SEMrush Integration with Databox
We are excited to announce that SEMrush is now integrated with Databox, an automated reporting tool that helps marketers analyze data from multiple digital sources without copying and pasting. With this integration, you can now add SEMrush data to your Databox KPI dashboards.
Databox allows you to combine metrics from SEMrush, Google Analytics, Google Search Console, HubSpot and many other digital marketing sources into automated reports. It lets you see a full picture of your work on dashboards accessible from a smartphone, desktop, TV or Slack. You can easily monitor your key metrics, create reports and present them to your boss or client.
How to create a Databox dashboard with SEMrush data
Important! SEMrush data can be added to Databox only if you have a SEMrush business subscription and API units available. Keep in mind that you’ll be charged for SEMrush API units every time you gather data.
Activate your SEMrush account
First, go to Databox and sign up if you don’t have an account. Click on ‘Create a New Databoard,’ and decide whether you want to use the wizard or start blank. If you’re new to Databox, we recommend that you use the wizard. Then, you can choose which data sources should be included in your dashboard — click on the SEMrush icon.Next, choose whether you want to use pre-built templates or select particular metrics for SEMrush data. Finally, the wizard will instruct you to connect your SEMrush account by inserting your API key.
Modify your dashboard
Once you’ve activated your SEMrush account, select which SEMrush Project you want to gather data on, and you’ll be transferred to a preview of your dashboard. Basically, your dashboard is ready now!If you want to modify it, click on the ‘Edit’ button to access the Databox Designer.
If you want to add data from other sources to your dashboard, click on the SEMrush logo in the top left and select the data source.
Use pre-built templates for your data
Check the Template Gallery of SEMrush data to get a pre-built template in a flash. Several of them have already been created to show data combining insights from SEMrush and Google Analytics, and other data sources.
What do you think about this integration? Share your thoughts and ideas at [email protected], and stay tuned, as more updates are coming!