The University of the West of Scotland (UWS) has invited Aillum along as a guest speaker to deliver a Presentation and Question / Answer session to its Business Intelligence Honours year students, who are focusing on Web Analytics as part of their final year.

As well as studying Web Analytics as part of their final, several students have chosen to make it the focus of their final year project, with analysis on how it can be used to benefit SMEs and other organisations.

The subjects of Web Analytics and Conversion Rate Optimisation are becoming increasingly important today, with companies aiming to refine their online activities in an attempt to increase their impact on business objectives. With increased competition online, improved technologies and a growth in online marketing channels, it’s imperative that companies focus their resources on driving up conversions, interactions and engagements for improved ROI, rather than a sole focus on driving up traffic levels.

We’re now considering a number of options on how to deliver such a presentation to ensure maximum benefit to the students, with one option being to tackle the Students Coursework ourselves using a live client, to give the students a real life example of the benefits of Web Analytics.

We’ll of course post an update after the presentation, to let you know if we survived!

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Brian Tait

About Brian Tait

Having been involved in and around the web since the late 1990's, Brian went on to setup Aillum Ltd in 2010. While he spends much of his time advocating the use of Analytics and the general use of data to improve online performance, he's also an experienced coder, online marketer, and an MBA graduate - and can often be found dabbling in and contributing to those fields and other related projects / ventures around the web.

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