• Google Analytics

A powerful (free!) tracking tool that helps you understand more about who your site visitors are and how they get there.

What does Google Analytics do?

Google Analytics can help you grasp an understanding of how your customers locate, browse, and behave while visiting your website. With this knowledge, you are able to plan ways forward that are tailored to your business, such as creating specific goals to measure performance, identifying who visits your website and tailoring your content to market to them, and much more.

Demographics

Learn which genders and age groups respond better to your website and marketing.

Traffic Sources

What’s driving, or holding back, your success? Is it Social Media, Email, Organic Search, Paid search or other?

Mobile Impact

Mobile is important, but exactly what impact is it having on your online marketing and website?

Page Performance

Discover which pages drive conversions and are generating your leads & sales. Find out what pages keep cause your visitors to stay or go.

Geography

Do visitor locations match your marketing targets? Where are your visitors, and which regions perform better?

Conversions

Understand what drives forms being filled, online sales, phone number clicks, PDF downloads, social interactions and more.

How can we help you?

Exactly how we help depends on your existing knowledge of Google Analytics, and how much you want to do on your own. From setting up your Google Analytics account and implementing full conversion tracking, to providing training on how best to use it and set up reports that you are interested in. Our goal is to get you using Google Analytics to benefit your online activity.

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