WordPress connector

SyncHub supercharges your WordPress account by freeing your data for advanced reports and analysis. Simply connect your WordPress account to our hosted data warehouse, then start reporting using your favourite reporting tools like PowerBI, Tableau or Microsoft Excel.

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How it works

Get your WordPress data into your favourite reporting tool in just two minutes and three easy steps.

1 2 3 Connect WordPress to SyncHub

Securely connect your cloud software to SyncHub and we'll do the rest.

1 2 3 We sync your data automatically

SyncHub incrementally syncs your data and stages it in a managed data warehouse. We check for changes so you don't have to.

1 2 3 Connect your reporting tool

Use reporting tools like Excel, Tableau or Power BI to connect to your data warehouse and build sophisticated reports and dashboards.

What data do you need from WordPress?

Our simple data structures make your reporting a breeze

 Category
 Clicked outbound link
 Comment
 Downloaded file
 Media
 Played video
 Post
 Post category
 Post media
 Post tag
 Stats summary
 Subscriber
 Tag
 User
 Viewed post
 Views by country
Explore the full WordPress data model here

Frequently asked questions

With SyncHub, you can create any report you like. This is because (unlike other reporting tools) we give you access to your raw WordPress data. If you don't already have a reporting tool, grab one of our recommended ones then use its standard Database Connector to connect to SyncHub and begin pulling down your data.
SyncHub can poll WordPress as frequently as every five minutes, however this capability may be limited by the amount of data you have and/or the type of plan you have with WordPress. The best way to find out is to simply grab a free trial of SyncHub, connect WordPress, then see for yourself.
SyncHub will (E)xtract your raw data from WordPress and (L)oad it into your data warehouse. We do not (T)ransform your data, however we do change its structure to the extent required to store it in a normalized, relational database so that you can report on it easily. Data (T)ransforms, such as monthly rollups, are left to you as the report-writer.
There are many ways to query data from WordPress - CSV exports, Native Reports, API access etc. But for all but the most trivial reports, you need a staging service like SyncHub to ensure performance and uptime. See our detailed breakdown here to understand where a tool like SyncHub fits into your analytics stack.
SyncHub steps in where out-of-the-box reporting solutions fall over. We don't presume to know the questions you need of your data, and thus we don't provide any reports. What we do give you is raw data - as pure as possible - so you can build the reports that you need for your business.
Yes! That's exactly what SyncHub was designed for. Just use the standard Database Connector from your reporting tool to connect to SyncHub and start bringing in your data.
No. SyncHub is a reporting tool and cannot reflect changes back to your cloud application.
We currently sync Category, Clicked outbound link, Comment, Downloaded file, Media, Played video, Post, Post category, Post media, Post tag, Stats summary, Subscriber, Tag, User, Viewed post and Views by country (see our Data Model for full details). If there's something else you need just ask.
Your WordPress data is stored in its own dedicated data warehouse, hosted in our Microsoft Azure Sydney Data Center. If you'd like it stored somewhere else (even your own servers), just enquire about our BYOD (bring-your-own-database) option.
Absolutely. Every customer gets their very own isolated data warehouse. Database credentials are salt-encrypted...multi-factor authentication can be activated for your account...we take security very seriously.

About WordPress

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WordPress is a free and open source content management system (CMS) based on PHP and MySQL. It is the most widely-used CMS software in the world and it powers more than 30% of the top 10 million websites, giving it an estimated 60% market share of all sites using a CMS. WordPress started as just a blogging system in 2003, but has evolved to be used as full content management system and so much more through the thousands of plugins and widgets and themes.