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Google Analytics report in Infographics

Google Analytics report in Infographics

Did you ever wish to have Google Analytics report in Infographics?

I guess you would like to visualize your blog, website visitor data in a purposeful method.

A report that is straightforward to know and provides you all data as a website owner to require action on.

I recently migrated my website from to After migration, I shared with my friends on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and wished to see my website activity.

I looked into Google Analytics report dashboard that is nice. However, I was looking to have those data which in easily understandable format and delivered to my email weekly/monthly automatically.

And then I found following tools which do the job.

It’s straightforward and explaining infographics that provide you following website data. Good news – it’s FREE!


What A Graph is another fantastic tool which converts your website analytics data into beautiful infographics? In the free plan, you can add one website, and it visualizes following data in weekly or monthly.

  • Total users (compared to last week/month)
  • New vs. Returning
  • Sessions
  • Average sessions time
  • Total page views
  • Views per session
  • Top 5 page views by URL
  • Session by browser
  • Sessions by device (Mobile/Desktop/Tablet)
  • Sources of Traffic
  • Session by Country
  • Session by City

Signup with what a graph is easy. Visit, and you can register in a minute. You have the option to sign in with Google account too.

I like the colorful way of presenting data. This is how it looks like.

geekflare-whatagraph geekflare-whatagraph-1 geekflare-whatagraph-2 let you visualize your Google Analytics data and give you the option to customize the infographics with the metrics you want.

You can authorize your account so can pull the data and give you the option to select the metrics to put on the infographics.

  • Login into
  • Click on start with data: Data import or source
  • Select Google Analytics


  • Select the account, web, profile, period and metrics you want from the left navigation.


You can drag-n-drop at the infographics and once done; you should have something like below.

 You can also change the infographics theme by going to Settings as shown below.


Did you like to visualize your website analytics data into Infographic?

You will like visualizing your Facebook and Twitter too.

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  1. Visually is no longer free. My last report came through on the 31st of May.

    Your links are being redirected elsewhere on the Visually site.

    Have you been able to find this service for free?

    • Hello Gareth,

      Thanks for notifying about Visually. Looks like free service is discontinued and for now, I am aware of only Whatagraph and The post is updated with the info.

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