Anduro Metrics: Giving Us Access to Various Accounts

Google Analytics

Summary: You have to add us to your account

Step 1: Log into your Google Analytics account
Step 2: Click on Admin in the lower left

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Step 3: Click on User Management

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Step 4: Add damon.james@anduro.com (not damon@anduro.com)
Step 5: Select Edit
Step 6: Be sure to check Notify this user by email
Step 7: Click Add

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Google Ads

Summary: We have to add you to our Master account

Step 1: Login to Google AdWords
Step 2: Look at the top left by your name

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Step 3: Copy the Client number and send to Damon: damon@anduro.com (not damon.james@anduro.com)
Step 4: Damon will add your Client number to our account
Step 5: You will get a notification for approval

Google My Business

Step 1: Visit this URL and log in to the Google Account associated with your listing: https://www.google.com/business/.

Step 2: Select your website.

Step 3: Click Users from the menu on the left sidebar.

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Step 4: Click the icon at the top right to add a User

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Step 5: Add damon.james@anduro.com as a User and Click Done

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Facebook

Summary: You need to add Jeff Nelson from our company

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Step 1: Log into your account on Facebook
Step 2: Click on the down arrow, top right, to access your company page
Step 3: Click on Settings, top right

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Step 4: Click on Page Roles, left menu

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Step 5: Add Jeff Nelson (jeffxnelson@gmail.com). Give Jeff Editor status.

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Step 6: Check to be sure you have the right person. Jeff’s profile is https://www.facebook.com/JeffxNelson

Twitter

You have a few options:
a) You can give is the ID and password to your account.
b) You can give Damon admin access:
https://business.twitter.com/en/help/troubleshooting/multi-user-login-faq.html
His handle is @DamonLebrun
c) Alternatively, you can send the number of Impressions or send us a screenshot.
Log in and click on Analytics under your account profile

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Scroll down to each month and give us the number of Impressions for each month

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LinkedIn Company Page

You can give us your login information or send us a report.

The reports are a bit tricky but if you want you can send us your Impressions this way:
Step 1: Log into your personal profile account
Step 2: Go to your profile and click on your company page

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Step 3: A new tab will open up. Click on Analytics, then on Updates.

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Step 4: Be sure you have selected Impressions, then click on Last 3 months.

Step 5: Roll your cursor over the month that you want and grab the number of Impressions

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LinkedIn Personal Profile

To give us access to the measures, there are a couple of options:

a) Give us access by sending us your login ID and PW.

b) Send us the number of Profile Views. Use these steps:

Step 1: Click on Home

Step 2: Click on your name on the left side

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Step 3: Scroll down to Your Dashboard and click on “Who viewed your profile”

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Step 4: At the beginning of the month, send us the number of people who viewed your profile in the last 90 days.

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