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Google Analytics Consultant

Unsure of your current data and reports? I get it, there’s a lot to look at. If you’re interested in learning more about Google Analytics continue reading below or feel free to get in touch with any questions you might have.

Need Help With Google Analytics?

Google Analytics tells a story about your users. Find which pages, content and ideas are resonating with your audience and do more of what works.

If you’re looking to take a data-driven approach to your sales and marketing campaigns, feel free to get in touch with any questions or queries about hiring a Google Analytics Consultant.

Visitor Demographics

Learn about your website visitors - where they are in the world and how you can improve your site for their interactions.

Average Session

Average time on website is an important factor for making future decisions on what to keep and what to improve.

Channel Acquisition

Find out where you visitors are arriving from, websites, email campaigns, PPC advertising and more.

Wordpress Installation

Wordpress is one of the most popular website builders, this site was made 100% on WordPress, G.A. is an easy integration.

Bounce Rate

Bounce rate, is a metric associated with the total number of pages visited per user. Typically a lower number is better.

Social Media

Have a Facebook page or Instagram account that is generating you traffic? Take a peak where users migrate from.

Link Clicks

Track button clicks and landing page navigation in order to easily understand what your audience is most interested in.

Conversion Tracking

A 'conversion' can be anything from a sale, lead, or any other KPI metric that is influential in your business.

SEO Optimization

If you like throwing spaghetti at the wall to see what sticks, don't use Google Analytics data for SEO insights.

What Is a Google Analytics Consultant

A Google Analytics consultant is someone who helps businesses to use the data from Google Analytics to improve their website and marketing campaigns. They can help you to analyze the data to see what is working and what is not, and use this information to make changes that will boost your website traffic and ROI.

What Is Google Analytics

Google Analytics is a free web analytics service offered by Google that tracks and reports website traffic. It allows you to see how people interact with your website so that you can make changes and improvements. You can track everything from the number of visitors to your site, to where they came from and what they did while there.

But how can this help your business?

Your marketing data can show you what’s working and what’s not. You can use this information to make changes to your website and marketing campaigns that will boost your overall website visitors, retain them and engage in activities that boost ROI. Google Analytics is an essential tool for any business that wants to succeed online.

How to use website data to boost your sales

One of the best ways to use Google Analytics data is to look at which pages are the most popular on your website and then use this information to create more content that is focused on these topics. You can also use this data to improve your website design and user experience. If you see that people are leaving your site after visiting a certain page, you can make changes to that page to try and keep them on your site for longer.

You can also use your website data to improve your marketing campaigns. If you see that a particular campaign is not performing well, you can dive through the data to see where the ‘sticking points’ are. You can also use this data to determine where your customers are coming from and focus your marketing efforts on the channels that bring in the most sales.

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Here are Some Frequently asked

Questions & Answers

If you’re looking to DIY, Monster Insights is a great 3rd party WordPress plugin that makes installation quick and easy.

Yes! Multiple users can be added to any Google Analytics account to take a peak inside and offer valuable insights and reports. Users can have varying permission levels such as ‘read-only’ all the way up to ‘admin’ privalages. 

In order for Google Analytics to function properly a small snippet of code needs to be inserted on the website. I assure you however, you do not need to be a developer or know programming in 95% of cases. 

While certain hosting companies are faster than others and offer more support for websites, it does not typically make a difference as Google Analytics is offered as a free tool.

Get In Touch Below and I’d be glad to help walk you through the necessary steps to start tracking and reading your data analytics!

Need a demo? Get in touch below and I’d be glad to walk you through some of the most popular reports and data-insights.

Absolutely! I can not only help you get conversion tracking set up but make sure it’s customized to your industry and your key performance indicators (pre-sale metrics).

Yes, Google Analytics can be installed on almost all modern DIY-website builders (Squarespace and Wix included)

When Do You Need a Google Analytics Consultant

If you want to use Google Analytics to improve your website and marketing campaigns, then you may need the help of a Google Analytics consultant. A consultant can help you to analyse the data to see what is working and what is not, and use this information to make changes that will boost your website traffic and ROI.

If you are not sure how to use the data from Google Analytics, or if you are not getting the results that you want, then a consultant can help you to get the most out of this powerful tool. They can also help you to set up Google Analytics so that you can track your website traffic in the most effective way.

Google Analytics Support & Tutorials

Whether you need help with setting up Google Analytics, tutorials or expedited learning, I would be glad to chat further. Browse articles below about Google Analytics to see if your question has been answered. Please note that with the rollout of GA4, some of the articles below will be walking you through the legacy reporting features.


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