Marketing Measurement is fundamental to any company operating on the internet. Having an accurate and comprehensive Web Analytics tool helps the marketer to understand important insights such as campaign success, customer value and profitability per market segment.
This presentation, by hjc New Media, shows the advantages to integrate usability and analytics efforts. It starts by presenting an introduction to the field of web usability, why it is important, and its Return on Investment.
In this presentation, Professors Eric Bradlow and Peter Fader from Wharton Customer Analytics Initiative, discuss ways to measure user engagement. Prof. Fader starts by stating that the old Reach and Frequency theory still apply to online measurement: it is all about the trade-off of reaching many people a few times or reaching a few people many times. Prof. Bradlow talks about the multiple metrics that should exist, one for each company, or rather one for each purpose in a company.
In this presentation, from Avinash Kaushik, we learn about what he calls 'Non-Line Analytics'. As he defines it, there is no more online and offline marketing, we all live in the non-line world. He shows ways to measure the impact of offline in online marketing, and the impact of online in offline marketing.
This book explains all that is needed in order to understand the impact of Social Media efforts made by businesses. From this understanding, the author shows how to optimize and make the most out of it.
This book has a very interesting way to bring basic and important concepts and very advanced techniques side by side. It was written using a friendly tone; it uses every day talk to describe complex subjects.
This book presents techniques to improve website using Google Analytics. The questions answered on the book are: Why Web Analytics is important & what are the available technologies? How Google Analytics works & how it deals with privacy?