Introducing Rivery support for four new data sources, now available for all users: Redshift as a source, AdRoll, Google Search Console (GSC), and Pinterest.
Redshift as a source: You can now integrate data from a Redshift database into a cloud target using Rivery.
Learn more about Redshift as a source in Rivery including how to configure, connect, pull data, and more about different River features for this new source.
AdRoll is a marketing platform for e-commerce brands. It provides tools for email marketing, AI-driven product recommendations, and cross-channel measurement.
Rivery’s new AdRoll API connector enables you to pull data from their CRUD API (Create, Read, Update, Delete). Within it, you can pull reports on ads, campaigns, and subset info within them.
This includes variables such as campaign attributes, advertisers, campaign segments, audience segments, campaign adgroups and more.
Google Search Console is a free service offered by Google that helps you monitor, maintain, and troubleshoot your site’s presence in Google Search results.
Within Search Console, you can confirm that Google can find and crawl your site, fix indexing issues, view a variety of traffic data, and more.
Learn more about configuring a Google Search Console connection in Rivery or explore our step-by-step guide on getting data from Google Search Console with Rivery.
Pinterest is a platform for posting pins and advertising. By using Pinterest, you can manage your profile, advertisers, and receive analytical information about your activity.
With Rivery, you can now automatically extract and manage your Pinterest metadata, such as campaigns, pins, advertisers, and more.
The Rivery platform currently offers 100+ OOTB data connectors as well as on-demand API support for any additional data source. Don’t hesitate to contact the team if you have any questions, feedback, or need further guidance on how to leverage these new data sources!