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Google webmaster tools how it could help once business, and plan strategically according to statistics. Google analytic and other business tools

Google webmaster tools how it could help once business, and plan strategically according to statistics. Google analytic and other business tools

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  • 1. What gets measured gets done
  • 2. Love Statistics?
  • 3. Why bother? • Because measurement is important.
  • 4. Why bother?
  • 5. 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?
  • 6. 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……….
  • 7. Getting Started • Set up Google analytics • Install code in your site • Don‟t get scared with all the options
  • 8. Google Analytics – Setting up an account 1. Setting up a Google Account – search “Google Account” 2. Navigate to
  • 9. Google Analytics – Setting up an account (continued…) - Enter general website information
  • 10. Google Analytics – Setting up an account (continued…) - Enter website profile information
  • 11. Google Analytics – Setting up an account (continued…) - Copy and Install Tracking Codes:
  • 12. Google Analytics – Setting up an account (continued…) - Ecommerce (Where applicable): Please visit mmerce.html for eCommerce integration
  • 13. Getting Familiar • Diving Deep (Most important areas) – Sources of traffic – What do they do on your site? – Content optimization – Its all about relativity – SEO
  • 14. Google Analytics Google Analytics – Understanding the User Interface (UI)
  • 15. 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
  • 16. 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
  • 17. Google Analytics – Traffic Sources
  • 18. Google Analytics – Traffic Sources • Search Traffic Report • Direct Traffic Report • Referral Traffic Report
  • 19. 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
  • 20. Google Analytics – Filters (continued…)
  • 21. Google Analytics – Content Walkthrough Content Overview provides an at-a-glance overview of the key pageview metrics for your site
  • 22. Google Analytics – Landing Pages
  • 23. Google Analytics – Navigational Summary
  • 24. Google Analytics – Advanced Segmentation
  • 25. Google Analytics – Advanced Segmentation
  • 26. 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
  • 27. Google Analytics – Filters (continued…) Walk through an Advanced Segmentation Entry
  • 28. Google Analytics – Understanding Goals, Funnels, and Events
  • 29. Google Analytics – Understanding Goals, Funnels, and Events
  • 30. Google Analytics – Understanding Goals, Funnels, and Events To create a goal and funnel, go to setup and click on Profiles  Goals  URL Destination
  • 31. Google Tools for Webmasters
  • 32. 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
  • 33. Google Webmaster Account • – 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
  • 34. 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
  • 35. XML Sitemaps • • 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. •
  • 36. Sample XML Sitemap <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <urlset xmlns=" emap/0.9"> <url> <loc></loc> <lastmod>2005-01-01</lastmod> <changefreq>monthly</changefreq> <priority>0.8</priority> </url> </urlset>
  • 37. Urchin Tracking Code Example <script src="" type="text/javascript"> </script> <script type="text/javascript"> _uacct = "UA-UserCode-ProfileCode"; urchinTracker(); </script>
  • 38. 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) • •
  • 39. How Link Tracking Works website email RSS feed target page Each link has a tracking code embedded after the ? mark which is counted by the analytics
  • 40. 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
  • 41. 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!
  • 42. Q&A