Let’s face it. Who has the time to sift through statistics every month to find the gems that will help turn your website into a business machine?
We do. And the funny thing is, we actually enjoy it.
Installation & Setup
It’s important that Analytics is installed correctly on your website, has the right filters added to prevent other sites stealing your code (and artificially inflating your numbers), emails the monthly snapshot PDF to your inbox, and tracks social media visitors.
It should also hook into your Google Webmaster Tools account to correctly rtack the right area.
Monitoring and Monthly Analysis
Using our Supporter package, we can take the grunt work out of monthly analysis and email you an easy-to-understand report each month, highlighting the key areas that your site is either under-performing or is doing well in. We also recently passed the Digital Analytics Fundamentals course.
Let Us Take Care of You
While you focus on growing your business, we can make sure things run smoothly. We have 2 packages available for you, which will cover the basics with a splash of Google thrown in.
* Content only, does not include images
** As they are released
We already have several clients utilizing these packages. Why not join them for peace of mind?
Spotting trouble early is important as it can avoid many months’ work trying to play “catch up”. On the other hand, identifying strong points (e.g. keyword phrases, click-throughs from important websites) can help to build further on what is already working such as more blog posts using your top keyword phrases.
We can also make sure it correctly tracks your eCommerce transactions and set up “goals” to track specific actions.
One Time Review?
Sure, no problem. Let us review your Google Analytics and tell you where your site is performing and where it is not quite up to snuff. We can also handle setting up Google AdWords (pay-per-click) campaigns and making sure your location is correctly listed in Google Places.
We’d all like to get to grips with Google and tame that monster, wouldn’t we?