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Your Path to Success
Step 1. Audit & Setup — If you already have Google Analytics (GA) set up, we begin with an audit. We often find that accounts miss critical pieces (such as conversion tracking), or some settings need refinement, making data more accurate and useful. If you don’t currently use GA, we’ll install and configure your account and walk you through the process.
Step 2. Report Dashboards — Take advantage of standard reports, or we can create a customized dashboard with metrics that are most meaningful for your marketing and business management. Your dashboard visually displays data that’s dynamic and shareable.
Step 3. Data Analysis & Review — Data for data’s sake is not useful. We’ll help you glean insights from your GA reports to aid in decision-making and performance tracking, so you avoid expensive errors. Our retainer clients choose from monthly, bi-monthly, or quarterly reviews of their marketing reports.
Marketers are spending more on analytics, representing 8.9% of their budgets. CMOs are doubling their investment in tools and building knowledge, enabling them to make marketing decisions using analytics data.
~ Deloitte Duke Fuqua CMO Survey Aug 2022
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What are the benefits of using Analytics?
Web Analytics provides the necessary information to manage your digital marketing and its performance. Analytics gathers visitor behavior data, helping you enhance user experience (UX) on your website and other marketing channels. Analytics measures how specific web content performs — showing user engagement metrics like bounce rate, time on a page — and how visitors flow through your website. Without this data, you can’t determine which pages contribute the most to your desired outcomes (e.g., form fills, phone calls, etc.) or where improvements are needed. Google Analytics is a robust way to view all types of your marketing metrics, including Ads, SEO, referral opportunities, social media contributions, and more. By relying on data for marketing decisions, you can be more confident in your strategies.
Who owns the data and accounts in
We believe you should own your Google Analytics account and its data. This philosophy applies to any and all accounts for managing your website, online advertising, social media, or other online presence. As your digital marketing partner, you’ll grant us access. All the work that we do on your behalf belongs to you. It doesn’t get any more transparent than that.
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