As more and more businesses learn the importance of having an online presence and use multiple tools on the internet to meet and exceed goals, web analytics become a must.
Imagine that you own a store and instead of collecting data on your consumers and selling performance, you pay no attention. How long do you think you’d be in business? What would you blame poor revenue on?
This is how many businesses exist online that do not take into consideration multiple facets of web analytics.
Now imagine that you own a store and record total consumers per day, how long they spend browsing, how many items are purchased, and which aisles receive the most/least purchases. How long do you think you’d be in business? Would you have a better idea of where revenue comes from?
This is how a successful business exists online.
By using web analytics, you will learn:
- Where your traffic comes from
- How long prospects spend on your website
- Which pages receive the most attention
- Which pages receive the least attention
- And, best of all, how to optimize your site and future marketing strategies to exceed your current goals.
Having an online presence is important in the current business world, but collecting data and analyzing metrics is crucial.
What web analytics tools do you currently use? What strategies have you found to be the most successful when linking metrics with trends?