• http://goo.gl/UxHbF Brice Hubbard

    This is great. Google has all the info about our sites and it’s about time they shared it with us.

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    It is very important to add the additional level of data intelligence to your online marketing data. I just launched a new service that will insert GA Data into your online lead forms thus closing the loop between marketing and sales. Now see what keyword(s) someone used in Google to find your website and your lead gen forms. http://www.infogeniuz.com

  • http://fialkoffconsulting.com/landing/twitter/ Josh Fialkoff

    I am not sure why Google Webmaster Tools isn’t completely integrated into Google Analytics. Seems like more people would use both tools and it would help everyone.

  • http://chuckbartok.com Chuck Bartok

    I am looking forward to this addition.
    I agree with Josh Fialkoff, there should be more integration

  • http://www.illuminea.com Miriam Schwab

    As Josh said above, Google Analytics and Webmaster Tools should just come together already. Is there any reason to keep them separate?

  • http://www.dreamgrow.com/ Priit Kallas

    +1 to that. I actually went to Webmaster Tools and looked at different reports to see if there’s anything that would justify keeping it separate from Analytics. Didn’t find any.

  • http://www.linkedin.com/in/markvozzo Mark Vozzo

    Thanks for covering this Barry. This is great news, about time Google Webmaster Tools and GA started coming together. I often find myself jumping between the 2 tools. Having a single view is a much better approach – a welcomed productivity booster.

  • http://www.windfery.com Robert Lloyd

    Hopefully these features will be available via the API. could mean less data sources to aggregate for reporting and analysis.