• shane penrod

    Great article! Thanks for the tips.

  • http://twitter.com/sammmer Sam Mazaheri

    Interesting problem and solution. One tip that could help: You mentioned the limit of 500 records in GA, you can manually change this parameter in the URL. If you have 2,300 records you want to see, just replace the “500″ in the url to 2300 and hit enter.

  • http://twitter.com/TextBroker Textbroker

    Hi Chris, nice overview here! One thing I would look at is, in addition to disposable income, average online spend per country. eMarketer did a recent study on which countries spend online the most. If your clients are looking to actually sell as opposed to branding campaigns, this might be more interesting. Here’s the link: http://www.emarketer.com/Article/Ecommerce-Sales-Topped-1-Trillion-First-Time-2012/1009649

  • http://twitter.com/LinkedMedia Linked Media Group

    StellarJob Chris – and we shared across our Social Accounts. Any thoughts on social media metrics in terms of overlaying these in some meaningful way for a brand?

  • http://twitter.com/PPCNI Jordan McClements

    Good point (I was about to mention that too).

  • http://twitter.com/liversidge Chris Liversidge

    Nice tip Sam, I didn’t even think of that!

  • http://twitter.com/liversidge Chris Liversidge

    That’s a good shout Textbroker. In this particular case there was that brand-raising element that benefitted more from general income data, but for eComms, I couldn’t agree more. Thanks for the resource link too!

  • arvind k

    why not Google International Market Finder? I think that works fine :)

  • Guest

    ColibriTool works for this one too. Not free but well worth the investment (http://colibritool.com)