Five Google Analytics You May Be Under-Utilizing
You’re probably thinking, “Wait –are they telling me that I can segment my website data into preset groups, declutter my graphs, and still get the same useful information I need?” – YOU BET WE ARE.
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Time of day & day of week
4a. Time of day & day of week – Utilize your traffic peaks! Mention premiums, sponsors, new events; anything that could benefit from lots of views during your peak times. For the low-traffic period, advertise coupons, deals, or other offers to increase traffic on slow days.
4b. Gender – Have a brand that markets to both genders, but having a conversion dip in one in particular? In the Audience > Demographics section of GA, decipher at what times, and what day, each gender is on your site and use that data to re-strategize your marketing!
Custom conversion tracking
The more conversions you’re able to track from each platform, the more results you’ll be able to collect and prove your marketing genius. Let’s be real here, if you can show that the path-to-purchase originated from organic social posts, was re-visited due to paid re-targeting, and then officially converted because of email marketing –then you’ve just proved that the marketing strategy you developed is working.
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