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Google Analytics Beginners: How to Measure Social Media
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Even the most established social accounts should be conducting regular social media audits to determine which channels are working and which aren’t. In this webinar, gain the following takeaways from Google Analytics:

  • How to measure social referrals across multiple platforms
  • Measure social performance by day to uncover best posting times
  • Determine most popular tweets to find ideal tweet type
  • Create a social analytics dashboard

 

Additional Resources:

Actionable Data For Google Analytics Beginners
Google Analytics Beginners: How to Measure Your Homepage Design
Google Analytics Beginners: How to Setup and Measure Conversion Goals
Google Analytics Beginners: How to Measure Your Business Blog Performance

Connect with a SCORE mentor for free guidance!

 

 

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About the presenters
Emily VonSydow

Emily VonSydow is Project Manager at Bop Design, a San Diego based B2B marketing and web design agency. Emily’s expertise is assisting clients through the website process: from design to development to the final launch. During her tenure at Bop Design she has launched and measured the performance of 100 business websites.

You can contact Emily at emily@bopdesign.com or visit the Bop Design website at www.bopdesign.com. Connect with Bop Design on LinkedIn,FacebookTwitter or Google+.

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