You’re Invited to a Webinar: “The Right Ways to Use Analytics for Local Businesses”

What: “The Right Ways to Use Analytics for Local Businesses” Webinar with Carlin Leung, a Strategic Analyst and Google Analytics expert at Quiet.ly and Connectivity Content Marketing Manager Josh Ades.

Why: Because “vanity metrics” don’t do anything for your business. Your website needs a reason to exist and a link to the right measurements. We’ll help you figure it out.

When: Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2015

Time: 11:00 a.m. PST | 1:00 p.m. CST | 2:00 p.m. EST

Sign Up: Let us know you’re coming!

A lot of companies make the mistake of setting up analytics on their website; spending huge sums of money on advertising to drive traffic (and a social following) to that website; and then stalling on what to do with all of the traffic they’ve created.

Join our webinar for a journey into website analytics. We’ll talk about what to track such as audience demographics, conversions and search acquisition. We’ll also have a conversation surrounding the best-kept secrets in Google Analytics that can help grow your business.

Attend the webinar where we’ll share valuable information such as:

  • Figuring out the goal of your website
  • Setting up tracking goals that are in line with your business
  • Selecting tools that support Google Analytics
  • Choosing other analytics tools that are great for local marketing

The webinar will include time for live questions. Plan to join us and learn how to make analytics work for your business.

About Carlin Leung
Carlin is an analytical thinker—he’s in his element when deconstructing problems and crunching numbers. His unhealthy love of Excel and Google Analytics helps him power the strategy team at Quietly. When not in front of a spreadsheet, Carlin can be found watching hockey or experimenting with macros.

Alex is VP of Marketing for Connectivity.

 


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