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If you use Google Analytics but have never used the pivot chart, you’re missing out! There are some wonderful insights and cross-analysis opportunities that only a pivot can give you. Plus they’re actually not that hard to get your head round!
Your site exists to serve a purpose and that will be to convert visitors in some form or another. With an in depth knowledge of your company’s user base and working knowledge of some very handy functionality within Google Analytics, you can get closer to the type of activity that resonates with your audience in order to do make them complete more key actions.
In our fourth Koozchat we asked 10 questions about the future of Analytics and 26 experts helped us find some of the best tips and tricks. We’ve compiled their responses below, along with some extra advice from the Koozai team.
The key to a successful website is a satisfied user. You can have all of the users on the internet arriving at your website but unless you can make them happy once they get there, they aren’t going to stay on site, they won’t convert and you can bet your bottom dollar they certainly won’t return.
Back in April 2012 I wrote a piece outlining the new Social Reports in Google Analytics. Since then the Google Analytics team have released so many updates and improvements across the platform that it’s time to have a complete refresher on this area of the reports to help you understand and get the most out of the awesome data that is available.
Google AdWords is a tried and tested method of getting qualified leads to a website. So when you invest heavily into the advertising platform and fail to achieve conversions, it can be incredibly disappointing and frustrating.
SEO is changing, it’s more important than ever to make sure that you are taking the best action for the future, and where better to start than in your target locations? Local SEO is pivotal to many businesses, from small independent shops and services to those with offices or outlets throughout the country and the world.
It is likely, whether you are in the industry or not, you have heard the term ‘cookie’ thrown around here and there – And unfortunately I don’t mean the chocolate chip kind. A cookie is a small text file which is stored in your browser as a means of giving memory to browsers and servers.