Allow users to import/open a project's database file in a program like Access, MySQL, OpenOffice.. Give power users the data they want!
Power users want to be able to see all their data, and do their own analysis and queries on their data. Instead of relying on a new update from TT or repeatedly doing tedious exports and merging the reports together. The data that TT captures from Google, Bing, Yahoo for SEO Rankings sometimes includes Ads that are running, but those are not sent to the PPC AdWords Competition analysis data. The TTV4 Program is great for handling all the grunt work of scraping the Search Engines which is a monumental feat by itself, so just adding the ability for power users to go through all the data the program captures would really unleash Traffic Travis' true potential. Let us open up a project in Access, MySQL or Open Office Database whichever program fits your customer base the best, and I think everyone would be much happier. No need for waiting for an update to TT so that we can make pretty graphs of SEO rankings for our clients, we can just open up the database file and query what we need how we need it. Let TT focus on doing what it does best, pulling the data from all the various search engines. Leave the presentation and data analysis to customers who are the business owners & decision makers.
We can’t provide opening project databases in separate programs as format of databases are different.
However, we can improve our CSV reports that common format and could be opened/imported to other application.
Please, let us know what kind of data you want to have in CSV reports in new feedback.
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Steve Mulligan commented
Agreed. Even a simple CSV export with a date column would work for my needs.