|Sent on:||Thursday, September 29, 2011 6:27 PM|
To get us over the hurdle of using Google Analytics to seriously improve profit, I'm planning to present some of your sites as case studies.
Do you want us to use your site as one of our examples? This is a golden opportunity for some expert consulting. If so, please answer the questions below. I plan to schedule the meeting for around 2 weeks from now if we have the case studies to use.
I sent the message below and was surprised that I got so little response. Please read and answer!
At our last meeting, I found that most people are below a profit threshold on using Google Analytics. What is a profit threshold? Can you give a positive, proactive response to these 10 questions? If not, you are below the profit threshold.
Getting just past that profit threshold is not hard, and does not take that much work. But you must get there if you want to make money.
You need to clearly understand where analytics fits into your business and how it can make a difference. For a great article on this, read How Google Analytics Custom Reports Helped My Client to Increase His Revenue, sent by Steve Mertz.
Is your Google Analytics set up for at least the profit threshold??? If not, see the tutorials at http://lowhangingloot....
These are only the tutorials for getting you past the profit threshold; more complex ones are not included.
I want to schedule a follow up meeting on Google Analytics with the goal of getting everyone past the profit threshold. And I want to use real-life examples from your sites.
Want to be an example? Please email me with:
1. The major goal you want to tackle with Google Analytics. Include what problems you have been having addressing it.
2. What are your basic analytics (traffic, keywords, sources, current conversion) that can give us an idea of where you stand?
3. What has been most confusing to you about tackling this goal and how analytics applies?
Email me at anita(at)ebizowners.com. Or call me at[masked]-8002.
Here's to increasing profits….