Free Expert Webinar: Learn Google Analytics to Improve Your Website & Attract More Members

Farhad Chikhliwala 04 September 2015 0 comments

Google Analytics is a powerful, free tool that tells you what is going on with your website, email and social media. It can also be really overwhelming, until you learn the short cuts.

This session will focus on two basic techniques with Google Analytics that will help you understand what is working and what is not with your Wild Apricot website, so you can sign up more members, raise more money and reach more people. 

In this one hour webinar we will:

  • Introduce some basic concepts of Google Analytics
  • Show how it helps you track your highest value visitors
  • Show you how to track your email, online ads and social media and share some dashboards to help you make sense of all the numbers
  • This workshop is designed for a non-technical audience, and you don't need to be using Google Analytics already (but it helps).
Register here

Date: Thursday, September 17, 2015
Time: 3:00 PM (ET)



About the presenter

Eric Squair helps clients make smarter decisions about their online work. One of his favourite ways to do this is by teaching people how to use the powerful website measurement tool Google Analytics.

He has over a decade of experience working at nonprofits and as an independent consultant with organizations such as Greenpeace, Amnesty International and several political campaigns.  

Currently he offers workshops, coaching and consulting on web analytics to nonprofits and independent businesses.  You can find Eric online at datahabits.com


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Published Friday, 04 September 2015 at 8:30 AM

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