Audit and Fine Tune Google Analytics with this online course

1693790_9ee2_2Signup for this course for Step by Step Guide to validate your Google Analytics Setup and Tune it to get the correct data that you can trust.

A large number of Google Analytics setups we have come across are either broken or are not setup properly.

In this course I will teach you how to improve your Google Analytics configuration so that you can be confident about the data it collects.

In this course I will walk you through the steps of validating your Google Analytics setup and Configuration.

Don’t waste your time analyzing Google Analytics data before you have gone through this course. 

Take this course

This is a must have course for anybody who uses Google Analytics.  – Take this course

There are too many people wasting time and resources on reporting and optimization before having fixed the measurement part.

However, the issue with this out of the box setup  is that accounts often contain spam sessions, internal sessions, no or little goal tracking and inaccurate e-commerce tracking. As a result, this can mean inaccurate measurement and can make it harder to identify and debug website issues.

To help you through this I have put together a Google Analytics audit checklist which I will continue to keep up to date as Google Analytics rolls out new features and functionality.

This is the same checklist we use to audit our clients’ setup and charge our clients thousands of dollars.  You can use the template and save that money. That is called great ROI.

If you are already familiar with Google Analytics and know why something is required or not required then you can just jump to the Audit template, which by itself, is worth the value of this course.  If you do want to go through the reason then you can watch videos to figure why something should be checked and audited.

Why you should learn from me? – Take this course

I have been in Digital Marketing and Analytics for over 15 years. I have trained people from diverse backgrounds and have converted them into high performing Digital Marketers and Analysts.  I understand both the technology and marketing side of business.  I have dealt with many analytics technologies way before Google Tag manager existed and know the inner working of Digital Analytics.

In addition, I have developed various course and taught students from all over the world. I am online instructor for University of British Columbia (Canada), University of Washington (USA), Bellevue College (USA) and Digital Analytics Association.

I have an engineering degrees and an MBA.


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Winning with a laser-like approach in athletics and eCommerce

After the long buildup, I can’t believe the 2018 Winter Olympics have come and gone. What I appreciate about the Olympics is the hard work and sacrifice that each athlete undertakes to get there and for the select few, medal in the sport they love.

I came across this article  where the first lines state ‘Raise your game Love a sport? Get better with targeted training – Optimal performance. It’s what athletes seek no matter their chosen sport. ’ Even as a weekend warrior who dabbles in jiu-jitsu and boxing, I too implement a targeted approach in my training where I carefully balance the skill work of jiu-jitsu/boxing with endurance, strength and conditioning activities. If having a targeted training strategy works for both high level and recreational athletes, then why aren’t digital marketers implementing a more targeted, highly segmented approach to their online visitors to help drive increased revenues?

Digital marketers – are you helping build or bring down your brand’s name with a non-targeted approach?

Consider my recent experiences with online retailers:

  • Purchased a pair of jeans last month and have since received 18 emails in the last 30 days about purchasing more jeans (seriously how many jeans does a guy need)
  • Shopped for a pair of running shoes when I get shown offers for basketball shoes (never played basketball)
  • Bought an infant toy when my niece was born – that company now emails me on a regular basis with suggestions for toddler toys

 The first two examples have no clue about relevancy targeting while the last one understands my behavior and thus will continue to earn my business.

How machine learning can help digital marketers create relevant content at the right time

In order to beat your completion, you first must truly understand your web visitors. Today’s ‘one-size’ fits all digital marketing approach will simply not work. Just like some Pyeong Chang athletes outperformed the ones in Sochi, digital marketers need to make it their daily mission to get better than they were yesterday. Fortunately, with advancements in technology, machine learning can be your tool in helping you become a top-tier digital marketer. There are some machine learning algorithms that can now score all your web visitors on their level of engagement on your site thus making it easier for you to target them with an appropriate message at the precise time that will increase their chances of converting.

Saw this quote from a Techtarget article ‘Facebook achieved web dominance by riding a business model of understanding users and feeding them tailored content and advertising.’  In today’s e-commerce world, it’s a daily fight to get ahead of your competitors.

What are your thoughts in using machine learning for implementing highly targeted content for your web visitors?

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Career in Web and Digital Analytics – Online Course

I recently developed an online course which provides information on the Career in Digital and Web analytics. The course is a result of the emails that I get from recent graduates and people who are looking to change their career.  This course “Career in Web & Digital Analytics” is currently available on Udemy 
The course covers following area:

  • Introduction to the filed
  • Salary Expectation – Industry surveys
  • Various Roles
  • Deep dive into the roles
  • Career progression
  • Education and Skills
  •  Resources for Learning

I will add more content based on the student feedback.  Here are some ideas of content that I will be adding soon (you will have access to the course forever, so any new content will be available to you as soon as I upload it).

  • Who hires – various types of companies
  • What a digital marketer needs to know
  • Step by step guide

If you are not able to afford $20 for the course but still want it, then let me know what you would like to pay and I will send you a link for the discounted offer.

This is a guest post by Anil Batra

Social Media Usage and Estimate Stats – 2016-2021

This year, 2.46 billion individuals, or one-third of the global population and 71.0% of internet users, will access social networks at least once a month, up 8.2% from 2016. Mobile phone adoption and expanding mobile coverage will drive that growth.





Most user growth will be driven by the widespread availability of affordable smartphones, accessible Wi-Fi coverage and expanding 3G and 4G networks. Individuals taking advantage of these developments in Asia-Pacific, Latin America and the Middle East and Africa will largely be new internet users who are signing up for social media for the first time. In 2017, 81.8% of social network users worldwide will log on via a mobile phone. By 2021, that share will grow to 86.7%.





Difference between Web Analytics and Digital Analytics

Web Analytics and Digital Analytics are quite often used interchangeably.  I have been asked, by my students and some clients, about the difference in these two, so I decided to write this short post to clarify the terms.

As you can see from the Google Trends graph, Google searches for “Digital Analytics” were nonexistent till Web Analytics Association changed its name to Digital Analytics Association. Since then the term “Digital Analytics” has started to pick up.

In early days of internet, companies started to analyze website data such as users, visitors, visits, page views etc. and the term used to describe this analysis was called “ Web Analytics”.

Then came other forms of online (digital channels) such as email, search, social, mobile etc. and increasingly Digital Analytics folks were including this data and analysis of all these channels to provide a complete view of the “Digital” channels, marketing and customers. To fully include the scope of work of “Web Analysts” a new term “Digital Analytics” was coined.

“Web Analytics” companies like WebTrends, Omniture (now Adobe), Google Analytics etc. also started including data from other online channels and transformed from Web Analytics tools to Digital Analytics tools.

When I was on the board of “Web Analytics Association” from 2009 – 2011, we had several discussions regarding the name of the association. The general consensus was that our members were doing much more than traditional “Web Analytics” and association needs to change the name and scope to include the changing role of “Web Analytics”. Association finally changed the name to “Digital Analytics Association” on March 5th, 2012.

So back to the original question – What is the difference between Web Analytics and Digital Analytics?

Web Analytics is analysis of the website data.

Digital Analytics includes analysis of data from all digital channels that includes websites. Data from search, display advertising, social, email, mobile etc. is included to provide a complete view of the digital marketing and customers.

Though usage of Digital Analytics is picking up, “Web Analytics” is still searched more often than “Digital Analytics” as shown in the following Google Trends chart

SQL for Marketers and Marketing Analysts


Marketers and Marketing Analysts generally depend on the tools or IT department to help them pull the data for marketing purposes. There comes a time when they can’t just wait around for IT to help them data pulls and manipulations.  They have to know how to do it on their own. This course is for those marketers who would like to know how to use SQL to conduct their marketing analysis.

The course uses MYSQL to show how SQL works but all the leanings and syntax are applicable to other databases as well.  Sign up for SQL for Marketers and Marketing Analysts


Manager, Digital Analytics at MEC, New York City

MEC-Logo.svg_-292x300The Digital Analytics Group is responsible for driving analysis and strategic thinking across all of the MEC client engagements and new business developments. We are looking for people that possess a solid foundation in statistical and economic theory to be applied to the dynamic world of interactive media planning and buying. Although prior experience is not required, a background in media, marketing or consulting is a plus. Digital marketing experience preferred but not required.

Detailed Description:
• Assist clients in defining measurement strategy, vision, and infrastructure requirements to support high level business and measurement objectives and improve client decision making
• Identify effective and innovative solutions to be used for Online Advertising (OLA), Search Engine Marketing (SEM), Direct Marketing (DM), or Website measurement
• Apply various quantitative methods to analyze and interpret information from multiple data sources (database, research and syndicated)
• Create test designs and models, provide insight to analyses, and make recommendations
• Communicate and apply all online and offline capabilities as they relate to other agency disciplines
• Provide functional expertise in database marketing, integrated channel marketing (including web), analytical tools, techniques, and other infrastructure requirements
• Develop, test, and evaluate new tools in one area of functional expertise
• Provide client-team support to ensure high quality deliverables
• Development of customized client reporting models in Excel and Word
• Basic statistical modeling knowledge such as regression and correlation analysis required
• Create logical structures, clear storylines and conclusions
• The Analytics Manager will lead one or more analysts to complete the various levels of work and provide strategic oversight of projects

• MEC places significant importance on qualities such as intellectual curiosity, responsibility, determination, creativity, flexibility, drive, and self-confidence. Must be highly motivated with a strong record of professional achievement.
• Experience in statistical modeling, database marketing, economic analysis, and/or agency/consulting experience a plus.
• Working knowledge of database design, applications, and data flows desired.
• Digital Attribution experience strongly preferred (for example, experience with Visual IQ, Adometry, Convertro)
• Ad serving experience preferred (DoubleClick, DART, Atlas)
• Prior advertising agency experience required
• Prior management experience required
• Basic knowledge of integrated marketing and customer relationship management disciplines desired.
• Possession of excellent written, oral communication and presentation skills.
• Proficient in Excel, Word, PowerPoint.
• Strong working knowledge of relational databases and advanced knowledge with Excel (macros, VBA) and Access; SQL programming experience a plus.
• Candidates with 5+ years of experience will be considered

About MEC
MEC delivers value by creating, implementing and measuring communication solutions that actively engage people with brands.

Media planning and buying : Digital media : Search : Acquisition marketing : Social media : Analytics and insight : Sport, Entertainment and Cause : Multi-cultural : Content : Retail : Integrated planning
Our 4,400 highly talented and motivated people work with domestic and international clients in 84 countries. We are a founding partner of GroupM.

To find out more, visit us at\

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49 Marketing and Analytics Blog Posts From Around The World This Week

It is hard to keep up with every blog post out there so we have consolidated them in one post. To get this list directly in your mailbox just subscribe to our mailing list.
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Post Title Blogger
3 Blog Posts for Measuring Social Media With Google Analytics Google Analytics Premium
Getting Started with Google Analytics: Part 1 Google Analytics Premium
‘Big’ Still Haunts Analytics All Analytics
New Encryption Process Might Improve Big Data All Analytics
Voice of the Customer With Analytics in the Cloud All Analytics
The New Analytics Experience Takes to the Road All Analytics
An Algorithm Gets Rhythm All Analytics
Where Are Different Languages Spoken? All Analytics
Technology in Healthcare, Chipping Away All Analytics
Database Fundamentals: The First Half of Database Science for Analysts All Analytics
Share Ideas for the Analytics Talent Crunch All Analytics
Bald Eagles Return to the United States All Analytics
Google Tag Manager Lars Johansson
Visualiseringar i realtid Lars Johansson
Office Manager Peter ONeill
Head of Optimisation Peter ONeill
Vectors in R Gunjan
Advanced vectors in R Gunjan
Functions in R Gunjan
NA and NULL in R Gunjan
Data Frames in R Gunjan
Reading file in R Gunjan
Graphics in R Gunjan
Writing R Functions Gunjan
Como as novas tendências de Telecom tem afetado as empresas? Leonardo Naressi
Evento Share 2015 SP Leonardo Naressi
YouTube Tracking In Google Analytics & Google Tag Manager Robbin Steif
Creative Digital Marketing Is Ok, But Test Everything Robbin Steif
Learn to optimize your tag implementation with Google Tag Manager Fundamentals Google Analytics
Remarketing Lists for Search Ads, Powered by Google Analytics Google Analytics
How To Setup Enhanced Ecommerce Impressions Using Scroll Tracking Google Analytics
A Conversation on Google Analytics Integrations Daniel Waisberg
5 questions on Data Storytelling to Brent Dykes, Evangelist for Customer Analytics at Adobe Nicolas Malo
How to Use a Giveaway to Accelerate the Growth of Your Email List Hiten Shah
The Top Five Kissmetrics Reports Every Ecommerce Marketer Needs Hiten Shah
5 Techniques That Will Keep Your Customers from Defecting to the Competition Hiten Shah
5 Essential Ways Marketing Must Change to Support Inside Sales Hiten Shah
How to Use Social Proof to get Better Results from Facebook Ads Hiten Shah
How Brands Can Drive Results with Promoted Pinterest Pins Hiten Shah
A Love Affair: Social Data & Strategy Hiten Shah
Creating an Effective Conversion Optimization Process (Infographic) Hiten Shah
The Top Frustrating Problems with Instagramming for Business – And How to Fix Them! Hiten Shah
How to Find Which Areas of Your Site Need A/B Testing Hiten Shah
Using Tealeaf and Digital Analytics Part 2 – Big Data Segmentation Ryan Ekins
Amazing social experiment in London David Iwanow
Marketing Mobile Apps David Iwanow
Personalization – Challenges Facing Marketers Optimization Today
How To Identify and Avoid Technical SEO Optical Illusions Glenn Gabe
Phantanda – Why The SEO Nuclear Option Is Important For Sites Hit By Phantom 2 and Panda Glenn Gabe

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Personalization – Challenges Facing Marketers

This infographic by Experian is based on the survey of Marketers in UK. Lack of resources is the biggest challenge facing marketers today.  It is very surprising to learn that 61% of the UK marketers only use simple data such as First Name and Last Name to do personalization.



100+ Digital Marketing and Growth Hacking Posts That You Might Have Missed

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Eliminating Dumb Ghost Referral Traffic in Google Analytics Robbin Steif
Putting the “Universal” in Analytics: Best Practices Robbin Steif
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Building Google Analytics Powered Widgets Daniel Waisberg
Join Me On My Analytics Journey (Guest Blog) Gabriele Endress
5 questions to Ben Gaines, Senior Product Manager for Adobe Analytics Nicolas Malo
Getting Valuable Marketing Data Out of Google Analytics (Infographic) Hiten Shah
The Retargeting Myth – How Remarketing Could be Sabotaging Your Sales and Conversion Rates Hiten Shah
How to Acquire Customers on a $0 Marketing Budget (Infographic) Hiten Shah
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Mastering LinkedIn, The Personal Branding Epicenter of the Internet Hiten Shah
7 AdWords Alternatives That Failed, Except For One Hiten Shah
Another Online Marketing Opportunity is Knocking: Hello #HashtagSearch Hiten Shah
4 Common Errors That Kill Data-Driven Decisions Hiten Shah
Infographic: The Science of Brands on Instagram Hiten Shah
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B2B – Bathroom to Business Raghu Kashyap
Facebook Like Box Stops 23rd June 2015 David Iwanow
Now We Have Liftoff: The First Examples of Google’s Mobile Friendly Algorithm In Action Glenn Gabe
From SEO Tools To Emulation To Devices, How To Check Smartphone Rankings As Google’s Mobile-Friendly Algorithm Rolls Out Glenn Gabe
Phantom 2 – Analyzing The Google Update That Started On April 29, 2015 Glenn Gabe
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Analytic Roles in the Enterprise – What’s with the Taxonomy and Meta-Data Systems? Gary Angel
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Crikey! What the UK Election Fiasco Tells us about Enterprise Voice of Customer Gary Angel
6 Reasons Why Your Google Analytics Reports Might Be Wrong Google Analytics Premium
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When the Business Leader Says, ‘Wrong!’ All Analytics
Who Paid $500K for a US Visa? Over 10,000 People All Analytics
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ADOBE SUMMIT 2015 Leonardo Naressi
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3 AdWords Ad Extensions Every Account Needs (And 4 Business-Specific Extensions Too!) Robbin Steif
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Evolving Beyond The Conversion With Neil Hoyne Google Analytics
Solutions Guide for Implementing Google Analytics via Google Tag Manager Google Analytics
Google Analytics Introduces Product Release Notes Google Analytics
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3 Quick Ways to Make Your App More Lucrative and Loveable Localytics
World Cup Final Shows Strong App Engagement Localytics
4 Must-Try App Marketing Campaigns for eCommerce & Retail Apps Localytics
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Is Your App Engaging Enough? [Infographic] Localytics
The 10 Most Telling Quotes About the Future of Mobile Localytics
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Know Your Users: What Is The Difference Between Profile Data and Behavioral Data? Localytics
6 Surefire Signs You Should Invest in Push and In-App Messaging Localytics
15 Google Analytics Tips to Speed Up Your Website Data Analysis & Optimization Hiten Shah
How to Write Product Descriptions That Will Boost Conversions Hiten Shah
The Four-Step Process For Building a Scalable Sales Machine Hiten Shah
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How Onnit Can Use KISSmetrics to Drive Their Growth Hiten Shah
6 Awesome MailChimp Automation Hacks – Lead Scored Emails, Pre-Filled Forms & More! Hiten Shah
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