How do I check my Yahoo! web analytics for my Yahoo! Store Shopping Feeds (Pricegrabber, Shopping.com, Shopzilla, etc)? 9/7/2011

Reviewing Yahoo! Web Analytics data takes just a few steps after you've set up Yahoo! Web Analytics campaigns. If you haven't set up Yahoo! Web Analytics campaigns for your feeds, you must complete the steps in our FAQ at http://dashboard.feedwizards.com/articles/yahoowebanalytics/tracking first.

Once you've got the campaigns being tracked and are seeing data come through, you must now follow the procedures below to create and save the reports (so you can quickly view again).

* After Yahoo! Web Analytics has gathered some data (24 hours or less), set up a saved report in Yahoo! Web Analytics

1. Login to your store manager and click on "Analytics Reports".

2. Go To Reports - Marketing - Campaigns - Campaign Summary and click the + next to Paid Search. You may have to expand multiple levels of the + sign (not sure why Yahoo! does this) to get where you see the campaign listings.

3. Look for your campaign. If there is no data (no listing) then it may take a bit longer to get data or you can try using the calendar in the top left to check a different range. If you haven't seen any data in 48 hours you may want to check the setup or contact Your Store Wizards so we can help make sure it's all working properly.

4. Mouse over the magnifying glass on the left of the campaign name and click on "show search listings".

5. This now lists each item (by product id) on the left. The Unique CCL are the unique clicks (only first click counts). You can see the data explanations at http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/ywa/faqs/campaigns/campaignreports/camp... .

To save the report for easier access next time:

1. Click on bookmark report.

2. Name the report.

3. In the Folder field enter "Feed Wizards Analytics Reports" (without the quotes) or another name that makes sense to you.

4. Click Create Bookmark (read and edit rights you can change if you want, all the rest should remain as defaults).

5. This report is now saved and if you ever want to see it you can look under the Bookmarks section in Reports