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Lists You Shouldn't Miss: Google Analytics

Blogs to Check Out About Google Analytics

We love lists.  So we decided to create a series of blog posts devoted to giving you valuable resources to help with your digital marketing strategy.  Hence the name, “Lists you shouldn’t miss”… kind of rhymes doesn’t it?  In the first blog post of this series, we will provide you with valuable resources for the wonderful tool: Google Analytics.

Google Analytics

In a world with infinite resources available at your fingertips, it can get a bit overwhelming to sift through them all and find valuable content to follow.  The best way to stay informed, held true since the beginning of time, is to learn from others.  This old adage is especially true in today’s new digital world.

Some of the most valuable tips and tricks using Google Analytics can be found from other users.  We can do our part to stay on top of any updates and continuously educate ourselves.  But wouldn’t it be nice to just have a list of resources available or people to follow without searching for hours and digging through countless articles and blogs?  We think so too!  Below is a list of the best blogs to check out, all about Google Analytics:

      1. Google Analytics Youtube Channel and Google Analytics Official Blog

        The latest news and content from the Google Analytics team and friends

      1.  Avinash Kaushik

        Author, Digital Marketing Evagenlist- Google, Co-founder – Market Motive.

      1. LunaMetrics

        Google Certified Partner, they bring the complete digital experience to brands using innovations in Google Analytics, SEO, PPC & Social Media

      1. E-Nor

        Helps measure success and leverage valuable and actionable insights.

      1.  Closed Loop Marketing

        Design. Development. Conversion. Usability. Analytics.

      1. KissMetrics

        Guidance you need to help you succeed with online analytics, marketing and testing.

      1. Web Analytics World – Jump Digital

        Web Analytics World Blog

      1. Web Analytics Book

        Social Link Building Strategies

      1. Gordon Choi

        Analytics Insights, SEO/PPC/SEM/Tools/Tips/Google+

      1.  SmartDate Collective

        The world’s thinkers on business intelligence and data analytics

      1. Online-Behavior

        Marketing Measurement and Optimization

Most digital marketers would say Google Analytics is a powerful tool, but it’s only as effective as the human conductor and analyst.  There are so many ways to utilize it effectively, it can be daunting.  We hope this list was helpful to narrow down the resource selection available and highlight what’s out there.  For more information about Google Analytics, attend our free seminar Thursday, January 12 and make sure to check out our other blog posts about Google Analytics.

As always, we’d love hearing your thoughts!  If you have questions or you just want to chat, feel free to contact me at amin@infotrustllc.com.

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