Analytics is in the collection of data that allows you to look at your users and address their experience and engagement with your web property. A basic understanding of data analysis is necessary for those who are interested in competing for the most highly sought after terms within their niche. It won’t require a higher math degree, nor will it require too much time to collect. Thankfully, Google has created tools that will (for free) mine your site, follow user behavior, and then compile live data reports.
Data, Data, Data
Everything that you need to know about analytics will be covered on this website over time. We believe that it’s essential for users who are serious about marketing their businesses online to manage analytics and scoured for areas of improvement. This is a growing site continually developing video tutorial base. The following videos will help you better understand exactly what is necessary to search out spots where your site can be improved.
For absolute beginners, this may not seem of value. Some small business owners out there may be saying to themselves as they read this, “well, either they respond well to a website where they don’t. There’s not much I can do about that.”
Well, that’s the sort of thinking that will force your business to stagnate. In fact that’s why large corporations hire consultants to do studies on different approaches to customer and client relationship management (CRM) in order to develop a more efficient workflow. And thankfully, with the help of a handful of tools that are free to the marketplace (Adwords), these tools allow you to monitor your user behavior so that you can improve your site and develop in the way that speaks to their desires.
User Based Content Growth
The basic maxim behind this website, a website that works as an educational resource for small business owners, is the following: Build flexible websites and allow analytics to dictate growth and development of the content.
This above maxim is the reason we push the users in the direction of content management systems like WordPress. The idea of you, out of the gate, getting a website for exactly as it ought to this essentially impossible. Things can always be improved. Fussing over small web design details is basically a waste of time if you haven’t had any user engagement. The key is to get your site to a place where it engages users that are potential clients and customers, and then manage the data to see exactly how their experiences being cut short.