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As soon as you come on board, our journey begins. Why?
Because you’ll quickly realize that the way I deliver my Google Analytics services is what differentiates me as an expert.
I make it personal. I don’t cut corners.
I get right to the heart of the issue and advise you straight up on where you stand and how you can improve. And then I execute.
Give me 60 days. I’ll revamp your Google Analytics.
I’m pretty confident in the tactics that I use in order to increase the conversion rate of my clients with Analytics. Here are some of the attributes I bring to the table when crafting YOUR campaign:
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You need someone who knows the ins and outs of Google Analytics. You need someone with experience and proven results to manage your campaigns. I am that expert to help you take your metrics to the next level.
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GOOGLE ANALYTICS FAQs
What is a Google Analytics Expert?
A Google Analytics expert is a professional that breaks down different kinds of information and data related to the site’s performances and visitors’ preferences. This way they help digital marketing managers have the right kind of site-reports at their disposal to get the expected outcomes.
Is Google Analytics free to use?
The standard version of Google Analytics is completely free to use. However, Google does offer a premium product called Google Analytics 360 (previously Google Analytics Premium), which costs US$150,000.
There’s no reason to pay for Google Analytics 360 unless you’re starting to hit some of the limits of the free version such as max hits, sample size and exported rows of data
What kind of Google Analytics data can I access?
Google Analytics allows you to access the following data reports: audience, behavior, acquisition and conversion.
What are goals?
In Google Analytics, conversions are known as “goals”. They are the specific, measurable actions that users take on your website. If you want to be able to leverage Google Analytics’ conversion reports, you need to set up, at the very least, a basic goal.
Though it may be immensely rewarding to see an influx of traffic to your website, what matters most is whether or not you can convert that traffic.
Can I use Analytics to measure my AdSense campaigns?
Yes, it is possible to manage and track your accomplishments of Google AdSense by using Google Analytics.
What is benchmarking?
Benchmarking is an insightful tool in Google Analytics that compares your site’s performance to previous results and to your industry’s average. It provides valuable context to your business, gives insights into industry trends, and helps to compare your indicators to competitors.
Can I save money with Google Analytics?
If used correctly, interpreting the data within analytics can save you money by making you realize which marketing channels are working, and which ones need improvement, or can be dropped.
How can I identify the keywords that bring my site paid traffic?
There’s a tool in Google Analytics called Keyword Column, where you can see the traffic that is coming from organic and paid sources.
Which is more important to consider? Bounce rate or exit rate?
Both are equally essential when measuring the site performance, however, their importance relies upon the quantity of components like a high leave rate of a contact page/thanks page or a channel’s end page.
Do I need gtag.js?
The global site tag (gtag.js) provides a framework for streamlined web page tagging – giving you better control while making implementation easier.
By using gtag.js, you will be able to benefit from the latest measurement features and integrations as they become available.
What is bounce rate in Analytics?
The bounce rate in Google Analytics represents a single-page session. More technically, Google Analytics defines the bounce rate as a user that sent a single request to the Google Analytics server during their session.
This is because some custom events in Google Analytics can also send requests to the server even if a user only visits one page.
How does Google Analytics attribute conversions?
Google Analytics attributes conversions on a last-interaction model. This means the last source that led people to your website before a conversion occurs is credited with that conversion.
What are some cons to Google Analytics?
Despite the massive advantages, Google Analytics does have some disadvantages to its use. Firstly, visitors can block their tracking within their browser settings, you need to have customization in order to get the maximum value and Analytics samples data for higher traffic websites.
How can I find out the sources of traffic to my website?
A Google Analytics Expert is a professional that is responsible for analyzing and reviewing the metrics that exist in a company’s Google Analytics in order to build optimal marketing campaigns. They also dig deep into site visitors and find out different information related to visitors’ inclinations and demographics to run a campaign without any ambiguity.
It’s one thing to know how many people are visiting your site, and another thing to know how they are getting there. This information can be found pretty easily in your dashboard under ‘Acquisition > Channels.’