With the rising worry among the businesses and blog over traffic inflow, traffic generation, and conversion rate, there are many pieces of advice out there that help you create a better website for your business or blog. While these advice are very useful there are various aspects of your website that you need to keep track of, after its creation.
To keep track of your website traffic and mould you into the popularity cast have become easy with the Google Analytics feature that is easily substituted into the desired business or blog website. To better understand the essential features of Google Analytics that will make your website shine, here are some handful of tips:
- Your location
One of the best things that Google Analytics help with is finding out where your traffic comes from. How were you located? We share out content in various places and keeping track of everything is easily done by Google Analytics. It tells you where most of your viewers come from. This helps you in targeting that place more. You can also start sharing your posts on more similar sites, whether it is a deal offer, a picture, a product, a post or anything else.
- Their location
Where were you located from? Knowing your target audience is as important as it is to know your target sites. When you check your audience’s geographic location, it will give you a generalized search of the area from where most of your traffic comes. You can then start timing more of your blog posts to match that area’s timings. Businesses can benefit from this by creating better services in areas which give them large traffic.
- Real Time
More than anything, it is desirable to check the progress of your post in real time. And this amazing feature is available with Google analytics. This real-time progress checking is especially useful for short-term campaigns, product launches, news releases, updates releases. You can track how the new update, product or campaign is doing and from where most of its traffic is generating.
- Most views
Often there is loads of content on a blog or business website and while it is great to see overall traffic increasing and converting, there is still room for improvement. Knowing the stats of an individual product, deal or post can lead to this improvement.
If a particular region shows the good result on a particular range of products compared to others, businesses can start to target such areas with a similar line of product and brands. Similarly, if a blogger gives various genre of blog posting and sees a better response of a particular type of genre, they should consider expanding in that region.
One of the great things about Google Analytics is that you can set up a Goal. It could anything from checkout to like, from conversion to comments, depending on your target. Once a goal is set, you can check which of your product, posts, brands or genres are reaching the most goal completion. You can also check from which referral (referrals are websites that drive lead others to your website) sites, these target completing visitors come from.
Needless to say, you have understood by now that Google Analytics is a must- have an essential tool to use. It will not only keep track of your visitors and converts for you but help you improvise with statistical data it provides a feedback.