Get To Know Your Visitors

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Usually operators of websites are interested in their visitors. What are their interests? How old are they? It is obvious that this kind of information is hard to evaluate through surveys. Google Analytics provides demographic reports for quite some time. To use demographic reports, the following steps are necessary: 1. …

Using Real-Time Reports in Google Analytics

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Google Analytics offers real-time reports to monitor activities on your website as they happen. We show you how to use these reports to gain meaningful insights. Testing of Email Campaigns When you are creating an email campaign and link to website, you should attach UTM parameters to your links, so …

Overview of New Features in Google Analytics

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In the last couple of days Google has announced various new features for Google Analytics. To give you an overview, we would like to present three improvements: Demographics and interest reports are now available for mobile apps Dynamic remarketing available for all verticals Benchmarking Demographics and Interest Reports for Mobile …

Google Tag Manager Update

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Google has refreshed Tag Manager’s user interface which makes the tool more powerful and easier to use. Here are 6 facts you need to know about the update. 1. Only New Accounts The new UI is only usable for new accounts. You can access the new UI at http://tagmanager.google.com/, which …

Event-driven Notifications with Google Analytics

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If you are responsible for the Google Analytics accounts, you know you cannot have Google Analytics open in the browser and actively monitor the activities 24/7. But you would like to stay posted on traffic spikes or conversion drops so you can react quickly. In Google Analytics there are “Custom …

Google Tag Manager: Tracking of AJAX Forms

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If you want to track forms that are loaded and sent through AJAX, you will face two obstacles: You have to wait for the elements that are loaded through AJAX The default action of buttons and links is prevented We show you how you can track such forms using Google Tag …

Google Analytics Benchmarks: Comparison With Your Competition

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Did you ever wonder what the web analytics data of your competitors might look like? Then, you might be interested that Google has announced to make benchmarks for many industries available. But these benchmarks are only disposable if the option “Anonymously with Google and others” in the Basic Settings (under …

Insights to Your Online Store with Dashboards

Insights to Your Online Store with Dashboards

To make considered decisions it is crucial to have a good set of data. In E-commerce there is a wide range of information, so it is important to filter the important data and read it correctly. We show you how you keep an overview of your E-commerce website in Google …

Who Is Reading Your Tweets?

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So far, only selected accounts were given access to Twitter’s own analytics tool, which allows you to analyse your tweets in detail. Now, Twitter has made Twitter Analytics available for (almost) everyone for free. If you have been tweeting primarily in English, French, Japanese or Spanish and your account is …

Social Media for Business: Is It Worth It?

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A social media strategy is part of most companies’ communication concepts. Many working hours are invested if the accounts on the social networks are mainted on a regular basis. Now, you should want to see if there is any return on these investments. That is why we want to show …

Dashboard for Website Performance

Dashboard for Website Performance

Dashboards are practical if you want to display a lot of information in an easily understandable way. Further, good dashboards save time. Avinash Kaushik has put together seven dashboards. We want to take a look at two dashboards we believe to be invaluable. Dashboard 1: Search Contribution Search engines are …

Measuring Only Real Visitors in Your Google Analytics Profile

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Beside the “real” visitors coming to your website also automated bots and spiders hit your site. These bots can come from search engines indexing your website or are other automated services checking if new content was added to your site for example. The problem is that these bots can increase …