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Google Analytics boasts a wealth of information, but it’s not the easiest tool to navigate. Add to the fact that you have other things to manage in your business, and we’re not always getting everything we can from the tool. Here are some of the areas where we can help.
To better understand your website’s performance and how people engage with the different pages on your site once they get there.
To better understand your website conversions, including where they happen, by tracking Events and Goals.
To better understand traffic quality and relevancy by understanding who is coming to your website and how they’re getting there.
To better understand your acquisition channels — how are people finding your website? Which channels are most effective?
To better understand traffic, conversions, and engagement metrics across your different website segments.
To better understand which products/pages are getting the most views and sales and where buyers commonly drop off or abandon products.
Our team will build relevant dashboards and help analyze your website’s overall performance so that you know how your website is performing as whole, how pages are performing comparatively, and how specific pages are performing.
Our team will build relevant dashboards and help analyze your website’s conversion rates and specific conversion points. This way, you’ll have a better understanding of where conversions happen happen most often and further leverage these insights elsewhere.
Our team will build out relevant dashboards and help you analyze your website’s audience by monitoring the volume and quality of your traffic based on dimensions like channels, sources, devices, geography, etc.
Our team will build out relevant dashboards and help you analyze the performance of your acquisition channels (i.e. organic vs. referral vs. email vs. social, etc.) so you can identify the high performers as well as the potential opportunities.
Our team will build out relevant dashboards and help you analyze the performance of your most important website segments both individually and comparatively.
Our team will build out relevant dashboards and help you analyze the performance of your online store as well as its specific products and pages.
Getting started can be as simple as sending an email or chat message.
Getting started is easy. Just create your free Databox account and connect your Google Analytics account. This way, we’ll be able to build your dashboards directly in your account.
Complete this questionnaire so that our team can learn about website’s and Google Analytics set up and better understand which dashboards would be most helpful for your business.
Once you’ve completed the questionnaire, our team will get started in building your dashboard(s) inside your existing Databox account. We’ll include the most effective visualizations for tracking your specific performance data, organize your dashboard in the cleanest way possible so that you can easily uncover insights, and provide personalized recommendations on how you can continue to expand your data analysis so you can discover insights across your area of focus.
From here, we’ll help you uncover your greater reporting needs and how Databox can help. See how to tie multiple reports together to paint a full picture, set goals you can visualize across your dashboards, and automate important performance trends with notifications. Once you receive your dashboard, schedule a call with one of our experts to learn what went into creating your dashboard and how to use it most efficiently moving forward.
Depending on your needs, we’ll create up to 15 dashboards through this service.
We follow the Predictable Performance Methodology, so when creating dashboards we aim to provide overviews, side-by-side views, and drilldown views. Overviews should be referenced multiple times a week to perform a health check. Side-by-side views help you learn what’s doing well and what to look into further. Drilldowns let you dig into one specific element (page, post, etc.) to view it’s singular performance. Together, they equip you with the tools you need to analyze your performance data.
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