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Why Your Web Metrics Suck

Workshop

Why Your Web Metrics Suck

Date & Location

Tuesday, October 30th

Northwoods Web Solutions
1572 East Capitol Drive
Shorewood, WI 53211

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Schedule

11:45 a.m. - Noon - Check-in and free refreshments

Noon - 1:00 p.m - Session Presentation, Q&A

 

Admission

Free

Learn how to clean up your analytics data.

Got Google Analytics running on your website? Great!

You probably think you’ve got great data and that you can trust everything you’re seeing.

In most cases, you’re wrong. Google Analytics, and other analytics tools, are very powerful but also require regular care and maintenance – they are definitely not set-it-and-forget-it tools. It’s a very rare GA installation that doesn’t have any mistakes in the set-up.

In this workshop, we’ll look at the ten most common mistakes people make in setting up or (not) maintaining their web metrics. We’ll cover how to fix these mistakes and how to develop the mindset to reduce or recognize mistakes moving forward. You’ll know how to do a mini audit on your analytics and make sure you’re in the select group of people whose GA data is actually trustworthy.

This is an entertaining look at all that can go wrong – and how to fix it!

Key Takeaways

  • Blocking your traffic
  • Blocking spambots
  • Setting up goals
  • Keeping goals accurate
  • Setting up views
  • Blocking PII (personally identifiable information)
  • Unwelcome variations in sources and mediums
  • Unusually low bounce rates

Who Should Attend

Anyone interested in improving their knowledge of how visitors interact with their website

Fred PikeFred Pike/Managing Director & CFO

Fred Pike is Google-certified in Google Analytics (GAIQ) and Google AdWords. He is also certified in Conversion Rate Optimization (CRO) through Conversion XL.  Fred is passionate about finding the best ways to drive traffic to websites, making sure visitors find what they are looking for, and making sure Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager track everything correctly. 

Helping clients use data to make their website better? Man, that is a great gig!

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