2013 State of Web Analytics Infographic

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At InfoTrust, we know and love analytics. From being a Google Analytics Certified Partner to writing a whole lot of content on web analytics, we like to consider ourselves thought leaders on the matter. Many clients ask us, “what can we expect from the web analytics world in 2013?” to which we can now respond “just check out this infographic!”

With search engine traffic on the rise, visitors spending less and less time on your website, and many companies still not properly analyzing their data, we’re optimistic this year will be the year of web analytics. The year that the few naysayers remaining take a look at themslves, their competition, and finally think “okay, let’s give this whole analytics thing a try.” Because it’s not just about beginning to gather data, although that’s half the battle, but rather understanding your data and making improvements to your site that lead to more traffic, conversions, and ultimately sales.

Without further ado, the 2013 State of Web Analytics Infographic, as presented by InfoTrust:

2013 State of Web Analytics Infographic

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Article written by James Love

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  • James Love

    Jimmy Love is currently the Industry Team Manager for the Healthcare & Fitness Industry Team at InfoTrust. Jimmy was a contributor to InfoTrust’s Crawl, Walk, Run Amazon best-selling book series, and a speaker at the New York City Durability Summit. Jimmy works with some of the largest healthcare and fitness organizations in the world, helping them advance their digital analytics maturity in a forward-thinking and strategic manner.

    When away from his desk, Jimmy enjoys attending Cincinnati Bearcats football and basketball games, and spending quality time with his beautiful wife and dogs.

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Originally Published: February 21, 2013

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