Google Analytics is such a powerful free tool.
It can really help you to discover things about your website such as: the number of visitors per day/month, where they are coming from, what pages people visit most, what pages people enter or leave, and more.
I use Google Analytics, but I will be the first to admit I don’t know how to do even half of what it’s capable of doing.
If you’re like me, then you’ll want to check out this post called “6 Google Analytics Tips for Online Marketers and Small Business Owners” by James A. Martin and get some help with how to use Google Analytics more effectively…
“You’ve set up Google Analytics on your website or blog. You’ve checked out your overall pageviews and bounce rate. Maybe you’ve glanced at your mobile traffic.
“And this is where it usually ends. It’s easy to get overwhelmed by all the information—or even know exactly what to look for.
“Though it can take some time to learn, Google Analytics is a rich information resource that can help you set and track business goals, create content that will speak to your target audiences and make more informed decisions about your Web presence.
“Here are six tips, strategies and best practices from Google Analytics experts to help you get more from Google’s free website analytics tools.”
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