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There are plenty of ways for marketers to measure the reach of their content and track customer behavior with marketing analytics. Many of these resources can prove to be quite expensive but in some cases make sense to purchase. However, there are plenty of free sources for marketing analytics.
1. Google Analytics
Google Analytics offers users free access to analytics for their website and tumblr blog. Users can track where the traffic is coming from and identify potential customers. Customer behavior on websites can also be tracked. Here is how to install it on a website.
LinkedIn offers free analytics on its publishing platform that allow users to see the geographic area and industry of their readers. Along with eyeball count, comment count, users can see who shared and liked their content.
LinkedIn members can also see statistics on status updates that are popular in their network.
SlideShare now offers users free analytics on content that is uploaded to the site. This is a great way to track where traffic is coming from and how users engage with content. Users can track social and email sharing along with downloads.
Twitter users can track the impacts of their tweets. Twitter provides users access to track social sharing which include retweets and likes. Users can also track tweet impressions and clicks tweets that include URLs.
WordPress users can see how many people have viewed their content, shared their content and what country viewers are from. Traffic sources such as referrers and search terms are included as well.
These are 5 ways that marketers can access analytics for free.
How have you used free analytics to measure your content and track customer behavior on your site? Comment below.
About the Author
Dan is passionate about using Marketing to help businesses drive sales. He has worked on various marketing assignments that include a Start Up, Political Campaign & a Digital Marketing Conference.
Prior to Teaching, Dan served customers as an Outside Sales & Marketing Representative in the Dental industry. In this role, he taught and trained Dentists on the company’s products and services using a consultative selling approach. He also supported the company’s marketing efforts at industry trade shows & in the field through lead generation of Digital Technology along with large Dental Equipment.
He writes and publishes a business blog on the topics of Sales, Marketing & Social Media entitled Sales, Marketing & Social Media Today.
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