Do you take your business seriously? I hope so! The success of your business depends on it.
Too many people in business today don’t do everything possible to make it a success. In other words, they spend a lot of time, monkeying around doing things that do not generate a profit or more business.
Maybe they have a website, but don’t keep it updated. Or perhaps they are not tracking the time of day their clients use social media when they would have the most eyes on their posts. It could be they are totally unaware of the data that is available to them free of charge.
Over the next few weeks, we will be talking about Google Analytics in our posts. Google Analytics is a tool that tracks visits to your website and so much more. If you use it properly you will learn where your traffic is coming from, which page is most popular, etc.
The trouble is, it can be a bit confusing, and many people don’t take the time to understand what the analytics mean for their business. We hope to simplify that and make sure you understand the wide variety of features and options available and how to use them.
Our next post will introduce you to Google Analytics and all it can do for you and your business. Then we will delve into how to use it and specific reports in subsequent posts. You are going to learn how to use Google Analytics to improve your website traffic and more!
So, if you have been monkeying around and not using these tools, take one more day and celebrate Monkey Around Day tomorrow, June 14. Your introduction to Google Analytics will be delivered on Thursday. After that….no excuse for monkeying around with your business!
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