy focused Plausible Analytics, so much so that we built the first connector to bring their data into Data Studio. Run custom reports that you can't from your Plausible Analytics dashboard and combine Plausible Analytics data with other sources - all from Data Studio.

Mailchimp Data Studio Connector

From the Blog

Building a Mailchimp and Google Analytics Dashboard in Data Studio
Cheapest Way to Connect Mailchimp to Data Studio [takes 5 minutes]
Data Studio Templates for Online Publishers
Google Analytics Dashboards vs. Data Studio: Which is Better for You?