Join us for this free webinar with Phil Frost, founder and COO of Main Street ROI, all about Google Analytics best practices.
Google Analytics is an excellent tool for tracking the results of your online marketing campaigns. But what about more traditional channels like TV, print, and radio?
During this webinar, Phil Frost will teach you how to use Google Analytics to track ALL of your marketing efforts.
When you attend, you’ll discover:
- How to install Google Analytics
- How to set up Goals to track conversions
- How to use URL Builder to track marketing campaigns
- How to add E-Commerce Tracking
- Why you should use “vanity URLs” to track offline ads
- The right (and wrong) metrics to track in Google Analytics
- 3 critical Google Analytics reports for measuring marketing performance
Plus, Phil will be available for live Q&A at the end. We hope you’ll join us live!
Here’s What You Need to Do Next
Enter your contact details in the form below. This will register you and you’ll get dial-in instructions in a follow-up email.
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Please note upon registration you will also receive a complimentary subscription to Phil Frost’s “Main Street Marketing Tips” newsletter.
About the “Master Your Marketing” Webinar Series
The Master Your Marketing Webinar Series provides businesses with up-to-date, actionable digital marketing advice from thought leaders in the digital marketing industry. On a monthly basis, we’re inviting marketing experts to share trends and best practices with our audience of small business owners. By registering, you’ll receive marketing tips and offers from our sponsors via email. You can unsubscribe at any time.
About Main Street ROI
Phil Frost is the co-founder of Main Street ROI, a digital marketing agency based in New York City. Since 2010, Main Street ROI has helped thousands of small businesses create profitable digital marketing campaigns. Main Street ROI’s marketing and business advice has been featured in: