Website Analytics Reports
Aside from knowing how many people are visiting your website, it is also important to know where they are coming from. Are your social networking platforms successful at driving traffic to your website?
We’ll set up Google Analytics on your website (if it’s not there), and monitoring traffic source reports. We’re certified Google Authorized Analytics Consultants so there’s a lot of information and insight so you can count on that we will share lots of information on your reports.
For more information on our Analytics services, visit our Google Analytics Services page.
What are your social networking goals? (ex. Are we able to build better relationships with our key audience? Participate in conversations where we hadn’t previously had a voice? Move from a running monologue to a meaningful dialogue with customers?)
Through quantitative analysis, your company will understand metrics like positive/Negative word of mouth, quality of enquiries, positive press, quality of comments etc. This is done through a great deal of human analysis.
You need to know what people’s opinion is of your company. Is it positive or is it not? Are people’s perception changing? Did you just release a press release and are people talking about it? Are you becoming more influential in the community?
We’ll track how much and what is being said about your company as well as the number of people following and being influenced by you.
Facebook, one of the world’s most popular social networking sites, allows you to engage with your fans in more ways than ever before – and Insights now allows you to dive into the context of those interactions with deep analytics. We now show you how users are interacting with your page, broken down by Wall posts, likes and comments.
Who’s watching my videos? Have you ever wondered how videos show up in web search engine results? How long does my video take to get popular?
We will keep track of detailed statistics for YouTube Videos. Through our reports you’ll discover statistics such as:
- how many views your video has over specific periods of time,
- the demographic and geographic breakouts of the views and,
- how people are finding the video content (web search, YouTube search, embed, etc…)