A lot is determined by Pinterest API and its possible you might need a custom solution if you have specific data you need, but using the API you can get data for different queries. Examples below based on SuperMetrics setup process:
- Query – Pinterest pins for URL (1 Metric)
- Query – Pinterest user data (2 Metrics)
- Metric – Pin Count
- Metric – Follower Count
- Query – Pinterest pins for user (4 Metrics)
- Metric – Board Follower Count
- Metric – Board Pin Count
- Metric – Pinner Follower Count
- Metric – Pinner Pin Count
Power My Analytics offers “Retroactive importing” where you can see the historical data by importing it to their servers. So depending on your needs you can find different solutions. There is one fact that remains and that’s if you are still doing things manually, the time has come to use connectors for APIs to simplify your reporting. Data Studio takes it to the next level with the simplicity and the power visual dashboards.
The simple way to start is by using the Free Trial of SuperMetrics, and if you can get the right report going then that’s excellent. If not, then you need data warehousing or another solution the Power My Analytics is the way to go.