On 21 April 2015 Google will release an algorithm update that is likely to affect how your website ranks on mobile devices. On a page-by-page basis, Google will determine if a page is mobile friendly and this will affect the ranking of that page … Read more
Universal Analytics is the latest version of web analytics from Google and has become the new operating standard for processing your analytics data.
The full version was released in April 2014 and has since been adapted by all our clients … Read more
In a nutshell, a measurement plan is a document that translates your top-line business objectives into metrics and dimensions you can measure on your website.
It provides a framework not only for a customised configuration of your web analytics, … Read more
We’ve been lucky enough to attend some excellent conferences of late, so we thought we’d briefly share our thoughts and key takeaways with you.
Brighton's conversion rate optimisation meet-up
Following the success of the last … Read more
Very.co.uk is launching personalised homepages in a bid to create the best tailored shopping experience in the world, as personalisation steps up a gear.
Shop Direct, which owns Very.co.uk, believes personalisation will add £20m in sales … Read more
This is part two of our Google Tag Manager (GTM) guide. If you’ve followed part one , you’ve already setup a Universal Analytics pageview tag. We will now focus on how you can set up events that are determined by clicking a specific … Read more
Online fashion giant ASOS has launched a social sign-in for new customers, seemingly the first retailer to do so at the checkout, offering its fans an easier way to shop as they socialise.
The retailer, which last year generated sales up 27% … Read more
Content grouping is a great feature of Google Analytics (GA) that’s been around for a while now. It allows you to group content into a logical structure so you can analyse your website’s pages (or app) as a group instead of individually, … Read more
Non-human traffic from robots and spiders to your website is not new but so-called ‘bot traffic’ can be a nuisance in many ways. This post will show you how to identify bot traffic in your Google Analytics (GA) account and how you can … Read more
If you have a problem with rogue traffic being sent to your Google Analytics (GA) property, then a hostname inclusion filter is precisely what you need. We refer to ‘rogue’ traffic when talking about traffic that should not be included … Read more