Use Adzviser on ChatGPT
Standard Mode

Standard Mode

Once you have finished the OAuth (opens in a new tab) process with ChatGPT, you are free to test water with Adzviser GPT (opens in a new tab), a cost-effective, easy-to-use alternative to Supermetrics. See how to complete the OAuth process (opens in a new tab).

Except for the conservation starter that are listed in, you can also try the following prompts:

  • Google Analytics 4: What devices do my vistors use to visit my website?
  • Google Analytics 4: How long does each user engage with my website per page?
  • Google Ads: What is the search impression share this month vs last month?
  • Google Ads: Which keywords drives the highest ctr this week? Give me the top 5.
  • Meta Ads: Which demographics (age and gender) group has clicked on my ads the most?
  • Meta Ads: How many website checkouts are initiated?
  • Instagram Insights: How many profile followers do I have now?
  • Instagram Insights: How many likes and follows do each of my posts receive in the past 3 month?

Metrics and Breakdowns

To find out the metrics and breakdowns (a.k.a dimensions) supported by Adzviser (opens in a new tab) per data source, you can check out the tables below.

  • A metric is a quantitative measurement. It represents data that can be measured and expressed in numbers. Metrics are used to track performance or behavior. Examples include clicks, impressions, conversions, revenue, etc.
  • A breakdown is a qualitative attribute or descriptor. It provides context for metrics by categorizing or segmenting them. Breakdowns are text. Examples include country, channel, campaign name, date, etc.

Data sourceTypeLink
Facebook Page InsightsMetricshttps://copter.adzviser.com/fb/get_page_insights_metrics_list?pretty_print=true
Facebook Page InsightsBreakdownsN/A
Data sourceTypeLink
Google Search ConsoleMetricsclicks, impressions, ctr, position
Google Search ConsoleBreakdownshttps://copter.adzviser.com/google_search_console/get_gsc_breakdowns_list?pretty_print=true