Segmentation is crucial in order to understand the visitors of a website and how to serve them better. Website visitors have different tastes, needs and levels of maturity, and they should be analyzed taking that into account. Among segmentation techniques two are especially important: data-driven analysis and Personas segmentation. Segmentation is a required step for the Behavioral Targeting process.
In this article Daniel Waisberg discusses an important development in the DFP & Google Analytics 360 integration: the Audience Sharing feature (beta) that allows publishers to share Google Analytics 360 Audiences with DFP bringing a series of benefits.
In this article you will learn about a Google Sheets add-on created by Pedro Avila, Senior Solutions Architect at Google, that will help Google Analytics users manage their custom dimensions in a more robust and organized way, while using an interface they are comfortable with.
By my unofficial count, there are approximately a million ways to segment your users within Google Analytics. One of my favorite segments for predicting future success is looking at the demographics reports, because they allow us to look at the age range and gender of our customers to a great level of accuracy. Learn how to make the most out of it.
This article is a guide to the new Google Analytics Chrome extension: In-Page Analytics. The extension is intended to help its users understand their customers in a better and faster way.
Are you struggling with Google Analytics segments every now and then? Would you like to learn how to use/build them instead of just being overwhelmed with a "best segments" posts? If your answer to these questions is yes, I recommend you read this article very carefully!
In this article Scott Shannon looks at the new demographic and psychographic segments in Google Analytics, and we learn how we can use this information to help inform our marketing and advertising initiatives. Using user segments in conjunction with audience/customer demographics opens up a whole new realm for web analysts and marketers.
If like many companies, you report value as page view volume, visit volume, social likes or tweets, then your boss is most likely to say: "so what?" (and if she or he doesn't, s/he should.) If you are lucky, s/he will grudgingly renew your budget for another season on the simple idea that digital marketing is not going away any time soon. But there is so much more you could be doing with essentially the same data!
Let's have a closer look at the next Conversion Rate Optimization Maturity Model's pillar: Activities. We've already described People and Knowledge, which are the main inputs for this pillar. The typical outputs of the activities are insights which you're able to apply to your site and improve the conversion.
Your consumers are telling you so much about who they are and what they want! With passive text analysis, you can finally start to both listen and cut through the noise to provide some value for those big social media budgets.
Every now and then, your business requirements demand some metric or dimension that is not available out-of-the box in your analytics solution. Luckily, this is becoming less common as measurement systems evolve. But in some cases a custom dimension can bring additional value to your business. Here is when...