Part 10 – Tracking & Understanding The Behaviour Of Your Website Visitors

We know how many visitors we are getting to our site, and we know a bit about them in terms of the demographics, interests and location. We also know we acquired them, be it from a referral site, social media or organic search. What about knowing what they did when they reached our site? Where … Continue reading Part 10 – Tracking & Understanding The Behaviour Of Your Website Visitors

Part 9 – Using Goals To Track & Measure A Specific Path Or Action On Your Website

Most people have goals of some kind or other. It could be your own personal life goals (buy a house, get a Tesla, pay off all your debt), or goals set with your manager for what to work on this year. If you’ve taken any kind of management or personal development course, you likely know … Continue reading Part 9 – Using Goals To Track & Measure A Specific Path Or Action On Your Website

Part 8 – Understand How You Are Acquiring Your Website Visitors

You are getting a TON of visitors to your site, the traffic is going up which is awesome! But where are they all coming from? Even if you just share your blog posts on Twitter, that doesn’t mean that’s where they are all coming from. People are ‘hopefully’ finding you via Organic search (typing something … Continue reading Part 8 – Understand How You Are Acquiring Your Website Visitors

Part 7 – Understanding More About Your Website Audience

You’ve got your Google Tag Manager account set up with your Google Analytics variable, and everything is being tracked nicely. So just who are these people flocking to your website? It’s time to start digging in and getting to grips with the Audience section. What can we find out about them at this point? Let’s … Continue reading Part 7 – Understanding More About Your Website Audience

Part 6 – Using Google Tag Manager To Combine Your Tracking Code In One

Google Analytics has been around since 2005. Google Tag Manager was introduced in 2012. It provides webmasters and marketers with a way to quickly add, replace and modify code snippets in one place without needing access to the website code each time. So, we need to add the code for Google Analytics to track site … Continue reading Part 6 – Using Google Tag Manager To Combine Your Tracking Code In One

Part 5 – Setting Up The Search Console For Google Analytics

One of the areas in the Google Analytics Acquisition section is the Search Console. Search Console is another free Google product which provides data and analytics designed to help you with pointers and information so you can improve your site’s performance in Google search. By enabling the Search Console within Google Analytics, you can see … Continue reading Part 5 – Setting Up The Search Console For Google Analytics

Part 4 – Creating Additional Filtered Views Of Website Data

When setting up Google Analytics, a default View of the data is created. This view is of All Website Data for the property you added. So, we can see everything for the website no matter which pages they visited. While this is great, sometimes you just want to look at one specific area of the … Continue reading Part 4 – Creating Additional Filtered Views Of Website Data

Part 3 – Reviewing Realtime Data In Google Analytics

So we’ve got Google Analytics tracking code added to our website, and we’ve filtered out our own IP address, and hopefully, we are getting visits to our website (even if it’s just your Dad and your brother to get started with!). One of the sections in Google Analytics that’s kind of the most fun, and … Continue reading Part 3 – Reviewing Realtime Data In Google Analytics

Part 2 – Filter Out Your Own IP Address From Your Website Traffic

We are going to dig into SO MUCH functionality in this Google Analytics series, but first, we need to look at some of the not so exciting stuff so we can make it work in the best way possible for us. Now, if you’ve just started out in your blogging journey, or are creating a … Continue reading Part 2 – Filter Out Your Own IP Address From Your Website Traffic

Part 1 -Setting Up Google Analytics On Your Website

You’ve got a great website, perhaps it’s brand new and you are dipping your toe into the world of blogging? Maybe you are working on a project and implementing a Power Apps Portal and your client wants to track visits to the site. Whatever your website situation, using Google Analytics is a great option for … Continue reading Part 1 -Setting Up Google Analytics On Your Website