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#GBGmumbai
The Google Chapters
We are
KNOWLEDGE
SERIES - 1
What if we don’t measure?
• Decision making
• Priority setting
• Monitoring performance
• Learning & improving
Why measure the web?
• Track your competition & benchmark
• Monitor your reputation & take measures
• Understand your cust...
Goal setting
“We want to sell more”
“We want to increase our sales by 10%”
What can be measured in web?
• Page analysis
& validator
• Ranking
• Feed stats
• Links’ health
• Performance
monitor
• Bu...
Delight your customers
• Amazon watches
you too see if you
couldn't watch
you something!
Optimizing Demand & Supply
• Handling seasonal fluctuations by
creating a sense of urgency
Lets Connect
Sreeraman Thiagarajan
Chapter Manager – GBG Mumbai
@sree_raman
Workshop by
Pareen Lathia
Love Statistics?
Why bother?
• Because measurement is important.
Why bother?
Do you?
• Run websites / E-Commerce / Portals / Digital
Marketing campaigns?
– - Is Email marketing helping?
– - Is my SEO...
Google Analytics
What are the different choices in web analytics?
Other analytics packages:
1. eLogic
2. Shiny Stat
3. Sit...
Getting Started
• Set up Google analytics
• Install code in your site
• Don‟t get scared with all the options
Google Analytics – Setting up an account
1. Setting up a Google Account – search “Google Account”
2. Navigate to Google.co...
Google Analytics – Setting up an account (continued…)
- Enter general website information
Google Analytics – Setting up an account (continued…)
- Enter website profile information
Google Analytics – Setting up an account (continued…)
- Copy and Install Tracking Codes:
Google Analytics – Setting up an account (continued…)
- Ecommerce (Where applicable):
Please visit
http://code.google.com/...
Getting Familiar
• Diving Deep (Most important areas)
– Sources of traffic
– What do they do on your site?
– Content optim...
Google Analytics
Google Analytics – Understanding the User Interface (UI)
Google Analytics – Home Tab
- Real-Time offers a unique look of what‟s currently occurring on the
website
- Locations show...
Google Analytics – Understanding the User Interface (UI)
Audience: data includes Demographics
(location, language, etc.), ...
Google Analytics – Traffic Sources
Google Analytics – Traffic Sources
• Search Traffic Report
• Direct Traffic Report
• Referral Traffic Report
Google Analytics – Introduction to Filters
Predefined filters:
Exclude/Include only traffic from the domains
Exclude/Inclu...
Google Analytics – Filters (continued…)
Google Analytics – Content Walkthrough
Content Overview provides an at-a-glance overview of the key
pageview metrics for y...
Google Analytics – Landing Pages
Google Analytics – Navigational Summary
Google Analytics – Advanced Segmentation
Google Analytics – Advanced Segmentation
Google Analytics – Create a Custom Advanced Segmentation
Advanced Segments can be
created using any analytics
variable per...
Google Analytics – Filters (continued…)
Walk through an Advanced Segmentation
Entry
Google Analytics – Understanding Goals, Funnels, and Events
Google Analytics – Understanding Goals, Funnels, and Events
Google Analytics – Understanding Goals, Funnels, and Events
To create a goal and
funnel, go to setup
and click on Profiles...
Google Tools for Webmasters
Google Webmaster Tools
• Your Google webmaster account
• Google webmaster central and help center
– Dashboard to Google we...
Google Webmaster Account
• http://www.google.com/support/webmasters/
– Add it to your Google search account
• You‟ll use t...
Website Traffic Analysis
• You need to know six key website statistics
1. How many unique website visitors?
2. Where do th...
XML Sitemaps
• http://www.sitemaps.org/
• Sitemaps are an easy way for webmasters to
inform search engines about pages on ...
Sample XML Sitemap
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<urlset
xmlns="http://www.sitemaps.org/schemas/sit
emap/0.9">
<u...
Urchin Tracking Code Example
<script
src="http://www.google-
analytics.com/urchin.js"
type="text/javascript"> </script>
<s...
Urchin Linking Code
• The Urchin Campaign Tracking Module
(beginning with version 5.6 and UTM-4) allows
you to tag your li...
How Link Tracking Works
website
email
RSS
feed
http://www.hostsite.com/landing.htm?utm_id=1
http://www.hostsite.com/landin...
Where and How to Start?
1. Get your website on a real hosting service
2. Create a Google webmaster account
3. Create (run)...
Summary of Google Tools
• Website analysis tools
– Users, refers, navigation
• XML sitemap generation
– Ensures complete i...
More at
pareen@redcom.in
www.linkedin.com/in/pareen
Special Talk
By
Vibhas Sen
Tap into a wealth of
information about customer
behaviour, the
demographics of your
audience, and the
effectiveness of you...
whatever you can measure, you can improve...
• Step One : Define your goals ( sales, downloads, visibility /
branding, enq...
Correlating Questions with Metrics & Dimensions
Question Examples: Related Metrics
1. Who visited my website? Unique Visit...
Why link AdWords to Google Analytics
When you link Google Analytics and AdWords, you allow four types of
data to flow betw...
Let’s take a live example !!!
“Web Analytics is like Angelina Jolie: It’s sexy,
it kicks butt, and is a goodwill ambassador!!”
How To Excite People Abou...
Network with me @
• Twitter - @vibhassen
• LinkedIN - /in/vibhassen
• Facebook – vibhas.sen
• Email – vibhas.sen@gmail.com...
@gbgmumbai | www.gbgmumbai.org
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Presentation from the Knowledge Series event - 'What gets measured, gets managed' a Workshop on Google Analytics & Webmasters tools. organised by Google Business Groups (GBG) Mumbai on Aug 31st 2013.

Speakers - Sreeraman Thiagarajan, Pareen Lathia and Vibhas Sen.

Visit gbgmumbai.org for more

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Transcript of "Google Analytics & Web Masters Tools - GBG Mumbai"

  1. 1. #GBGmumbai
  2. 2. The Google Chapters
  3. 3. We are
  4. 4. KNOWLEDGE SERIES - 1
  5. 5. What if we don’t measure? • Decision making • Priority setting • Monitoring performance • Learning & improving
  6. 6. Why measure the web? • Track your competition & benchmark • Monitor your reputation & take measures • Understand your customer’s web journey & drop-offs • Optimize & un-optimize
  7. 7. Goal setting “We want to sell more” “We want to increase our sales by 10%”
  8. 8. What can be measured in web? • Page analysis & validator • Ranking • Feed stats • Links’ health • Performance monitor • Buzz monitor • Browser compatibility ?
  9. 9. Delight your customers • Amazon watches you too see if you couldn't watch you something!
  10. 10. Optimizing Demand & Supply • Handling seasonal fluctuations by creating a sense of urgency
  11. 11. Lets Connect Sreeraman Thiagarajan Chapter Manager – GBG Mumbai @sree_raman
  12. 12. Workshop by Pareen Lathia
  13. 13. Love Statistics?
  14. 14. Why bother? • Because measurement is important.
  15. 15. Why bother?
  16. 16. Do you? • Run websites / E-Commerce / Portals / Digital Marketing campaigns? – - Is Email marketing helping? – - Is my SEO keyword strategy paying off? – - We tried that Linkedin advertising thing, did it generate any ROI? – - Did my Diwali discount coupon work well?
  17. 17. Google Analytics What are the different choices in web analytics? Other analytics packages: 1. eLogic 2. Shiny Stat 3. Site Meter 4. Stat Counter 5. W3 Counter More……….
  18. 18. Getting Started • Set up Google analytics • Install code in your site • Don‟t get scared with all the options
  19. 19. Google Analytics – Setting up an account 1. Setting up a Google Account – search “Google Account” 2. Navigate to Google.com/analytics
  20. 20. Google Analytics – Setting up an account (continued…) - Enter general website information
  21. 21. Google Analytics – Setting up an account (continued…) - Enter website profile information
  22. 22. Google Analytics – Setting up an account (continued…) - Copy and Install Tracking Codes:
  23. 23. Google Analytics – Setting up an account (continued…) - Ecommerce (Where applicable): Please visit http://code.google.com/apis/analytics/docs/tracking/gaTrackingEco mmerce.html for eCommerce integration
  24. 24. Getting Familiar • Diving Deep (Most important areas) – Sources of traffic – What do they do on your site? – Content optimization – Its all about relativity – SEO
  25. 25. Google Analytics Google Analytics – Understanding the User Interface (UI)
  26. 26. Google Analytics – Home Tab - Real-Time offers a unique look of what‟s currently occurring on the website - Locations shows the location of the current users on the website - Traffic Source shows where these users came from - Content shows which pages these users are interacting on
  27. 27. Google Analytics – Understanding the User Interface (UI) Audience: data includes Demographics (location, language, etc.), New vs. Returning, Technology (Browser information, Windows/Mac), Mobile (type of mobile device, etc.) Advertising: Link to Adwords Traffic Sources: Sources of traffic, separation between paid and unpaid traffic Content: Overview page usage, site speed, entrance and exit pages, bounce pages. Conversion: Goal information, funnels, financial (revenues), product performance, multi-channel Funnels, etc. Help Center
  28. 28. Google Analytics – Traffic Sources
  29. 29. Google Analytics – Traffic Sources • Search Traffic Report • Direct Traffic Report • Referral Traffic Report
  30. 30. Google Analytics – Introduction to Filters Predefined filters: Exclude/Include only traffic from the domains Exclude/Include only traffic from the IP addresses Exclude/Include only traffic to the (such as www.example.com/motorcycles).
  31. 31. Google Analytics – Filters (continued…)
  32. 32. Google Analytics – Content Walkthrough Content Overview provides an at-a-glance overview of the key pageview metrics for your site
  33. 33. Google Analytics – Landing Pages
  34. 34. Google Analytics – Navigational Summary
  35. 35. Google Analytics – Advanced Segmentation
  36. 36. Google Analytics – Advanced Segmentation
  37. 37. Google Analytics – Create a Custom Advanced Segmentation Advanced Segments can be created using any analytics variable permutations: Examples: 1- Traffic with Conversions 2- Paid Traffic with Conversions 3. Traffic from a keyword that converted or achieved a goal
  38. 38. Google Analytics – Filters (continued…) Walk through an Advanced Segmentation Entry
  39. 39. Google Analytics – Understanding Goals, Funnels, and Events
  40. 40. Google Analytics – Understanding Goals, Funnels, and Events
  41. 41. Google Analytics – Understanding Goals, Funnels, and Events To create a goal and funnel, go to setup and click on Profiles  Goals  URL Destination
  42. 42. Google Tools for Webmasters
  43. 43. Google Webmaster Tools • Your Google webmaster account • Google webmaster central and help center – Dashboard to Google webmaster tools – An FAQ and archive of helpful tips and tools • Google analytics • XML sitemaps • Urchin tracking code • Google AdWords™ / campaign management
  44. 44. Google Webmaster Account • http://www.google.com/support/webmasters/ – Add it to your Google search account • You‟ll use this account to do many tasks – Creates a „view‟ to one or more websites – Link an XML sitemap to the Google index – View website traffic and referrer statistics – See where page links are broken / orphaned – Help manage your „linking strategy‟ – Maximize AdWords™ campaigns
  45. 45. Website Traffic Analysis • You need to know six key website statistics 1. How many unique website visitors? 2. Where do they come from? (refer link) 3. What search terms did they use? (refer link) 4. How many pages did they view? 5. What was their navigation pattern? 6. Operating system and browser info
  46. 46. XML Sitemaps • http://www.sitemaps.org/ • Sitemaps are an easy way for webmasters to inform search engines about pages on their sites that are available for crawling. In its simplest form, a Sitemap is an XML file that lists URLs for a site along with additional metadata about each URL (when it was last updated, how often it usually changes, and how important it is, relative to other URLs in the site) so that search engines can more intelligently crawl the site. • http://www.sitemaps.org/protocol.php
  47. 47. Sample XML Sitemap <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <urlset xmlns="http://www.sitemaps.org/schemas/sit emap/0.9"> <url> <loc>http://www.example.com/</loc> <lastmod>2005-01-01</lastmod> <changefreq>monthly</changefreq> <priority>0.8</priority> </url> </urlset> http://www.sitemaps.org/protocol.php
  48. 48. Urchin Tracking Code Example <script src="http://www.google- analytics.com/urchin.js" type="text/javascript"> </script> <script type="text/javascript"> _uacct = "UA-UserCode-ProfileCode"; urchinTracker(); </script> http://gpxfiles.googlepages.com/googleanalytics
  49. 49. Urchin Linking Code • The Urchin Campaign Tracking Module (beginning with version 5.6 and UTM-4) allows you to tag your links using master tracking codes (a utm_id) instead of individual variables. You simply use utm_id in your links, and define the meaning of each utm_id in a table. (this keeps your individual campaigns straight, which is critical to tracking) • http://www.hostsite.com/?utm_id=1 • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Google_Analytics
  50. 50. How Link Tracking Works website email RSS feed http://www.hostsite.com/landing.htm?utm_id=1 http://www.hostsite.com/landing.htm?utm_id=2 http://www.hostsite.com/landing.htm?utm_id=3 target page Each link has a tracking code embedded after the ? mark which is counted by the analytics
  51. 51. Where and How to Start? 1. Get your website on a real hosting service 2. Create a Google webmaster account 3. Create (run) an XML sitemap (sitemap.xml) 4. Upload the sitemap.xml file, notify Google 5. Upload the Google unique code (xyz.htm) 6. Check to make sure your sitemap is indexed 7. Come back and read the web analytics report
  52. 52. Summary of Google Tools • Website analysis tools – Users, refers, navigation • XML sitemap generation – Ensures complete indexing • Urchin tracking code (track / refer) – Critical for ad / email campaign management • AdWords™ tools for advertisers – Get the most out of your ad dollars!
  53. 53. More at pareen@redcom.in www.linkedin.com/in/pareen
  54. 54. Special Talk By Vibhas Sen
  55. 55. Tap into a wealth of information about customer behaviour, the demographics of your audience, and the effectiveness of your campaigns. Translate Google Analytics into Marketing Metrics
  56. 56. whatever you can measure, you can improve... • Step One : Define your goals ( sales, downloads, visibility / branding, enquiry) • Step Two - Formulate KPI's ( key performance indicators ) - it must reflect organizations goals which would lead to the success e.g. 10% of visitor who fills form becomes customer, 60% of visitors who downloads trial purchase it, 5% of visitor who signs up for newsletter becomes customers, etc • Step Three - Reflect your KPI's in your Analytic Report
  57. 57. Correlating Questions with Metrics & Dimensions Question Examples: Related Metrics 1. Who visited my website? Unique Visitors, Return Visitors, 2. From where did they come? Referring URLs, Referring Search Engines, Browsing Path Within Your Website, Referring Search Phrases. 3. What pages did they view? # Entry Pages, # Page Views, Average Time on Pages, Page Views per Visitor 4. Did they have any trouble with my site? Browser Versions, Platform Versions, Flash Versions, Java Versions 5. What did they view, buy, or sign-up for? Orders (average amount, number, total revenue) Sign-Ups
  58. 58. Why link AdWords to Google Analytics When you link Google Analytics and AdWords, you allow four types of data to flow between the two. This means you can: • Import Google Analytics goals and transactions into AdWords • View Google Analytics site engagement data in AdWords • Create remarketing lists in Analytics to use in AdWords for targeting specific audiences • Automatically view your AdWords click and cost data alongside your Analytics site engagement data
  59. 59. Let’s take a live example !!!
  60. 60. “Web Analytics is like Angelina Jolie: It’s sexy, it kicks butt, and is a goodwill ambassador!!” How To Excite People About Web Analytics: Five Tips - Avinash Kaushik
  61. 61. Network with me @ • Twitter - @vibhassen • LinkedIN - /in/vibhassen • Facebook – vibhas.sen • Email – vibhas.sen@gmail.com • Call me - 9833756960
  62. 62. @gbgmumbai | www.gbgmumbai.org
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