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Automated Reporting & Annotation

Automated Reporting & Annotation, In Google analytics, we can set an automated reporting. If we want on every Monday a report having the top 10 landing pages of the website, then in the email se…Read More

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Web Analytics – Actionable Reporting

Web Analytics – Actionable Reporting, Actionable reporting is the final part of the analytics analysis. When you are done with collecting data, the next step is actionable reporting. Graphics of the…Read More

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Web Analytics – Conversion

Web Analytics – Conversion, Conversion is when a user visits your page and performs an action, for example, purchase, sign-up, download, etc.…Read More

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Web Analytics – Emerging Analytics

Web Analytics – Emerging Analytics, You need to leverage data to drive insights in order to learn customers’ behavior on your website. There is nothing new in it. What alters the game is emer…Read More

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Web Analytics A/B Testing

Web Analytics A/B Testing, A/B Testing or split testing is a comparison between two variants of one aspect, say, two versions of a webpage. It is like running an experiment between two or…Read More

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Web Analytics – Key Metrics

Web Analytics – Key Metrics, You need to find a few key metrics for your business. You have a website and it has a tracking code in it. Now, you need to make sure what are you going to meas…Read More

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Web Analytics – Data Sources

Web Analytics – Data Sources, Data sources are simply the files created on DBM or feed. The objective of keeping a data source is to encapsulate all information in one stack and hide it from…Read More

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Web Analytics – Segmentation

Web Analytics – Segmentation, Segmentation is the process that segregates the data to find the actionable items. For example, you can categorize your entire website traffic data as one segme…Read More