Article Archive by Fiorella Öxndal


November 19 2015

Why Do Events Matter?

by Fiorella Alvarado

In order to collect website data, Google Analytics Tracking Code (GATC) sends an “interaction” each time a user views a page on a tagged website. This baseline implementation, can provide immediate insights such as:

  • The number of users who began at the Homepage and flowed to the X Section of the website
  • Percentage of users who came to the website from paid advertising and submitted information to a lead-gen form
  • Which traffic source that leads to the most eNewsletter sign-ups
  • Blog posts with most views

However, in order for a website to present the right content to the right audience, a business needs to understand user interactions and flow through a website much more intimately.  Read More

October 8 2015

Why you Should Keep your Current Google Analytics Account

by Fiorella Alvarado

A frequent question that our Analytics and Data Solutions team receives is “Should I keep the current Google Analytics account on my new site or start fresh with a new account?”

While we recommend working with an experienced data analyst to evaluate the pros and cons for your business, we generally recommend that you keep the same account. Changes in functionality, hierarchy and page URLs may require modifications to the User Interface regardless of whether you keep the same account or proceed with a new one, however keeping the same account has the following important advantages:

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April 30 2015

Mobilegeddon: Google’s Mobile Algorithm Update

by Fiorella Alvarado

At the end of February, Google posted the Finding More Mobile-Friendly Search Results announcement on their Webmaster Central Blog. While the search engine has always made mobile-readiness and easy access of information a priority, it will use mobile-friendliness as a stronger ranking signal than ever before. Google’s goal is to reward websites that are mobile friendly by giving them a “boost.”

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