SEO and Performance Analytics
analytics for monitoring SEO & site performance
Also, social media integrations for easy publishing to multiple accounts
Emily Williamson commented
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Erin Hill commented
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Steven Clark commented
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Matthew Thomure commented
Google Analytics is free, extremely powerful, and easy to add to your site. All you have to do is set up an account and paste some code into your global headers. Seriously, check it out.
Brooke Fitzpatrick commented
Would like to see some page analytics options. Ex. number of page clicks, number of unique users, etc. to gauge traffic to our site.
Alex Sirota commented
Adding conversion analytics tags to ** is somewhat painful. We use Custom HTML gadget for this, but one place that is not possible is on payment checkout
A comment on how payments are made in WA. It seems that a payments processor page (website) is invoked OUTSIDE of the ** site to complete a transaction. That has some benefits like complete control of the payment UI and SSL encryption for all transactions.
The one draw back it has is that you cannot place conversion tags with google analytics into that page.
I think conversion tracking is an essential part of the membership conversion process and it would be nice to be able to track marketing campaigns held outside of ** to conversion to various registrations/payments made.
Mollie O'Neill commented
We need to let potential know how many people check out our site to find suppliers for eLearning courses. We also need to know internally, what pages are attracting attention and which ones get no hits. At present, we don't know who finds us on the web.