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How to Find Hidden Gems in Google Analytics to Convert More

Event Date: 28/07/2015

Event Time: 10:30 AM PST/ 8:30 PM EEST

Education Level: Beginner Level

Who is it for:  

Web Analyst, Digital Marketing Managers, Conversion Optimization Consultant/ Specialist

About This Webinar

Google Analytics is one of the top, most powerful tools out there for monitoring and analyzing traffic on your website. It gives you an enormous amount of information about who is visiting your website, what they are looking for and how they are getting acquainted to your website.

Additionally, Google Analytics can potentially land you on valuable insights for your business; if you learn expert technique(s) to discover powerful information.

Join Valentin Radu (CEO of Marketizator, a serial entrepreneur and visionary involved in tech and digital marketing for the past 12 years) in this exclusive webinar to learn how to find hidden gems in Google Analytics to convert more

Key Takeaway Points

You’ll learn:

How to apply Pareto’s law with advanced segmentation in Google Analytics & find the bull’s eye for converting more
Anomalies you should be monitoring
How to find data-driven hypothesis for conversion rate optimization
How and why you should use qualitative & quantitative data to generate more conversions

Speaker

Valentin Radu

Valentin Radu has founded Marketizator, a Conversion Rate Optimization Tool. He is a serial entrepreneur and visionary involved in tech and digital marketing for the past 12 years.

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