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Web analytics, a CARL IT On Air presentation
12/6/2012Web Analytics: what we’re using and howSome examples from the CSUSM Librarypresented by Ian Chan, CSUSMthis program brought to you by CARL ITlearn more at http://carl-it.org
poll: http://diigo.com/0uthx 12/6/2012 Why use analytics? Are users finding what they need? Do they view items youve highlighted? Which links are they clicking on? How do they navigate the site? When are your users visiting your site?
poll: http://diigo.com/0uthx 12/6/2012Google Analytics Free to use Primarily for analyzing site visits Powerful tools Data lives in the cloud (for better or worse)
poll: http://diigo.com/0uthx 12/6/2012Google Analytics helps us answer thesequestions1. What percentage of our students are using our website from off-campus?2. When are students accessing our resources?3. Which mobile systems do our users prefer?
poll: http://diigo.com/0uthx 12/6/2012Goals and ConversionGoogle Analytics
poll: http://diigo.com/0uthx 12/6/2012Page Load Time AveragesGoogle Analyticschart shows data for 11/5-12/5, 2012
poll: http://diigo.com/0uthx 12/6/2012Piwik Offers many of the report options found in other analytic tools Self-hosted with cloud option Free to use
poll: http://diigo.com/0uthx 12/6/2012Piwik: selected features Visitor Log – visitor pathway through your site Transitions – see how a visitor arrived at a page and where they went Better out-of-the-box reports On-click upgrade via browser Data archiving