[THIS WEEK] Learn How to Use Google Analytics to Grow and Engage Your Email List

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Boost Your Email Marketing with Google Analytics If you are only using Google Analytics to track website visitors, you are missing out. Join us and find out how Google Analytics can be an important tool for your email marketing campaigns during this BRAND NEW webinar: Using Google Analytics to Grow and Engage Your Email List BRAND NEW 60-Minute Webinar with Eric Squair THIS THURSDAY, April 4, 2019 1:00 – 2:00 p.m.

How to Watch for Trends in Your Online Analytics

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

What are your website analytics, like Google Analytics, telling you? Which website analytics you pay most attention to depends on your goals, but common numbers to track include: Unique Visitors v. The post How to Watch for Trends in Your Online Analytics appeared first on Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog. What’s happening with your email? All of the online communications tools have built in metrics.

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Social Media Analytics: The Basics

NonProfit Hub

If you really want to get the most out of socials, interpreting your analytics and using them to your advantage is key. . From social media analytics, you can uncover tons of insightful information about your organization’s online presence, from the best time of day to post, to which type of content your audience engages with most, to how much your accounts have grown over time—and so much more. Where are my analytics located?

April Action: Google Analytics, Social Media Strategies, and Growing Your Email List

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Here’s what’s happening this month at Nonprofit Marketing Guide: Online Training: April 4: Using Google Analytics to Grow and Engage Your Email List Learn how to use Google Analytics to boost your email marketing. The post April Action: Google Analytics, Social Media Strategies, and Growing Your Email List appeared first on Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog.

Expert Advice about Online Newsrooms Part 2: From SEO to Analytics

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Analyze the Analytics – Connect your newsroom/media center to Google Analytics to find out what visitors search for the most and make sure you add that type of information to your newsroom. You can also use analytics to find out where visitors enter and exit your site when they visit, how long they spend on any particular page or post and what they click on the most when they visit. Pay special attention to your site’s “bounce rate” in Google Analytics.

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Making Sense of Your Nonprofit’s Google Analytics

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Nonprofit’s Google Analytics. So you’ve set up a Google Analytics account, but think you could be using it in a much more powerful way? Google Analytics is a powerful tool for understanding what’s working, and what’s not, with your online marketing. In this 60-minute webinar , we will take the mystery out of Google Analytics. Download a free Google Analytics tool to help you understand your most valuable website visitors.

Your Google Analytics Questions Answered!

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When you use Google Analytics , you'll have true visibility into what your visitors do online. With Google Analytics you'll be armed with the information you need to change your web site to drive conversion. Check out the recording of our webinar for an overview of Google Analytics, as well as some real world examples of nonprofit websites and easy improvements they could make to increase the efficacy of their pages.

Take Your Online Marketing and Fundraising to the Next Level with Google Analytics

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

The answer is Google Analytics. You can use Google Analytics to find out what’s working (and what’s not) with your online marketing and fundraising. But navigating Google Analytics can be tricky. Join us this Thursday as Google Analytics expert, Eric Squair, joins us for a BRAND NEW WEBINAR: How to Measure the Effectiveness of Your Email, Ads, and Social Media with Google Analytics. Do you know how well your social media campaigns are really doing?

Why April 21st May Ruin Your Nonprofit's Website Analytics

EveryAction

Not to be click-baiting fearmongers, but we really needed to get your attention because there’s a big change coming to Google’s search algorithm that you need to know about

3 Metrics Your Nonprofit Should Measure Using Google Analytics

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Fortunately, Google Analytics provides organizations with a cost effective way to monitor the metrics that matter and help your team make informed decisions. Although these three metrics only begin to cover the extent of the metrics offered by Google Analytics, they provide a foundation from which you can start to measure the performance of your nonprofit website and your reputation.

Fundraising Analytics for the Small Nonprofit

Fundraising Report Card

The post Fundraising Analytics for the Small Nonprofit appeared first on Fundraising Report Card. Organizations of all sizes can benefit from analyzing their data. Here’s what your small shop could, and should, be doing. Analysis

A Nonprofit's Guide to Event Fundraising Analytics

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It’s called Analyze This: A Nonprofit’s Guide to Event Fundraising Analytics. This 18-page guide is designed to help event fundraisers move beyond only reporting the past and start using analytics to predict the future. A case study featuring the Komen Global Race for the Cure highlights how analytics helped formulate the steps the organization took to transform their highly attended event into a strong fundraising event.

7 Easy Ways to Boost Your Nonprofit Marketing Impact with Google Analytics

Getting Attention

Google Analytics are an an incredibly easy and cheap (no cost, beyond your time) way to evaluate what’s working best on your website and blog by measuring user behavior. But here’s the problem — I bet most of you (both nonprofit communicators and fundraisers) don’t use analytics data, even if the tool is set up. That means 1/3 of you don’t think website analytics are not important to your work.

A Beginner’s Guide to Analytics for Nonprofits

Twenti

Analytics can help you make smarter financial decisions to increase your donations – what’s not to love? What are analytics? Analytics allow you to understand your donors and the process they go through before supporting your cause – you can leverage this information to increase donations. Analytics services track data on your website and your social media profiles to understand how users use your site. Why use analytics? Analytics.

A Nonprofit's Guide to Event Fundraising Analytics

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It’s called Analyze This: A Nonprofit’s Guide to Event Fundraising Analytics. This 18-page guide is designed to help event fundraisers move beyond only reporting the past and start using analytics to predict the future. A case study featuring the Komen Global Race for the Cure highlights how analytics helped formulate the steps the organization took to transform their highly attended event into a strong fundraising event.

50 Resources for Getting the Most Out of Google Analytics

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Google Analytics is a very useful free tool for tracking site statistics. The resources below will help anyone, from the beginner to those who have been using Google Analytics for some time, learn how to get the most out of this great tool. For Beginners The following list of links will help you get started with Google Analytics from setup to understanding what data is being presented by Google Analytics.

The Secret to Unlocking Google Analytics for Nonprofits

NonProfit Hub

Andrew Garberson is a guest contributor for Nonprofit Hub and the Manager of Search at LunaMetrics , a Google Analytics certified partner and search marketing consultancy. In addition to leading the SEO and PPC departments, Andrew is a GAIQ certified analytics junkie with a special interest in nonprofit marketing. Google Analytics for nonprofits without defined goals should be hard to imagine. 3 Reasons to Use Google Analytics Goals.

Easily Measure Conversion Rates by Setting Goals in Google Analytics

NonProfit Hub

Google Analytics can be overwhelming and confusing, but setting up Goals in your Google Analytics account helps to narrow down what you need to be looking at. Setting Goals in Google Analytics is an easy way to track these conversion metrics on your supporters. Log in to Google Analytics > Click on Conversions on the left-hand side > Click on Goals > Click on Overview > Click on gray Set up Goals button.

Interview with Tamar Rimmon: Analytics Without The Glazed Over Look

Diva Marketing Blog

About Tamar Rimmon - Tamar is Senior Manager of Analytics and Audience Development at Conde Nast. Toby/Diva Marketing: As Senior Manager of Analytics and Audience Development your days are filled with numbers. Often the people that ask for analytic reports may not live in your world. Presenting the numbers in a visual way is a great way to convey insights and make the data accessible and easier to grasp even to those who are not experts in analytics.

Fundraising Flat Says Target Analytics

The Agitator

Target Analytics has just released its Index of National Fundraising Performance for the 12 months of activity through the 2 nd Quarter of 2010. Here’s a summary of Target Analytics report: Donor declines continued in the first half of 2010, but were smaller in magnitude than were in 2009, partly because of the Haiti-related giving.

Adding Google analytics to your Facebook Fan Page

Search Marketing for Nonprofits

I thought this article would be useful for folks interested in tracking actions on their Facebook Fan pages using Google Analytics. Tagged: facebook , Google Analytics. Tags: SEM facebook Google Analytics

Acquisition: Predictive Analytics And The Presidency

The Agitator

Alas, when it comes to tapping into the power of modeling and predictive analytics to improve our acquisition results, all this ‘business-as-usual’ chatter adds up to a big lump of stupidity. In business, predictive analytics – and the term encompasses a wide variety of statistical techniques from modeling to data mining and machine learning — exploit patterns found in historical and transactional data to identify risks and opportunities.

Is Your Nonprofit Facebook Page Worth It? Measurements and Analytics Techniques

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Shabbir Imber Safdar and Shayna Englin have studied data from the last year of the US Fund for UNICEF's Facebook page and Google Analytics data for their website. As the company has grown, Shabbir has turned to his first love, measurable client work, in order to service key clients and consult on the analytics needs of several others. He provides analytics services to nonprofits and online communications strategy advice to brands online.

Web Analytics Master Certification from Market Motive

Search Marketing for Nonprofits

I’m deep into getting my master certification from Market Motive in web analytics, so you should start to see more analytical post from me soon! Tagged: web analytics. Tags: web analytics In the meantime, I would encourage you to read my “professors&# blog: Occam’s Razor.

5 Fundraising Metrics Worth Monitoring in Google Analytics

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

David shares some helpful hints on tracking and interpreting key fundraising metrics through Google Analytics.]. But profit isn’t easily tracked in most analytics tools since most tools are unaware of your expenses. So while you need to be mindful of your expenses, when using your analytics tool you’ll likely focus on revenue instead of profit.

The Secret to Unlocking Google Analytics for Nonprofits

NonProfit Hub

Andrew Garberson is a guest contributor for Nonprofit Hub and the Manager of Search at LunaMetrics , a Google Analytics certified partner and search marketing consultancy. In addition to leading the SEO and PPC departments, Andrew is a GAIQ certified analytics junkie with a special interest in nonprofit marketing. Google Analytics for nonprofits without defined goals should be hard to imagine. 3 Reasons to Use Google Analytics Goals.

Social Analytics Meet Community Engagement

A. Fine Blog

The title of this post isn’t from me, it’s from Lucy Bernholz who is being awfully smart again over at P2173. She recently wrote about what I believe is the next phase of development in the arena of social media for social change. In Lucy’s words, “Finding the ways in which “data trails on the [.].

The Scoop on the New and Improved Google Analytics

Care2

Do you use Google Analytics? If so, get ready for a new, redesigned version that is packed with some great features and analytics. Google Analytics reported that people have shared that they've had difficulties using traditional path analysis tools. To meet the needs of the visitors, Google Analytics is now introducing Flow Visualization. Another great feature that Google Analytics (V5) is offering is the ability to use events as goals.

Fundraising Evolution – Weathering the Storm: Reporting versus Analytics

Donor Power Blog

   The era of informed, analytics-driven decisions and strategies is upon us.   For many organizations, and many client serving agencies out there, the true value of analytics is often ignored or misrepresented because of some other mis- words like misconception and misunderstanding.     That is to say, in many cases the “creative thinkers” have wrongly attributed the title of “analytics” to what is in fact “reporting”.

Fundraising metrics: you have to see them to believe them

iMarketSmart

So about 18 months ago I figured fundraisers probably felt the same way and I started developing a neat new tool to help folks ‘visualize’ their analytics. Fundraising Lead Generation Major Giving Planned Giving fundraising analytics fundraising kpi fundraising metrics benchmarks fundraising metrics for nonprofits measuring fundraising effectiveness nonprofit analytics what is a good fundraising roi

How to Measure Nonprofit Social Media Success and Document Results

J Campbell Social Marketing

Nonprofits Social Media Strategy Analytics measurement metricsThis is a small excerpt from my book, How to Build and Mobilize a Social Media Community for Your Nonprofit in 90 Days, out now! . Don’t get me wrong.

Google Analytics Report Shows People Are Spending Less Time on Websites

Care2

Google Analytics just released some great data after analyzing hundreds of thousands of websites between November 2010 and February 2011. Check out Google Analytics Website Data. How does your organizations’ web analytics compare? ?. Ever wonder how your organization’s website traffic compares to other organizations? Compared to a year ago, websites have seen reduced page visits and average time spent on sites. The average user spends about 5.23

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Google Analytics: Cool charts but what do they mean?!

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

Here are the highlights of how Google Analytics helps us find out things that really matter: Who are our visitors? Then Google Analytics will tell you the results of that campaign—and you can compare it to other campaigns. Understand if you’re reaching the right people : Google Analytics will tell you if you’re hitting your key audience geographically.

Fundraising Remains Flat in Q2, Says Target Analytics

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

According to Target Analytics , the 81 organizations it tracks had essentially flat revenue and donor growth from the first half of 2009 to the first half of 2010. It’s hardly breaking news, but this is a tough time to raise money. Fundraising, like our economy, is stalled. Giving is not growing - except online. Religious groups are faring okay but the the arts/cultural and health sectors are seriously hurting. My friends at the Agitator did a nice job analyzing the report here.

Defining a Nonprofit Website's Google Analytics KPIs (Part 2)

Care2

In part 1 of this series, we discussed how to correctly install your Google Analytics. This is the most important part of your web analytics. Google Analytics has proven particularly helpful for content-based sites and commerce sites. Out of the box, Google Analytics provides a lot of useful metrics, such as visitors, pageviews, most popular pages, and a variety of other helpful data.

Google Analytics Report Shows Web Users Spend Less Time on Websites

Care2

Google Analytics just released some great data after analyzing hundreds of thousands of websites between November 2010 and February 2011. Check out Google Analytics Website Data. How does your organizations’ web analytics compare? ?. Ever wonder how your organization’s website traffic compares to other organizations? Compared to a year ago, websites have seen reduced page visits and average time spent on sites. The average user spends about 5.23

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Using Google Analytics to Track a Nonprofit Website (Part 1)

Care2

Nonprofits take note: Google Analytics software application has shattered previous barriers to analyzing and optimizing websites. A number of nonprofits - Oceana , ASPCA , and Sierra Club , to name a few - have installed Google Analytics on their websites. Heidi Bucheister, Outreach and Operations Manager at OneWorld.net , said, "Google Analytics is a robust tool for any organization.

Doing What You Can with What You Have: Data Made Revolutionary

JCA Insights

Steve delivered findings from a predictive analytics project we did with a client. Its goal is to leverage JCA’s deep expertise in nonprofits and BI to make analytics approachable, affordable, and, most importantly, results-oriented. Predictive analytics takes us into an exciting area where we’re able to take that same data and instead figure out “ what will happen” or “ what will happen if…” And you don’t have to go out and collect all sorts of new data to get started.

5 Analytic Tools to Track Your Organization's Metrics

Care2

If your organization is struggling to find the right analytic tools to track your website traffic, social media presence, and how your reports, campaigns, or infographics perform across the web, check out this list of 5 helpful analytic tools. Google Analytics Report with Visually. Looking for a report that combines your Google Analytics stats in a visual format? graphic/google-analytics/.

10 Ways to Use Social Media to Grow Your Nonprofit Email List

J Campbell Social Marketing

10) Analyze efforts and improve with Google Analytics. Set up the free website traffic tool Google Analytics on your website, and find out which of your social media platforms are delivering the most email sign-ups. To do this, you will need to learn how to create a goal in Google Analytics. Vertical Response has a step-by-step guide, How to Set Up Google Analytics Goals to Track Email Sign-ups.

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How to Use Google Analytics to Improve Your Website (Without Drowning in Data)

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

Philip King of Artez is returing the favor (virtually) on October 5 by speaking to the Network for Good community on the topic of Google Analytics. Join this webinar to get practical ideas you can use to tune-up your website before the holiday rush, including: • A brief introduction and overview of how Google Analytics works. • Next week, I’m going to Toronto to speak at the Artez Interactive conference.

Using Google Analytics to Track a Nonprofit Website (Part 1) - Online Fundraising, Advocacy, and Social Media - frogloop

Care2

Main | Care2 Launches Americas Favorite Animal Shelter Contest » Monday Oct 13 2008 Using Google Analytics to Track a Nonprofit Website (Part 1) Monday, October 13, 2008 at 01:21PM | by James OMalley Nonprofits take note: Google Analytics software application has shattered previous barriers to analyzing and optimizing websites. A number of nonprofits - Oceana , ASPCA , and Sierra Club , to name a few - have installed Google Analytics on their websites.

Is Your Nonprofit Facebook Page Worth It? Measurements and Analytics Techniques

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

A website analytics tool (like Google Analytics). • When I’m speaking to nonprofit professionals about social media, the first question they want answered is this: “Do we really need a Facebook page?” That is unless they already have a page for their organization. Then they want to know: “How do I get more people to like me on. Facebook?”). My answer is usually along the lines of, “It depends.”. It’s not the answer they want, but it’s the right answer.