Tools to Get insights and analytics
Better understand your customers
Arun Saigal, Founder of Thunkable, stands with arms crossed while two co-workers sit at their desks behind him.Attention to customers
“Even as the CEO, I still spend one to two hours a day doing customer support because that is the single thing that informs what we are going to do next.”
Arun Saigal, Founder of Thunkable, sits with two workers in front of a desk with a “You are Magical” sign behind them.Finding the right people
“Our first hires were my sister and a great designer that my co-founder, Wei, knew from church. Sometimes the perfect people are right there in front of you.”
Make data-driven decisions that improve customer experiences
Google Analytics helps startups interpret data from multiple touchpoints for an in-depth understanding of the customer experience. Use Google Analytics to measure behavior across websites, apps, and devices to make better, data-driven decisions.
Organize and deploy tags
With Tag Manager, startups get straightforward and reliable tag management that easily integrates with existing systems, so programs launch faster and decisions get made.
Get insights from potential customers
Google Surveys makes it easy to survey target audiences quickly, accurately, and affordably so startups can better understand potential users.
Visualize compelling data
Google Data Studio uses data visualization to help startups make better business decisions. By integrating data across multiple Google products and other data sources, Google Data Studio turns this data into interactive reports and dashboards with built-in, real-time collaboration.
Get feedback and input from customers
Google Forms is a quick and easy way to create custom, professional forms for signups, surveys, and questionnaires. Images, videos, and custom logic can be added to any form, and responses are conveniently collected into a single spreadsheet.
Understand trends in your industry
With Google Trends, startups get real-time access to Google’s vast search data to better understand trends related to their product or vertical. Startups use Google Trends to learn more about different markets, competitors, and to better understand swings in demand.