I’ve been using Google Analytics for large and small organizations for many years, and I LOVE the super rich, free data Google Analytics provides my clients.
Google Analytics is a great tool that you can really harvest some amazing data from. That is, if you know how to setup Google Analytics and read your results.
That’s where I can help.
Get Setup with Google Analytics
While Google Analytics is a free service and pretty easy to setup, unless you know what you’re doing you could be lost by the process pretty quickly. I’ve done hundreds of installs of Google Analytics and would be happy to get you setup and running with your installation of Google Analytics on your own website.
Selecting, Monitoring and Measuring Metrics
that Really Matter
Google Analytics provides a LOT of data on your users, perhaps too much for the average business owner who just wants know if what they’re doing is working. Often I hear that business owners aren’t quite sure what to watch and what it means when certain numbers change.
I can sit down with you, listen to your current business goals and get you a nice tidy list and dashboard of all the numbers you should be measuring to make the most of your Google Analytics data.
Data Diva on Your Side
Get full, rich answers to any questions you may have regarding Google Analytics – from me, your own personal data diva.
One of my favorite things about working with Google Analytics is being able to answer all the “well how does this work” questions that come with the territory. I love being a wealth of information you can tap as you need it, how you want it.
Get Deep Insights for Next Steps
Once I know your business goals, I’ll analize the data Google Analytics collects (one time or on a regular basis for better analysis) and give you pointers on where to go next with things.
Each Google Analytics review I do is not only full of great statistics about your users, but also comes with 3 – 5 Next Steps created by yours truly to keep you going on the right track to success, things like:
- a list of new keywords to use based on what users are searching for
- new content to create to help users along based on what users are searching for that they can’t find
- a list of topics to cover on your blog to increase readership or how long people stay on your website based on content usage
- suggested pages to link together to give your customer the best user experience possible