How to Create Your Own Google Blog
And one day a thought popped into my head: “Artem, if this is such an important step, then why is there no note on your blog about this yet? This should be of interest to many."
But really, most of the blog authors use Google Analytics only as a counter to track the number of visitors, and that's it. In fact, with the help of Analytics, you can get much more useful data than just the number of visitors.
Also, Analytics shows which social networks, search engines, and other blogs bring the most loyal visitors to your project.
Moreover, here you can get a map of the movements of visitors on the blog. Using this data, you can adjust the user's path and direct them to the necessary blog pages for greater involvement in the project.
Google Analytics is a great FREE tool to understand what is working on your blog and what needs to be fixed.
The only problem is that inside Google Analytics there are a lot of different data, buttons and tabs, the meaning and purpose of which remains a mystery.
And so that you do not limit yourself in the possibilities, I recorded a mini video guide, where I talked about all the significant analytics functions and showed how they can be used on a blog.
How is this course different from others?
I know there is a lot of information on the web about Google Analytics and its capabilities. But I had several reasons to write this course.
1. Most of the tutorials deal with a single issue (like how to set up a tracking code or set up goals) and these materials are scattered throughout the site or even several. I have collected all the necessary information on one page. You can bookmark it and come back as needed.
2. This course is designed exclusively for bloggers. Only the data that may be useful to the author of the blog is parsed here. Everything else is left behind the scenes.
3. This course is very short. The longest video is only 6 minutes. The shortest is 2 minutes.
4. I have been told more than once that I have a special learning style and many people like it (I hope you are one of them). And this is another reason to write your own version of the Google Analytics guide.