Google Analytics

Advanced reporting with Google Analytics

As part of your search engine optimisation package, we install and monitor Google Analytics and Webmaster tools. These help us to analyse the results of our SEO campaigns and allow us to record visitor numbers, bounce rates, exit pages, etc.

Providing us with the details we need to make your SEO package a success, they are highly valuable tools that our staffed are fully trained in using. Checking your analytic accounts on a regular basis, your account manager will keep track of traffic visiting your site from paid and organic sources. Highlighting any referring sites (such as Facebook and Twitter, etc) helps to provide the ‘bigger picture’ when it comes to your internet marketing strategy, keeping us on the ball and helping us to plan your campaigns accordingly.

Displaying all the analytic data needed to draw up targeted campaigns, implement them and monitor results, Google Analytics and Webmaster tools show us everything we need to know, from how many users visit the most important pages on your website to the way they navigate them.

We use Google Analytics to monitor:

  • Overall number of visits on a daily basis
  • The number of unique visitors to the site
  • The number of new visitors to the site
  • The number of pages navigated per visit
  • Average time spent on site
  • Bounce rate

and much, much more.

We can also provide training for you and your team so that you understand the importance of Google Analytics for recording and monitoring website activity. Your new found knowledge can be used to monitor the progress of our campaigns, giving you the insight needed to further your online marketing efforts and target areas that help to drive sales to your business.

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