The ability to export blog post data with filters applied

I would really love to see the ability to export more segmented blog post data. As it stands it seems that the only thing you can export is a whole list of blog posts and their views/clicks/etc. I know you can apply filters in the system but you can't export a spreadsheet with those filters applied, and that would be extremely helpful for reporting purposes - specifically to be able to parse out those views/clicks/etc. by topic or tag. That way marketers & teams can see what topics are resonating most, and even improve their writing or the knowledge they're providing in the areas that aren't.

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kmccabe
New Contributor

Baffles me that this is not possible, not just to export with a filter but that the filter data is not at all present in the download. 

 

I'm trying to understand which blog posts for a particular topic are most/least successful. I can see a view of this in Blog > Analyze > All Posts, filter by tag. But when I export the data so I can see more than 10 at a time, the tag data disappears. 

 

I have no way right now to accomplish these objectives, which are pretty important for a blog:

  1. Understand most/least successful posts for a particular tag
  2. Track overall readership by topic so we know which topics to ramp up and which to maybe revamp/retire
  3. Understand most/least successful posts for an author (some of our authors have written hundreds of posts)

Strangely I can download campaign information in the export, so it's even more bizarre to me that the other data is not included. Would this be easy to add?

 

Jtinney
New Contributor

I would really love to see the ability to export more segmented blog post data. As it stands it seems that the only thing you can export is a whole list of blog posts and their views/clicks/etc. I know you can apply filters in the system but you can't export a spreadsheet with those filters applied, and that would be extremely helpful for reporting purposes - specifically to be able to parse out those views/clicks/etc. by topic or tag. That way marketers & teams can see what topics are resonating most, and even improve their writing or the knowledge they're providing in the areas that aren't.

Jfrofleming
New Contributor

Beyond just being a "nice-to-have", this just became a "must-have" for our company as we are creating a seperate resources library for our clients, and need to export our blog data ALONG WITH TAGS and I am completely incredulous to have just discovered that Hubspot does not currently allow us to export a complete report of our own blog data. Without including tag data and other meta data, the ability to access and export our own blog data is essentially being blocked by Hubspot. 

 

Please fix asap, Hubspot. 

ninna_lauridsen
Occasional Contributor

I badly need this feature, too. It would be great to see this happen soon.

JackieLalley
New Contributor

We desperately need this! And it seems like it should be possible given the fact that the data is there!

gisellebardwell
New Contributor

I'd like to second this notion! We desperately need it. I've just spent valuable time doing this manually and it is a bear. Tags should be included in your blog post export. 

SaschaN
Occasional Contributor

Same here.  We need a blog post export including Tags desperately! Any news on this @Hubspot ?

Court2711
New Contributor

I would love this option as well!! 

christrauter
New Contributor

This feature is an absolute no-brainer. Please make this possible ASAP.

StevenBakker
Occasional Contributor

Make it rain, HubSpot!

SaschaN
Occasional Contributor

Hi all,

as there is no reaction from Hubspot since more than a year and I struggled with the same topic as well (and also got no support from Hubspot) I found a workaround / solution.

 

Click the tab Reports and Analytics Tools and select Website Analytics.

Select the page type, adjust filter if needed and choose if you need to add unpublished pages as well. 

Next, hit the Export button.

Choose CSV file format (XLS or XLSX will work as well) and Hubspot generates an export file as zip for Download.

Open the ZIP file and have a look at the file cms-pages-table-export.

Et voilá - you should find every information we all searched for. And you can filter, adjust and calculate whatever you want.

 

This export file fits at least 95% of all my needs regarding export data.

Hope that helps for some of you. Smiley Happy

 

Sascha

 

StevenBakker
Occasional Contributor

What they said^. This feature would save us tons of time! Thanks, Halligan!