Google Analytics Implementation Audit Checklist

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Google Analytics Implementation Audit Checklist

  1. 1. Google Analytics Implementation Audit Checklist By: Errett Cord Email: ecord@ecord.us Twitter: @errettcord
  2. 2. Pre-Implementation •Before I will set up an account, or look to audit an existing one, I will first need to know what you want to get out of Google Analytics. We can then work backwards from your objectives and translate these into measurable web metrics. Considering how you want to report on these metrics is also essential at this juncture. Within this phase, I will look to identify how your account should be structured, in terms of web property and profile set-up, and work with you on KPI definitions.
  3. 3. Implementation I will provide instructions for any changes you and your web development team need to make, while outlining what we have amended in a separate section. Typical examples of issues I will identify are below.
  4. 4. Implementation Account Audit We go through your Google analytics account with a fine-tooth comb. Typically we find and fix all of the below: - Broken/unnecessary profiles - Incorrect profile settings - Broken/unnecessary filters - Polluted content reports - No/incorrect campaign tagging - No/incorrect goal strategy
  5. 5. Implementation Site Audit Any issues related to the website which may hinder accurate data collection are addressed here. - Scan of the website to ensure the correct code is placed in all the correct places, including: o Whether tag management is appropriate for you o Whether sub- or cross- domain tracking is required o Frames or dynamic pages are tracked correctly - Review of any trackable areas/features which aren’t being tracked
  6. 6. Implementation Implementation guide Following on from the above work we build a list of improvements. Typically we address the following: - Profile strategy - IP address exclusion - Campaign tagging - Site search tracking - Goal & funnel strategy - Tracking events - Basket pages - Advanced features
  7. 7. Implementation ser Guidance (Optional Extra) I will create a best practice document to be used internally in your organization. This will allow internal stakeholders to carry out the below tasks without requiring further support. - Adding a new user - Building & scheduling a basic report - Adding a basic filter - Creating a basic profile - Creating alerts and annotations - Creating a goal - Tagging a marketing campaign - Google Analytics glossary
  8. 8. Post Implementation Following the above stages, I will audit the data that is being collected. I will gauge it for: - Comprehensiveness - Accuracy - Fit to the brief The data is minded for accuracies to ensure everything is tracking as it should be before I will officially sign you off as having an account to be proud of!
  9. 9. Contact Me Errett Cord Email: info@cordstrategies.com Website: www.cordstrategies.com Twittter: @errettcord

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