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ANALYTICS

“it’s all about the numbers

Analytics provides you with valuable information on how your website is performing and is a great guide on what parts of your site are working and what parts need attention

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Analytics

it’s all about the numbers

One of the most interesting areas of Digital Marketing I get involved with is the numbers.

Web analytics is the measurement, collection, analysis and reporting of web data for purposes of understanding and optimising web usage. However, Web analytics is not just a process for measuring web traffic but can be used as a tool for business and market research, and to assess and improve the effectiveness of a website.

Web analytics applications can also help companies measure the results of traditional print or broadcast advertising campaigns. It helps one to estimate how traffic to a website changes after the launch of a new advertising campaign.

Web analytics provides information about the number of visitors to a website and the number of page views. It helps gauge traffic and popularity trends which is useful for market research.

Basic Steps of the Web Analytics Process

Most web analytics processes down to four essential stages or steps, which are:

Collection of Data

This stage is the collection of the basic, elementary data.

Usually, this data is counts of things. The objective of this stage is to gather the data.

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Processing of Data

This stage usually take counts and make them ratios, although there still may be some counts.

The objective of this stage is to take the data and conform it into information, specifically metrics.

Developing KPI

This stage focuses on using the ratios (and counts) and infusing them with business strategies.

Many times, KPIs deal with conversion aspects, but not always. It depends on the organisation.

Formulating online strategy

This stage is concerned with the online goals, objectives, and standards for the organisation or business.

These strategies are usually related to making money, saving money, or increasing market share.

Each stage impacts or can impact (i.e., drives) the stage preceding or following it. So, sometimes the data that is available for collection impacts the online strategy. Other times, the online strategy affects the data collected.

Google Analytics

Google Analytics provides a huge amount of information about what is going on with the website.

Information such as visitor locations, what your visitors are searching for, what your best content is, what is your worst performing page, your visitor device breakdown, your visitor demographic and so on.

Combined with the Google Search Console (Webmaster Tools as it was previously known), give you just about all the information you need.

Well, that’s not the whole story. In terms of analysis, I also use Majestic, SEMRush and an array of other useful tools to tell me all about the website performance, keywords, competitor analysis, page ranking, it goes on and on.

I really enjoy filtering through the analytics, as its the BEST range of tools to use to decide on what to do with your site, where your customers are coming from, what they do on your site.

One of the most interesting areas of Digital Marketing I get involved with is the numbers.

Web analytics is the measurement, collection, analysis and reporting of web data for purposes of understanding and optimising web usage. However, Web analytics is not just a process for measuring web traffic but can be used as a tool for business and market research, and to assess and improve the effectiveness of a website. Web analytics applications can also help companies measure the results of traditional print or broadcast advertising campaigns. It helps one to estimate how traffic to a website changes after the launch of a new advertising campaign. Web analytics provides information about the number of visitors to a website and the number of page views. It helps gauge traffic and popularity trends which is useful for market research.

Basic Steps of the Web Analytics Process

Most web analytics processes down to four essential stages or steps, which are:

Collection of Data

This stage is the collection of the basic, elementary data.

Usually, this data is counts of things. The objective of this stage is to gather the data.

i

Processing of Data into Information

This stage usually take counts and make them ratios, although there still may be some counts.

.The objective of this stage is to take the data and conform it into information, specifically metrics.

Developing KPI

This stage focuses on using the ratios (and counts) and infusing them with business strategies.

Many times, KPIs deal with conversion aspects, but not always. It depends on the organisation.

Formulating online strategy

This stage is concerned with the online goals, objectives, and standards for the organisation or business.

These strategies are usually related to making money, saving money, or increasing market share.

Each stage impacts or can impact (i.e., drives) the stage preceding or following it. So, sometimes the data that is available for collection impacts the online strategy. Other times, the online strategy affects the data collected.

Google Analytics

Google Analytics provides a huge amount of information about what is going on with the website, such as visitor locations, what your visitors are searching for, what your best content is, what is your worst performing page, your visitor device breakdown, you visitor demographic and so on.

Combined with the Google Search Console (Webmaster Tools as it was previously known), give you just about all the information you need.

Well, that’s not the whole story. In terms of analysis, I also use Majestic, SEMRush and an array of other useful tools to tell me all about the website performance, keywords, competitor analysis, page ranking, it goes on and on.

I really enjoy filtering through the analytics, as its the BEST range of tools to use to decide on what to do with your site, where your customers are coming from, what they do on your site.

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