Shape's Advertising Data Infrastructure (ADI) combines data from our robust PPC API with a powerful, managed data warehouse.
A PPC data warehouse is a large repository for current and historical data from sources across an organization. A data warehouse can be used to analyze historical data across a large, diverse set of data simultaneously.
Learn how to activate your Shape Data Warehouse including free and paid data views.
Learn the key differences between Tables and Views in the Shape Data Warehouse.
A Shape Data Warehouse can be activated for anyone using Shape. Learn about the differences between free and paid Views in Shape.
Below you'll find a full list of the data views available via Shape's ADI including descriptions of each and applicable ad networks.
When you enable your Shape Advertising Data Infrastructure (ADI), Shape automatically generates a Google BigQuery data warehouse. Learn how to access and analyze your PPC data in BigQuery or send it to other BI and reporting products.
BigQuery offers a direct integration with Data Studio. Learn how to pull your Shape Data Warehouse data into Data Studio in a few steps.
BigQuery offers a direct integration with Data Studio. If you're working in Data Studio, learn how to add your Shape Data Warehouse data from Google BigQuery in a few easy steps.
Learn how to connect data from Shape's ADI to Google Data Studio to quickly create cross-channel reports and tools.
Learn more about how to import data from your Shape Data Warehouse into Google Sheets using the BigQuery Connector.
Learn more about how to connect data from your BigQuery Data Warehouse to popular Business Intelligence Tools
Learn how to grant team members or third-party users to access your BigQuery data warehouse.
The Shape ADI makes metrics from 7 ad networks available to digital advertisers including conversion and conversion-related metrics. Different ad platforms measure/report on conversions differently which is why Shape has put together this guide to give more insight into finding/using the conversion metrics you are looking for.