Website audits & analytics
“A web analytics audit is a proven way for organizations to ensure they are generating tangible value from their investments in analytics. Audits can be particularly effective for companies that have diverse online operations, with multiple websites and significant online advertising activities.”

Companies of all industries and sizes should validate their data by regularly auditing the performance and accuracy of their analytics tools and continually measure themselves up against themselves and their primary competition.

Utilizing multiple third-party tools we are able to run a detailed website audit to see how we can help to improve your overall site health and relevancy. These tools help for you to see how search engines see your site, all results are data-driven and can be utilized to change, correct, and improve your website as an asset to your business. 

If you currently have or are thinking about utilizing a website audit, here are five things to consider. 

  1. Is your analytics solution being fully utilized
  2. Does your analytics solution map to your business strategy
  3. How will you use the data?
  4. Do you trust your data? 
  5. Make sure your website analytics team has the credibility and skill to fully understand your findings.  
Website audits & analytics
“A web analytics audit is a proven way for organizations to ensure they are generating tangible value from their investments in analytics. Audits can be particularly effective for companies that have diverse online operations, with multiple websites and significant online advertising activities.”

Companies of all industries and sizes should validate their data by regularly auditing the performance and accuracy of their analytics tools and continually measure themselves up against themselves and their primary competition.

Utilizing multiple third-party tools we are able to run a detailed website audit to see how we can help to improve your overall site health and relevancy. These tools help for you to see how search engines see your site, all results are data-driven and can be utilized to change, correct, and improve your website as an asset to your business. 

If you currently have or are thinking about utilizing a website audit, here are five things to consider. 

  1. Is your analytics solution being fully utilized
  2. Does your analytics solution map to your business strategy
  3. How will you use the data?
  4. Do you trust your data? 
  5. Make sure your website analytics team has the credibility and skill to fully understand your findings.  

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