Join us for our next Flag Tech Talk entitled, “A Look at Google Analytics & Website Statistics” to be held on Wednesday, October 21st at 6 pm at Bookmans.
This discussion is geared towards helping you see how successful your Internet Marketing has been and help you plan for the future. It will be presented by Joe Bodin of Reliable Web Designs.
Do you have a clue how your website is doing this year? Did you get more visitors? Are you being found on all the major Search Engines? What Search Words have people used to find you? Are they using Desktop Computers or Mobile Devices?
We’ll be looking at a number of different Website Statistics programs to answer these questions with a focus on Google Analytics. No other form of marketing can give you the wealth of information that Website Statistics can as to how your marketing campaign is doing. You can’t know how many people saw your ad in a newspaper or magazine, or how many people heard your radio ad. But, you can know exactly how many people came to your website, where they came from, how they found you, and what information they actually looked at. This can help you in so many ways to make your business or organization more successful!
We will be looking at a number of webstat programs that are standard on most web servers or can be installed into your site like Google Analytics & Webmaster Tools, Yahoo/Bing Webmaster Tools, Webalizer, AwStats, and a few others. Come make better use of your online marketing by learning about your website statistics!
This lecture is part of the Flag Tech Talk discussion series that is held on the third Wednesday of every month. These free technical lectures are designed to help educate regular people so they understand more about computers, the internet, and the resources available to them when it comes to managing their small business or organization. They are sponsored by Reliable Web Designs, Bookmans, and Coconino SBDC. These are more personal discussions than lectures and we’d encourage everyone to come armed with questions…!
No Techno-Babble Allowed!