How to Get Your Website Traffic Report in Infographic Format for Free

Website Traffic Infographic

By far Google Analytics is one of the best solution to track your website stats. And If you don’t know about GA I suggest you to read, What is GA : Free WebSite Stats Program

Google analytics makes it very easy to track every single element of your traffic. You simply have to connect your website with GA and you are all set, GA will start monitoring every single visitor. You can even use GA for tracking your Apps stats, and check the live stats of your website. There is also an amazing option to schedule your GA report to your email. Which saves a lot of time and gives an over views of traffic stats.

How about receiving Website traffic report as Infographic?

It will surely be Great. As it makes your data look more interesting and desirable to read. If your GA report is sent as Infographic than it will help you understand your traffic stats more easily. Imagine every morning you receive cool visuals of your GA report and you are analyzing it while having coffee. Isn’t it cool?

Yes, Visually have made it possible!

What is is a amazing platform that helps you to represent your data as Infographics. Its brings passionate  Marketing Gurus, Data Nerds and Design Junkies based on shared interest. Its a community of about  35,000 designers using Visually.

Visually makes it easy to tell your story as data. Which can help drive traffic to your website, and amplify Social Media Presence.

Visually can be proved to be very useful for:

  • Agencies
  • Brands
  • Organizations
  • Business

How to create custom Infographic for your GA Report?

Here I will share the tutorial, using it you can get your Google analytics stats report in infographic format. This is very useful, if you publish traffic report on your blog, as it will make your report visually appealing. You can also use this infographic on your blog social media profile, for engagement and share your traffic stats with your readers. So, lets go ahead with this guide:

Go to Google Analytics Report Page

Click Sign-in Securely,


A popup box will appear asking you to sign up or sign-in. If you don’t have account than sign-up  and click continue else Sign-in. After clicking “CREATE MY ACCOUNT”, you will be taken to your Google account where you will be asked to grant access to your Google analytics account.

Note: Make sure its the same GA account in which your website is associated.

Simple click “Grant access”

Grant Access to

On the next Page, Select the website for which you want visual traffic summary of your website performance.

Wait for some time, At the right hand side of your screen visually will display the Infographic of your website’ traffic stats.

 Now you have your graphical presentation of your GA report! What to do now?

  • You download this report on your hard disk.
  • You can share this report on twitter, Facebook and Google+

As I told you in the beginning of this post that you can even receive infographic of your GA weekly report. So simply click  “SEND REPORT WEEKLY”.

Visually options

And that’s it, no more Process. You’re all set to receive your weekly Analytics report better than ever. Check your inbox. I liked the idea of receiving traffic report weekly directly in the inbox, and in a format which makes more sense. This stats infographic will give many important details like how much traffic has improved, which social site is sending you more traffic and few more details, which will help you to make a better strategy for coming days. The best of all, this service is completely free.

Go ahead try and get your blog stats in infographic format for free. If you know similar services, do let me know via comments. If you find this tutorial useful, do consider sharing it on Facebook and Google plus.

This is a guest post by Raj from Weppot. If you would like to write for ShoutMeLoud, check guest posting guidelines.

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  1. says

    Great to see Analytics reports in the form of Infographics. I finished mapping my site as explained in the well explained tutorial. Hope to receive reports every week.