Google Analytics for Bloggers

Learn how to use Google Analytics to make a better blog site. You can use the results from Google Analytics to change and evolve your blog content and copywriting. Find out more about how to use Google Analytics to improve your blog in this video.

Join John Arnott, business owner and digital marketing expert, (plus a special guest appearance from John Arnott Sr!) to learn about how to use Google Analytics for your business blog. Learn more about John at


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When you run a blog – for your business or just for fun – it’s sometimes hard to know what’s working well and what needs to be changed up. Most readers just view your blog and leave, and you aren’t sure why they return or don’t come back.

If you’re wondering how to improve your blog to make your content as effective as possible, you need to learn how to use Google Analytics.

Why? Because it’s a free tool that offers a wealth of powerful analytics on every aspect of how viewers interact with your website.

From looking at your bounce rate, your traffic sources, the effectiveness of your paid ads, and so much more, Google Analytics is a vital piece of your marketing technology bundle.

You won’t get real results from your digital marketing unless you’re carefully analyzing your progress and making needed changes, and Google Analytics helps you do just that so your blog succeeds.

You’ll learn everything you need to know about getting and using advanced marketing data on your blog from this Google Analytics beginner tutorial video.

Do you use different tools to do the same thing? Drop a note in the comments and let me know.


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