Analytics Audit

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Evolving organisations need a clear measurement strategy to continually adapt to changing business needs, competition, and customer demands. The analytics audit sets the foundation for the long term by designing your solution and documenting that architecture and its implementation. An audit of the digital channels is often the first step needed to improve your organisation’s Digital Strategy.

Benefits of an Analytics Audit

With accurate, trustworthy data, your organisation will be ready to collect invaluable insights and achieve corresponding actions with your data. Your marketing channels will be accurately measured and reported so that you know where to focus your marketing efforts. Your customer experience will be thoroughly analyzed and explained so that you can identify opportunities for improvement.

For me, it is a stimulating task that requires precision and competence. All websites, in fact, have different characteristics and requirements, so each analysis allows me to discover new problems and to think about possible technical solutions to propose.

Main uses of Data Analytics:

  • analyze user visits;
  • analyze traffic in real time;
  • evaluate your site’s technical performance;
  • optimize the conversion process;
  • optimize user behavior;
  • improve the navigation of a site;
  • measure the performance of social campaigns;
  • understand the origin of traffic from different channels;
  • improve SEO (Search Engine Optimization);
  • improve lead generation;
  • making predictions on large data sets;
  • optimize the channels that work best.

Websites, when used as effective communication and marketing tools, should be subject to constant monitoring. Haven’t set up a data analysis tool or having a problem with your current setup and can’t find the reason? Contact me, I will help you configure and diagnose what is wrong and what can be improved.

Book an informative phone call without obligation in the contact section. It will be a pleasure to deepen the data of your business.

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