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What Can Google Analytics Do for Me

Posted by Nikki Wardle on Jan 26, 2018 11:56:00 AM

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As long as there have been websites on the internet, there have been people surprised that they can't just put up a website and immediately have visitors flock to their URL. 

Building a website is just a first step. Now, you must appease the search engine gods so that your super awesome site can be on page one of the SERPs (Search Engine Results Page) when users are looking for your product or service.

So how does one go about getting such data?

Google Analytics, of course.

How to Utilize Google Analytics for Lead Generation

Posted by Sarah Wai on Aug 22, 2016 9:00:00 AM


How do you measure the success of your website and campaigns? Is it by the amount of traffic? Or qualified leads? General visitor data? How you examine and act on the metrics of your website and campaigns is crucial to the success of your company. Keeping track of your visitors is imperative if you are to grow and expand your reach. However, how you track them ultimately depends on your end goals. In this blog, we want to focus on the key areas of Google Analytics that we think are essential if your end goal is increasing your qualified leads. There are other key areas for different end goals, but for now, we want to focus on this component.

Learn How Visitors Navigate Your Website

Posted by Robert Wulff on Sep 30, 2014 10:30:00 AM


If you own a website, you probably have a thorough understanding of the struggles in best optimizing your website to maximize traffic. It is essential that you not only understand how your users find and navigate your website but also how users are currently using your website so that you can make the necessary changes to increase your conversions.

Learn How Visitors Traverse Your Website

Posted by Wally Narwhal on Jul 1, 2013 4:22:00 PM


Many of you who have your own website know the many struggles that can go into finding out how you can best maximize it’s effectiveness. It is important that you not only understand what you want your users to do when they get to your website, but also how users are currently using your website so that you can make the necessary changes to maximize your conversions.

Metrics for Online Marketing

Posted by Wally Narwhal on Apr 3, 2013 3:46:00 PM


If you’re a business owner in today’s ever-changing and fast-paced marketplace, then you most likely have an online presence (if you don’t know what that is, then I feel that you must sincerely question how you stumbled across this blog). Having an online presence can mean quite a few things including having a website, having a social media presence, or even having Google+ classifying your business for you. The bottom line is: the ubiquity of the Internet has made it nearly impossible to compete in today’s marketplace without having some sort of online presence.