Search Results for ‘analytics

  • Mark Carrara: Google Analytics

    Mark Carrara: Google Analytics

    WordCamp Albuquerque 2018Speaker: Mark Carrara

    February 3, 2018 — You can’t fix what you don’t measure. How well is your WordPress site doing? How do you know? Google offers free analytics for all website owners. WordPress has several methods to set this up on our site. We will look at what you need to do to start collecting data, how to interpret what you collect and next steps for your business.

  • Brandy Lawson: Create Analytics Reports that Mere Mortals Can Read, Understand & Use

    Brandy Lawson: Create Analytics Reports that Mere Mortals Can Read, Understand & Use

    WordCamp Phoenix 2017Speaker: Brandy Lawson

    January 24, 2018 — Google Data Studio is the reporting tool Google Analytics has always needed. This talk will show you how to use Data Studio to gain actionable insights into your online presence.

    You’ll learn:
    * What Data Studio is (and isn’t)
    * The advantages of using Data Studio reports
    * How to set up a typical website monthly analytics report in Data Studio
    * Insider tips & tricks

  • David Bird: 7 Google Analytics Mistakes

    David Bird: 7 Google Analytics Mistakes

    WordCamp Toronto 2017Speaker: David Bird

    October 25, 2017 — Your website has a powerful story about your business. This seminar will tell you how to get that story from your Google Analytics by avoiding seven common mistakes probably holding you back.

    We’ll start with installing Google Analytics and why WordPress plugins simply your life. Then we’ll move into common errors and how to stop making them.

    After the seminar you will be able to hear your website’s compelling story about your business and customers. You will be making strategic decisions about things that matter your business.

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  • Daphnée Laforest: Boost Your website Analytics With Event Tracking

    Daphnée Laforest: Boost Your website Analytics With Event Tracking

    WordCamp Montreal 2017Speaker: Daphnée Laforest

    October 1, 2017 — Better data enables better decision making, and it begins with how you track it – to provide more context to what’s already out there. Event tracking is a feature of Google Analytics that allows site owners to trace actions on their site, even when a URL change is not recorded. Instead of only tracking page views, Event Tracking is a method available in the ga.js tracking code that you can use to record user interaction with website elements, such as a button click on your website. This is accomplished by attaching the method call to the particular UI element you want to track. During this session, you will learn how you can boost your WordPress website analytic using Event Tracking.

  • Bryce Adams: Life Of A Nomadic Coder: Story Of Metorik, WooCommerce Analytics Service / ノマド開発者が WooCommerce 分析サービ

    Bryce Adams: Life Of A Nomadic Coder: Story Of Metorik, WooCommerce Analytics Service / ノマド開発者が WooCommerce 分析サービ

    WordCamp Tokyo 2017Speaker: Bryce Adams

    September 25, 2017 — Bryce will talk about how he got to start the Metorik startup. His life as a developer and WordPress community member started as a traveling freelancer. Laos, Thailand, Korea, and now based in Australia.

    After doing freelance jobs, he joined WooThemes, the owner of WooCommerce, which later got acquired by Automattic. So he joined Woo, joined Automattic, and he left the company to start his Metorik. In this talk, he’ll show how he’s found his life so far, why Metorik? why by himself, and what the startup business is about.

    このセッションでは、Metorik という WooCommerce アナリティクスのスタートアップビジネスを始めることになった背景について話します。

    彼の開発者・WordPress コミュニティメンバーとしての人生は、ノマドスタイルで旅行をしながらフリーランスをしていたことからスタートしました。オーストラリア出身のブライスはラオス、タイ、韓国に住んだ後、今はまたオーストラリアに在住しています。各国でフリーランスとして働いた後、WooCommerce の運営元であった WooThemes に雇われ、Automattic による同社の買収により移籍。その後、Metorik を立ち上げるために独立しました。なぜ彼が一人で Web サービスを運営することにしたのか、数ある選択肢の中から Metorik のようなビジネスモデルを選んだ理由など、興味深い話が聞けるでしょう。

  • Boomer Sassmann: Website Tracking, Google Analytics, SEM Rush and Crazy Egg Heat Maps

    Boomer Sassmann: Website Tracking, Google Analytics, SEM Rush and Crazy Egg Heat Maps

    WordCamp Asheville 2017Speaker: Boomer Sassmann

    June 19, 2017 — Website tracking is an essential part of building a successful internet presence. The tracking tools are often overly complex/confusing and therefore overlooked and ignored. This talk will highlight the basics (and some advanced) topics for tracking a WordPress website and/or WordPress blog. The tools covered will include Google Analytics and Webmaster tools, SEM Rush, and Crazy Egg Heat Maps.

    Takeaways:

    A basic comfort level of navigating Google Analytics
    Ongoing keyword position tracking with SEM Rush
    Heat Map Tracking and how to make educated decisions about design changes.

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  • Tim Sisson: Using Google Tools for Website Analytics

    Tim Sisson: Using Google Tools for Website Analytics

    WordCamp Kansas City 2017Speaker: Tim Sisson

    May 13, 2017 — In this talk, we’ll examine some of the common tools you can use for free to examine your website’s analytics. This talk will include primers for Google Analytics and Google Search Console. We’ll discuss what Google looks at when they review your website and why that’s important. We’ll get real about what conversion metrics are, and what you should be concerned about. We’ll even cover why looking at analytics regularly is a bad idea.

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  • Michael Black: Actionable Demographic Data Using Google Analytics

    Michael Black: Actionable Demographic Data Using Google Analytics

    WordCamp Kansas City 2017Speaker: Michael Black

    May 7, 2017 — Google Analytics provides a wealth of demographic information about your site’s users if you know how to find it. This session will discuss enabling the collection of demographic information, creating analytics dashboards for easy access to demographic information, and content curation to reach specific audiences.

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  • Frank Corso: Getting Started With Google Analytics

    Frank Corso: Getting Started With Google Analytics

    WordCamp Atlanta 2017Speaker: Frank Corso

    April 15, 2017 — Imagine a website that is getting 1000 users a day. Now imagine that about 50 of them are spending money on the site. You probably want to get more of the users that are spending money on the site but how do you know where these users are coming from? Maybe you know that all of them are coming from Twitter or Facebook but do you know which post or tweet refers the most people who actually convert to customers? Or, how do you know how many signed up to receive your lead magnet?

    This is where analytics comes in. Analytics allows us to track where visitors come from and how they behave on your website. You can see which tweet, post, ad, video, etc. brought the most users to your site. Then, you can also see which link brought the most users who converted into customers. Analytics allows you to see which pages the visitors go to, how long they are on each page, where they come from, and much more so you know how to get more converting visitors to your site.

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  • 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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