Author: Nico Brooks
This post describes a method for reporting on scroll tracking in the Universal Analytics (UA) version of Google Analytics. Setting up scroll tracking as an event in GA gives you the ability to see how far people scroll down pages. This data is very useful for identifying content that isn’t performing well, and specifically where
Two Octobers was at NATCHCOM last week, the premier (and only?) digital marketing conference for natural brands. I got a chance to share some ideas about metrics and marketing strategy, but mostly it was a chance for me to listen and learn. First impression? I loved it! As an enthusiastic athlete, vegetarian and eater of
With zero coding, a small investment, and a little bit of time, you can create your own BigQuery data warehouse of marketing data. In the video below, I walk through how to set this up using these tools: Google Sheets – if you haven’t switched to Sheets from Excel yet, you are either a VBA
And additional focus on an old direction. When Kris Skavish and I started Two Octobers in 2010, we shared a vision of a collaborative team of smart, analytical marketers who enjoy helping businesses grow. We wanted to create a no-nonsense culture where results are valued over BS, and everyone is treated with respect. I say
This post is a write-up from the Google Analytics December 2017 Meetup. It is intended for Google Analytics users who do not have much experience with SEO. How to Set Up Google Search Console in Google Analytics Google Search Console is a toolset that allows webmasters to view a website’s performance in Google organic search.