‘Google Analytics’ Videos

  • Calvin Powers: Lies, Damned Lies, and Google Analytics

    Calvin Powers: Lies, Damned Lies, and Google Analytics

    WordCamp Raleigh 2016Speaker: Calvin Powers

    November 7, 2016 — Or, “A case study in the dangers of relying on data that is easy to obtain instead of getting the data that is actually useful.”

    In this presentation Calvin Powers will walk through his experience using Google Analytics to come up with strategies to build the audience for his podcast and how it went horribly wrong. He’ll show you how he got on the right track when he figured out how to collect data that is actually useful instead of just using data that is easy to obtain.

    You’ll learn about the WordPress plugins he used to collect the right metrics from his site and how to use them on your site with Google Analytics. You’ll take away a better appreciation for learning to ask the right questions before you dive into all those snazzy looking Google Analytics reports.

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  • April Holle: Data, Goals and WordPress - Oh My!

    April Holle: Data, Goals and WordPress – Oh My!

    WordCamp Phoenix 2016Speaker: April Holle

    October 28, 2016 — Finally figure out what metrics you should measure based on your specific goals, learn how to properly track specific visitor actions throughout your WordPress website as well as automatically keep count of each successful important website actions as Google Goals within Google Analytics, and then use these data points to guide the direction of the overall layout and content to create your very own data-driven WordPress website.

  • Rebecca Haden: Data-Driven SEO with Google Analytics

    Rebecca Haden: Data-Driven SEO with Google Analytics

    WordCamp Fayetteville 2016Speaker: Rebecca Haden

    August 31, 2016 — SEO can be confusing — if you rely on tips and tricks. Instead, you can rely on data from your own website. Get to know Google Analytics and other analytics tools with WordPress plugins, find the actionable information in your analytics reports, and implement your own SEO strategy.

    Designed for people who are comfortable with their computers but assuming no knowledge of computer languages, this session is all about the results.

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  • Tomaz Zaman: Your website is not your business card.

    Tomaz Zaman: Your website is not your business card.

    WordCamp Switzerland 2015Speaker: Tomaž Zaman

    May 14, 2016 — In this talk, I’ll present what the only purpose of pretty much *every* website is: conversion. It’s not about what the owner thinks and want and it’s not done when it’s built. I’ll present many steps that a site owner can (has to?) take in order to maximise their website’s performance (in terms conversion). While this topic may seem like a useless one, I’ve discovered a suprising amount of webmasters that don’t even have basic Google Analytics installed, let alone any conversion tracking software.

  • Alycia Mitchell: Google Analytics for Objective SEO and Diagnostics

    Alycia Mitchell: Google Analytics for Objective SEO and Diagnostics

    WordCamp Toronto 2015Speaker: Alycia Mitchell

    January 14, 2016 — The reason you run WordPress is to publish content that people will visit. How do visitors find you? What do they like best about your website? Google Analytics is the best free reporting software you can get. This talk will introduce you to setting it up in WordPress, applying essential filters, and creating the best reports to measure and improve your website traffic.

    Learning Outcomes

    Set up Google Analytics in WordPress
    Understand SEO basics
    Understand how to read reports in Google Analytics
    Know the meaning of metrics, dimensions, and filters
    Create custom reports
    Create custom segments
    Identify important metrics for website SEO and diagnostics

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  • Mike Hansen: Google Analytics for Website Owners

    Mike Hansen: Google Analytics for Website Owners

    WordCamp Orange County 2015Speaker: Mike Hansen

    January 7, 2016 — Having a website is a great but if you do not know what is working and what is not, are you getting the most out of your site? This presentation we will go over the analytics dashboard and describe some of the uses for specific areas. We will also go over a list of things to do right now to improve your data. This involves things like setting up site search, custom filters to remove common spam referrers, setup goals and automating your reports.

  • Alycia Mitchell: Google Analytics for Objective SEO and Diagnostics

    Alycia Mitchell: Google Analytics for Objective SEO and Diagnostics

    WordCamp Vancouver 2015Speaker: Alycia Mitchell

    October 5, 2015 — The reason you run WordPress is to publish content that people will visit. How do visitors find you? What do they like best about your website? Google Analytics is the best free reporting software you can get. This talk will introduce you to setting it up in WordPress, applying essential filters, and creating the best reports to measure and improve your website traffic.

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  • Bernard Prince: Optimiser Google Analytics pour WordPress

    Bernard Prince: Optimiser Google Analytics pour WordPress

    WordCamp Montréal 2015Speaker: Bernard Prince

    September 15, 2015 — Plusieurs plug-ins et options existent pour lier un site WordPress à Google Analytics, Google tag Manager et Webmaster Tools. Mais utilisez-vous ces outils à leur plein potentiel? Savez-vous pourquoi et comment configurer les objectifs et le suivi des ventes en ligne? Connaissez-vous les avantages à lier Analytics, Adwords et Webmasters Tools?
    Je vous propose je voir les options possibles et de nombreux trucs afin d’optimiser ces outils. Bien configurés, ils vous permettront d’obtenir des informations de grande valeur pour améliorer votre présence en ligne et vos conversions.

  • David Bird: Google Analytics and WordPress for Beginners

    David Bird: Google Analytics and WordPress for Beginners

    WordCamp Montréal 2014Speaker: David Bird

    May 16, 2015 — This session is a beginner’s guide to best practice set up of Google Analytics and navigating the user interface so you can look at your traffic more critically. We’ll also talk about how Google Analytics WordPress plugins simplify your set-up and analysis.

  • Chantelle Bowyer: Is Your Website Good Enough for Google?

    Chantelle Bowyer: Is Your Website Good Enough for Google?

    WordCamp Cape Town 2014Speaker: Chantelle Bowyer

    March 9, 2015 — Chantelle Bowyer looks at the three tools that will get you in the good books with Google – Google Adwords, WordPress and Google Analytics. She delves into why it’s essential for traffic, development and measurement to be integrated, for maximum results.