CoolaData provides a predefined connection that enables you to upload Facebook Ad data into your CoolaData project in order to integrate it with CoolaData behavioral analytics. This integration enables you to track Facebook engagement and to measure your social media return on investment in order to make better informed decisions and to get the most out of your social media campaigns.

CoolaData automatically uploads the latest Facebook Ads reports from your account once a day and fetches yesterday’s data. New data is appended to the tables stored in CoolaData.

To upload Facebook Ad data into CoolaData –

  1. Follow the instructions in Integrating with Predefined Data Sources and then select Facebook Ads 7-25. The following displays –

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  1. Fill in the following –
    • Integration Name – The name of this integration.
    • [Optional] You can use the Google Project ID and Google Dataset fields to define that CoolaData uploads data from your Facebook Ads account into your own Google project instead of into your CoolaData project. Contact your CoolaData customer success representative for more information.
  1. Click the Connect button.
  2. Enter the Facebook Ads account credentials to be monitored by CoolaData. If you are already logged into your Facebook Ads account in a different window on the same computer, then there is no need to enter your Facebook Ads account credentials. Click the Allow button.Once a day, CoolaData will then integrate the data from the following Facebook Ads reports (containing yesterday’s data) into your project.

Note – If you would like to add additional columns or tables to this integration, then contact your CoolaData customer success representative at support@CoolaData.com.

 The Integration ID (which is part of the file name) is displayed in parentheses in the CoolaData Administrator console, as shown below –

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The first integration process should take place within a few minutes.

After CoolaData has integrated the report in your project, the Status column of the Integrations list shows Data Fetched.

If the integration process fails for any reason, then an indication appears in the Status column of the Integration List.

  1. Data can now be queried using the following syntax.

FaceBookAds_AdAccounts_integrationID

For example, Table Name – FaceBookAds_AdAccounts_4204

date_start TIMESTAMP
date_stop TIMESTAMP
country STRING
source STRING
integrationname STRING
impressions FLOAT
clicks FLOAT
cost FLOAT
date TIMESTAMP
adaccountid STRING

FaceBookAds_AdSets_integrationID

For example, Table Name – FaceBookAds_AdSets_4204

actions FLOAT
unique_actions FLOAT
total_actions FLOAT
total_unique_actions FLOAT
total_action_value FLOAT
impressions FLOAT
social_impressions FLOAT
unique_impressions FLOAT
unique_social_impressions FLOAT
spend FLOAT
frequency FLOAT
deeplink_clicks FLOAT
app_store_clicks FLOAT
website_clicks FLOAT
cost_per_inline_post_engagement FLOAT
cost_per_inline_link_click FLOAT
inline_post_engagement FLOAT
call_to_action_clicks FLOAT
reach FLOAT
ctr FLOAT
unique_ctr FLOAT
unique_link_clicks_ctr FLOAT
cpm FLOAT
cpp FLOAT
cost_per_unique_click FLOAT
estimated_ad_recall_rate_lower_bound FLOAT
estimated_ad_recall_rate_upper_bound FLOAT
cost_per_estimated_ad_recallers FLOAT
canvas_avg_view_time FLOAT
canvas_avg_view_percent FLOAT
adset_id FLOAT
campaign_id FLOAT
account_id FLOAT
date_start STRING
date_stop STRING
effective_status STRING
configured_status STRING
budget_remaining FLOAT
daily_budget FLOAT
name STRING
date TIMESTAMP
id FLOAT
ad_account_id STRING
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