Your Google Analytics account contains a wealth of data about how people are finding your website, what they do when they get there and how your website is performing in terms of helping you meet your business goals. Read on to discover 5 tips for making the most of your Google Analytics data.
Google Analytics provides a huge amount of information about your web traffic, visitor behaviour and more. For free! Watch a video and discover some best practices that will help you make the most of your Google Analytics data.
Watch a 2.5 minute video and find out how to segment your Google Analytics data to view how many of your Google organic visits come from people using mobile devices.
It’s now been over five years since I started Click-Winning Content and in June I celebrated five years as an AdWords partner.
In September I attended the Google Analytics 2014 User Conference in Melbourne, which was organised by Loves Data. I love that Google brings this conference to Melbourne! The awesome keynote speaker was Google’s Digital Evangelist Avinash Kaushik.
Watch this brand spanking new Google Analytics 101 video and find out how to give someone else access to your your Google Analytics account, without having to share your password.
Discover how to access Google Analytics Real Time Stats and find out what’s happening on your website Right Now!
In the past few months Google changed the structure of user permissions within Analytics. Find out more about the new user types and how access across the different levels of Analytics is controlled.
Due to a change made to Google Analytics in April 2014, Visits are now called Sessions and Unique Visitors are now called Users. Watch a short video to find out where this impacts the data within your account. If you’ve already signed up to access the full FREE Google Analytics 101 Video series, please take […]
Recent news about the Heartbleed bug reminded me how important it is to keep your Google account secure. In their article on The Heartbleed Hit List: The Passwords You Need to Change Right Now, Mashable confirms that: Google said users do not need to change their passwords, but because of the previous vulnerability, better safe than sorry. […]