Track your marketing efforts with Google Analytics

So, you have poured copious amounts of blood, sweat, and tears into promoting your business online. Ok, maybe not any blood, but certainly countless hours of hard work, effort, and your fair share of perspiration have gone into getting the word about your products or services out across the internet and other venues. Don’t you want to see how these efforts are working? Fortunately, there is a comprehensive solution available from one of the giants of the internet industry to help you see how your marketing efforts are paying off. Oh, and did we mention it is absolutely free?

Google Analytics provides you with a way to see how your website is performing. What are your most popular pages? How many visitors does your site get a day? Which sites are generating the most traffic for your website? These questions (and more) are all answered by Google Analytics. You can even check to see how many people visited your site from Timbuktu!

With all of this in depth statistical information available at the click of a mouse button, you might worry about becoming overwhelmed. However, Google has designed a sleek, user-friendly interface that lets you find the information that you need to maximize your marketing efforts with relative ease. For a step-by-step guide on how to get going with Google Analytics, check out this blog:

How to Use Google Analytics (For Beginners)

FYI, for all you training providers out there, Google Analytics is a great way to see how much traffic TrainingTime.com is bringing to your site. Oh, and one more time, just in case you missed it… ITS FREE! Enjoy.

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