Blueprint - Google Webmaster Tools
The most granular data is daily with weekly and monthly views available as well.
Blueprint is based in part of Google Webmaster Tools data. How is Blueprint different from logging into Google Webmaster Tools directly?
Blueprint combines the data in various ways and provides insight and recommendations based on the resulting analysis. For instance, Google Webmaster Tools shows data about queries individually and Blueprint categorizes queries so you can see trends for different audiences and topics. Google Webmaster Tools only shows data for the past 90 days, but with Blueprint you can access all historical data (beginning with 90 days before you sign up).
There is no limit on the number of categories that can be created. The right number of categories depends on your site’s topics and audiences. Too few categories and you won’t be able to see patterns. Too many categories and the data will be too granular. We’ll work with you to set up the right number of categories for balanced insight.
Blueprint imports the most recent data available from Google webmaster tools each evening. What you see in Blueprint is the latest data available from webmaster tools (which is typically about 4 days behind). Occasionally, a particular day is not available in Google webmaster tools. In these instances, Blueprint skips that day (and reports that it’s missing) and imports it when it is available.
Blueprint segments queries into categories to provide insights based on patterns. Blueprint does this through a combination of automated and manual configuration. It’s not based on a finite list of queries, but rather all queries that match configured patterns (of both inclusion and exclusion) are sorted into corresponding categories.