- Created on Wednesday, 07 January 2015 15:04
We’re a small but growing web & social media analytics consultancy based in Central London. We work with a diverse range of clients that include a number of international corporates, the public sector, several well-known brands and a number of national charities.
We've recently taken on a number of exciting new projects and are looking for an experienced Google Analytics analyst with a strong technical background to join the team.
Working as a consultant on a range of client projects the role will entail:
- Auditing existing implementations of Google Analytics making recommendations for improvement
- Gathering requirements from clients via workshops and structured interviews
- Thinking innovatively about what clients are trying to achieve and designing solutions that will often push Google Analytics to its limits
- Analysing and reporting against clients’ website & digital marketing performance
- Mentoring junior members of the team and managing aspects of their work
- Designing and delivering technically oriented training sessions to clients as required on an ad hoc basis
You’ll be expert in the use of Google Analytics and have at least 3 years hands on experience of working with web analytics. Experience of implementing Google Analytics e-commerce tracking (enhanced if possible) would be a great asset.
The role will often be client facing and so strong interpersonal skills, a consultative approach and excellent written and spoken English are all essential.
You’ll also need a strong understanding of digital marketing – possibly gained from an agency background although this is not essential.
Attention to detail, a high level of numeracy and advanced Excel skills are highly desirable.
The following skills / experience would be nice to have but are not essential:
- The Google Analytics Individual Qualification
- A good understanding of statistics
- Social media analytics using tools such as Brandwatch
- Experience with other web analytics tools – in particular Web Trends
- Experience of tracking mobile Apps
- Experience of conversion optimisation including experiment design, A/B and MVT testing
- Experience of working with the Google Analytics API
Please email your CV together with a covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. NO AGENCIES PLEASE
- Created on Wednesday, 05 November 2014 10:30
Google have recently rolled out a series of improvements to Google Tag Manager.
- New APIs that tailor the power of Google Tag Manager to your unique needs
- A new intuitive interface to help you launch and edit tags even faster
- More 3rd-party templates to make tagging easier
For further information please visit the Google Analytics blog.
- Created on Monday, 29 September 2014 11:10
We are a PPC and web analytics consultancy based in Clerkenwell, central London. We work with a wide range of clients including a number of leading brands, international corporates and the charity sector.
The role will involve:
- Auditing client website code
- Assisting with Google Tag Manager implementations
- Working with the Google Analytics API
- Prior experience with Google Analytics
- Experience of DHTML, AJAX and JSON
- HTML5 and CSS3
- Experience of responsive design
- Ideally knowledge of other web technologies such as php, flash etc
- eCommerce experience is desirable
For further information or to apply please send a CV with a covering note outlining your experience and daily rate to email@example.com
- Created on Tuesday, 23 September 2014 11:48
YouTube have launched a new realtime analytics report showing estimated views data for the last 5 published videos. Data is also available for individual videos.
To access the reports you'll need to be logged in as the owner of your content or channel. For each video two graphs are available:
- Hour by hour data for a sliding window of 2 days (last 48 hours)
- Minute by minute data for a sliding window of 1 hour (last 60 minutes)
- Created on Monday, 22 September 2014 13:42
Google Adwords provides a wealth of performance data. You can track impressions (the number of times your ad was shown), clicks, click through rates, quality scores, search impression share and much much more.
Together this data can enable you to really get to grips with your Adwords performance and optimise your campaigns to maximise click through rates, improve your ad relevance and reduce the cost you pay per click.
The default Adwords performance data alone however misses one key point - what happens when people actually get to your website. Luckily there's an easy solution via pulling in Google Analytics data into your Adwords account.
How to link Analytics to your Adwords account
Linking Analytics to Adwords is pretty straightforward. To do so:
- Click onto the cog icon at the top of the screen and select Account Settings
- Select "Linked Accounts" in the menu that appears on the left hand side
- Select Google Analytics
- From the options available select the website property and view and then click save.
How to see Analytics data in Adwords
Now that you've linked Analytics to your Adwords account the next step is to actually show analytics data alongside your campaign performance. To do so:
- Click the Columns drop down button that appears above the Adwords performance graphs
- Select Customise Columns
- Click Google Analtyics
- Choose what Analytics data to show. Options include bounce rate, pages/visit, average visit duration and % new visits.
- Click Apply
Tracking website goals in Adwords
In the past you may have used Adwords conversion tracking code to capture goals on your site. This required a snippet of code to be added to goal completion pages (e.g. a thank you page after completing an enquiry form).
Having linked Google Analytics to your Adwords account conversion tracking is now a lot easier to implement. To do so:
- Click the Tools menu towards the top of the screen
- Select Conversions
- Click import from Google Analtyics
- Select the goals you'd like to feed through to Adwords
- Click onto the Import button
Once enabled you'll need to adjust the columnns again to show conversion data (this time select from the options in the Conversions section).
Adding conversions to your account (once enough data has been captured) also opens up new options in Adwords. For example you can change your bidding method to CPA (cost per acquisition) or alternatively use eCPC (enhanced cost per click).
- Improvements to Adwords Mobile Search Ads
- Social Analytics - Launch of Brandwatch Twitter Hindsight Service
- The Return of Google Analytics Benchmarking Reports
- Google Adwords - Callout Extensions
- Why Change the Default Channel Groupings in Google Analytics?
- New Google Adwords Policy Centre
- Why website URL structure matters to Google Analytics
- Social Media Analytics - Launch of New Service
- Twitter Opens Up Analytics Dashboard to Everyone
- Google Tag Manager Concepts - Tags, Containers, Macros and More...