Google Analytics for photographers
Understanding your website’s performance doesn’t have to be difficult or expensive. Our Google Analytics Course for Photographers will teach you how to track the most important data for your website, so you can make informed decisions & improve your business growth.
Who is this course for?
Those of you who aren’t sure how to use Google Analytics. Who want to understand how their website is performing to be able to improve it. Those who are interested in making decisions based on actual data, rather than just feelings. And those who are not getting website traffic from organic traffic sources and want to find out why.
What will you learn?
Understanding your website can make a huge difference to your business and how you interact with users on your site. To understand your site, you’ll need data. Thankfully one of the most powerful tools that lets you collect and analyze data is Free, it’s Google Analytics. In the following course we aim to teach you the fundamentals of Google Analytics, starting with setting up your account correctly, adding the GA code to your site, and then teaching you how to understand the most important metrics for photographers. With this knowledge you’ll be able to track your website’s success and make informed decisions to further improve your results.
The following modules are covered in this course:
- Introduction to importance of GA
- Setting up GA & Cleaning up spam
- Creating and Tracking Goals
- Navigating Google Analytics
- Understanding Site’s Most Important Metrics
- Understanding your content
- Where are your users coming from
- Tracking conversions (with goals)
And much more!
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Do I need previous experience with Google Analytics
No prior experience is needed. We will take you from the setup right up to understanding your most important site metrics.
I don't have Google Analytics yet, so I won't have data
That’s not a problem. We teach you how to set up Google Analytics, and prepare you so you’re ready to understand the data you’ll be tracking.