Are you new to Google Analytics?

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If you’re a business owner, then Google Analytics is your new best friend!

Get the data to drive your decision-making processes.

You can use it to see if your marketing strategies are being effective.

Here’s 3 ways it can help you: –

  1. You can find out how fast different pages of your website load, then you can make tweaks to improve them if you need to.

Did you know…?

The acceptable loading speed of a website is 1-2 seconds?

Each second over 2s increase the bounce rate (people abandoning your site.)

The abandonment rate increases on mobile devices and Google Analytics can tell you whether your users visit your site via mobiles too.

  • You can find out which social media sites drive most traffic to your website.  This means that you can focus your time and energy on these and stop wasting time on channels that don’t bring people to you.
  • You can find out where your web visitors start and on which pages they leave your site.  This means that by understanding their behaviour you can optimise your site so they stay for longer.

If you’re a beginner and would like an introduction to using Google Analytics, then I’d love you to book onto my beginner’s workshop on Wednesday 9th March from 2-3pm.  Book your space here: https://onlinemediaworks.co.uk/workshops/supercharge-your-social-media-google-analytics-workshop/

 Or if you’d prefer to work with me one to one, book a Power Hour at a time to suit you and we can get to grips with your Google Analytics. Go to https://onlinemediaworks.co.uk/workshops/power-hour/

I’m Esther and my mission is to help business owners who didn’t grow up with smartphones become experts at managing their social media and win more business.

Right platform, right way, right time, right tools.

I teach social media, ecommerce and marketing/entrepreneurship at two UK universities.

When speaking with businesses one of the biggest headaches is what to post on social media consistently, so I’m here to help! Please get in touch esther@onlinemediaworks.co.uk

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