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Google Analytics Workshop — Update!

Brickweb are in the final stages of putting together our bespoke workshop focusing on Google Analytics, which will take place tomorrow. Utilised by more than half of the 1m most popular websites on the internet, understanding Google Analytics is of massive importance to any company or organisation wishing to create and maintain a visible and successful online presence.

The use of Google Analytics has been shown, time and time again, to improve the performance of a website by increasing visitor numbers and then retaining these extra visitors; this directly leads to an increase in conversions and revenue. In use since 2005 and frequently updated since, the internet tool is uniquely accurate and sensitive, allowing all aspects of the website's performance to be quickly and easily accessed, monitored and displayed. Google Analytics is displayed via an intuitive dashboard which offers instant access to a detailed range of website statistics; at a more advanced level, goal-flow charts and custom-designed e-commerce reports can enhance performance even further.

To the first time user, this myriad of features may seem daunting but our workshop is designed to explain the process simply, practically and comprehensively. By the end of the workshop, you will be familiar and confident with the program and will also receive a complete Google Analytics implementation for your website absolutely free of charge.

Our Google Analytics workshop dates and times are listed below and will take place at our office in the historic Daisyfield Mill in Blackburn. Call us on +44 (0)1254 277190 to book your place today!

For our 'Spring Clean' campaign, we are encouraging e-commerce companies to dust the cobwebs off their old websites and show them how to be ready for a bright future this summer.

Existing Brick Customers - Thursday 24th April 2014 at 2:00pm

New Customers - Friday 25th April at 2:00pm

N.B. This workshop will take place in Room 409 of Daisyfield Mill (4th floor)