Google Analytics can be used for much more than just basic web measurement. In this post Julien Coquet describes a few creative ways to use Google Analytics.
Another listicle post (a short-form of writing that uses a list as its thematic structure, but is fleshed out with […]
Thousands of marketers use Google Analytics as an overview of website performance. However many may not use custom segmentation, which […]
Did you know you can configure Google Analytics to send you custom alerts when something happens on your website? Learn all about custom Intelligence Events alerts from this article on State of Digital.
Time to move on from page impressions and bounce rates. What are the real meaningful metrics to keep an eye on in 2016? Per Pettersson suggests a few.
How long has it been since you’ve audited your Google Analytics account? In this post Per Pettersson outlines a number of must-do checks on your analytics account.
Engagement is an elusive concept in digital marketing that refuses to be clearly defined. In this post Barry Adams offers some metrics that can help you identify what drives engagement with your content, so you can learn what works and what doesn’t.
Polly Pospelova shows how Google Analytics Treemaps report allows to see a graphical representation of incoming traffic and instantly compare performance.
Most marketers stick to basic web analytics reports and rarely venture to the advanced features of their web analytics platform. In this post Andy Miller shows the power of a more advanced Google Analytics feature: multi channel funnel reports.
Find out how to get the most out of GA and show the value of SEO by looking at revenue and traffic generated from this channel.