If you’re serious about your growing your business online, then you’ll likely be using Google Analytics.
But do you know what the numbers are telling you? Are you gaining traction? Or are you investing thousands of hours staring at Google Analytics with nothing to show for it?
Using 10+ years of Google Analytics experience, Gareth will show you where to look, what to look for, what the numbers are saying and how to improve them so you can save time, save money and ultimately build a bigger & better brand online.
**Note: this is a very hands on workshop, you will need Google Analytics running on your website. If not, contact me and we can make sure you have it installed before the workshop.
I’ve been teaching Google Analytics for over 10 years and my workshops have been attended by hundreds (maybe thousands) of small business owners all over Australia but I live in Perth so naturally I do most of them here in WA!
There are two series of Google Analytics Workshops. My ‘Intro’ Series workshops are designed to teach you a broad understanding of the topic and introduce you to the digital marketing concepts that deliver a return on your investment whereas the ‘Hands On’ Series are designed to teach you how to apply the concepts in practice.
If you’re not sure which one is for you, just contact me.
Even though we have all the technology in the world, there is no substitute for a whiteboard, pen and paper. I don’t like ‘Death by PowerPoint’ either so I use limited slides and instead use real examples to make sure everyone gets something out of the workshop. It’s more like a learning group than a lecture.
Just read the reviews 🙂
PLUS I guarantee you will learn something new about Google Analytics or your money back, no questions asked!
I also run these workshops 1 on 1 for that personalised touch or for your team at your organisation. Contact me for details & pricing.
My digital marketing workshops are typically held at our offices in Perth, level 13, 37 St Georges Terrace, Perth WA, (it’s the building on the corner of Barrack Street and St Georges Terrace Perth)
The ground floor has a sign “CitiBank”
Then just proceed to the lifts and come up to Level 13.
Most of the public buses will run along St Georges Terrace and stop outside City of Perth.
If you’re catching the train, get off at Elizabeth Quay Train Station and then walk north up William Street and then right at St Georges Terrace, about 200 meters (approx 5 minute walk)
There is lots of parking in the city but the best value and closest to the venue is at the Supreme Court Gardens or Government House – both a 2 minute walk.