Introduction to Google Analytics
Do you know how to take full advantage of Google Analytics?
Knowing what’s most popular on your website -- and how many people are visiting it -- can be a gold mine of information for you, your organization, or your cause.
Learn what your Google Analytics data is telling you and how to use it to reach your goals.
The Introduction to Google Analytics Workshop is an online, three-session training that will give you the skills you need to maximize your website traffic, i.e. your page views.
Part 1: Google Analytics 101
In this fun, easy-to-follow introduction to Google Analytics, you'll learn:
- how businesses, non-profits, and bloggers use Google Analytics to reach new heights.
- the right way to set up your account; and
- the meaning of helpful (but confusing) terms.
Part 2: Using Your Reports
We’ll cover the must-haves for your daily analytics needs, and you’ll learn:
- how specifically your visitors reach and interact with your website (in real-time!), and •
- three easy ways to analyze your data.
Part 3: Tracking Events and Setting Goals
If you don’t have goals, it’s hard to grow. You will leave this session feeling confident that you can:
- set your objectives and measure how well you’re reaching them;
- understand exactly what contributes to your success online; and
- see when people sign up, download, or view anything on your site.
This Introduction to Google Analytics training uses recordings from a live training via Zoom in October 2020.
Stephen Rowe is the Director of Digital Training at Leadership Institute where he's trained 12,000+ activists on digital and political technology across the world.
Before joining LI, Stephen was the Editor-in-Chief of Turning Point USA's Hypeline where he executed its start-up, website re-design, and achieved over 12.8 million page views in one calendar year.
Stephen has been listed on multiple 30 under 30 awards. His work has been featured on Fox News, Fox Business, The Daily Caller, The Washington Times, Townhall, Breitbart, and The Daily Wire.
Stephen grew up in Montana, the "Treasure State".
Follow Stephen on Twitter: @rowebotz
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