Do you know where your most profitable customers come from and how they are finding you? What about how to identify untapped opportunities for new customers?
Then this course is for you. After taking this course you'll quickly gain all the skills you need to be a Google Analytics power user.
Google Analytics for Beginners takes you through all the reports found in your Google Analytics account. We'll dive in deep, as I explain each of the reports in detail and show you exactly how to use the information they contain to grow your business online.
This course follows a step-by-step process – using screencasts of an actual live Google Analytics account, so you can follow along in your own account. There are no long-winded lectures or boring PowerPoint presentations. Each lesson is simple and to the point.
What you will learn:
If you have any questions about the course feel free to email me anytime.
How to change the dates of a chart and how to compare to previous time periods.
Showing the different methods to export and send data from charts.
Changing the data displayed on the overview charts.
Changing the chart to display hourly, daily, weekly, or monthly data.
How to create annotation to mark changes in your account that you can go back and reference.
How to open an full report from an overview report.
Using the Explorer Tabs to add and compare metrics on the main chart.
Sorting and using the Data Chart
Using the Pie Chart for better data visualization.
Using the performance graph to view and compare metrics.
Comparing metrics to site averages
Intro into using Pivot Tables for deeper analysis.
Using the search and advanced search features to display data based on parameters you set.
Creating and sharing Google Analytics Dashboards for quick analysis.
Adding Shortcuts to your account for quick access to deep reports that you use often.
Diciphering Intelligent Events from your Google Analytics accounts.
How to look at the Demographics and Interests report if this feature is enabled on your account.
View where your visitors are coming from and what languages they speak.
Determine if visitors are New or Returning, their average frequency of visits, and their engagement.
View what devices and operating systems your visitors are viewing your site on.
Analyize the flow visitors use when coming to your website.
Walkthrough the Overview, Channels and All Traffic reports inside Google Analytics
Review how to see top performing referral sources and campaigns
Monitor the performance of keywords from Paid and Organic sources.
Dive deep into the performance of your AdWords campaigns to see engagement on your site and conversions from your campaigns.
Review performance of traffic coming from social sources including Facebook, twitter and LinkedIn.
Monitor queries and landing page performance of Organic Search traffic.
Walkthrough the Behavior Overview and see how website visitors are navigating through your site.
View information pertaining to your website pages, landing pages and exit pages.
See where you can improve your site's speed performance and see suggestions from Google.
See what your customers are searching for on your site and what events they are completing.
See what pages are driving the most ad revenue and get a visual representation of how users click through your website.
Analyize your goal completions as well as the paths that users take to get there.
View information pertaining to sales on your site including revenue, transactions and product performance.
View what role each channel plays in a conversion.
See how to make custom reports and how to import reports from the Google Analytics gallery.
Thanks for watching! If you have any question feel free to message me at any time. I am more than happy to help!
Corey is a Google and Bing accredited digital marketer with 8+ years of experience helping companies grow online. He is currently the Marketing Director at Code School which was recently acquired for more than $36,000,000. Prior to that, he managed multi-million dollar digital campaigns for companies such as Holiday Inn, Tony Roma's, Diamond Resorts and Universal Studios.