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  • Measure who, when , where and how often someone visits your website
  • Measure how effective your marketing campaigns are
  • Know what services or products are viewed on your site

 

Economy

Monitor your Traffic 

$30.00 / Month
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Pay 1   month  $30.00/month On Sale
  • Pay 1 month  $30.00/month
     

One Time Setup Fee $120.00

 

Deluxe

Monitor your Performance 

$90.00 / Month
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Pay 1   month  $90.00/month On Sale
  • Pay 1 month  $90.00/month
     
  • Pay 3 month  $86.00/month On Sale
      $90.00/month Save 5%
  • Pay 6 month  $81.00/month On Sale
      $90.00/month Save 10%
  • Pay 12 month  $77.00/month On Sale
      $90.00/month Save 15%
  • Pay 24 month  $72.00/month On Sale
      $90.00/month Save 20%
  • Pay 36 month  $67.50/month On Sale
      $90.00/month Save 25%

One Time Setup Fee $120.00
  • No Yearly Contracts
  • Reporting
  • Up to 2 hour Consultation
  • Up to 1 Hour of Monthly Website Updates
  • Click to know more
BEST VALUE

Ultimate

Know your Customer Base 

$180.00 / Month
Add to Cart
Pay 1   month  $180.00/month On Sale
  • Pay 1 month  $180.00/month
     
  • Pay 3 month  $171.00/month On Sale
      $180.00/month Save 5%
  • Pay 6 month  $162.00/month On Sale
      $180.00/month Save 10%
  • Pay 12 month  $153.00/month On Sale
      $180.00/month Save 15%
  • Pay 24 month  $144.00/month On Sale
      $180.00/month Save 20%
  • Pay 36 month  $135.00/month On Sale
      $180.00/month Save 25%

One Time Setup Fee $120.00
  • No Yearly Contracts
  • Reporting
  • Up to 2 hour Consultation
  • Up to 4 hours of monthly website updates
  • Click to know more

"Risk comes from not knowing what you’re doing." – Warren Buffet

It is crucial in today’s business world to have real-time information to dissect in order to achieve success. Web analytics is one such way to track information in real-time in order to measure success, recognize threats, and discover opportunities.

Are your potential customers visiting the correct pages on your website through effective marketing efforts? Are new viewers of your website being converted into returning customers? Is your SEO generating a significant amount of leads?

Web analytics can provide the answers to these questions plus much more. A website’s effectiveness, as well as other marketing initiatives, can be measured through the compiling of statistical data.

At Ontrix, we can help identify key performance indicators through using the right analytics tool to setup and create comprehensive and efficient reports. The power of Google Analytics is leveraged to assist clients in accomplishing their online marketing objectives.

Web analytics is the collection, measurement, and analysis of internet data. Its main purpose is to optimize website exposure and usage by measuring web traffic.

Businesses and websites use it to assess the effectiveness of their websites, and see if what they are doing is worth the time and money put into it. Companies are able to see if their new marketing campaigns are improving business, or doing just the opposite. So as to not waste time and money on the same dull marketing techniques, web analytics help decide whether or not you should continue with your tactics.

By providing the website owner the number of visitors and number of page views to their website, improvements can be made to the website to see if business is up, or down, based on the number of views they get.

Google Analytics is the most widely used website analytics service, with more than one-half of the 10,000 most popular websites using it.

  1. Why do I need web analytics?
    Web analytics is a helpful and useful way to manage your website and see if what you are doing and marketing is worth the time and effort spent to make it. If your website and/or company is not making as many sales as you had hoped, web analytics can provide you with the number of views and information on the traffic your website is experiencing so that you can get an idea of what changes need to be made so as to optimize your exposure.

     
  2. How will it help me?
    By having an analysis and statistics of your website and its traffic, you can gauge how much exposure you are getting on your site and whether or not your marketing tactics are working by boosting sales, or even bringing them down. You are able to quickly see and make adjustments to your marketing campaigns in accordance to trends in the marketing world.

     
  3. Can I track my progress and sales while on-the-go?
    Yes. Google analytics released a new feature in late June 2012 that now allows you to see your website analytics on a mobile device or iPad with its new mobile app, so you don’t have to be at your office all of the time to see your progress and can make up-to-date and up-to-the-minute changes in your marketing techniques.

     
  4. Does Google Analytics allow me to track traffic and clicks from people using their mobile devices?
    The new June 2012 update now allows you to see who is accessing your site from home computers and through their mobile devices.

     
  5. Will Google Analytics slow-down my website for users?
    Though there have been previous complaints about this program slowing down websites, they have updated and completely re-vamped their program so that this problem no longer occurs.

     
  6. How will my privacy rights be affected?
    Unfortunately, these analytics programs can access your website without your permission. Fortunately, you can utilize the privacy settings set about in your browser to make sure this doesn’t happen – although this can be useful information for your website. Opting out of tracking by third-party cookies and not allowing their websites to be analyzed is only hurting your site and not giving you the benefit of knowing your strengths and weaknesses on the webpage.

     
  7. Do the analytics provide me with all of the information necessary or do I still have to analyze some of my own data and decide what to do next?
    Although Google Analytics provides you with the most accurate and thorough information about your site, it can still be necessary to use your own logic and analyze for yourself your best option for your site. Google can only do so much for you, you have to expand your site on your own and make it personable. Taking that one last extra step can be all it takes to either make you or break you based on your website sales and exposure.

     

 

Pros Cons
  1. You are able to see and track which marketing techniques work best for your site and your business.
  2. Improve sales and traffic with your site by optimizing your exposure.
  3. Leave it to Google Analytics to do most of the work for you, with you only needed to make the final push.
  4. You can actually see where people are clicking on your website, and you can see which pages get the most hits, and which don’t get any at all.
  5. Website changes and problem areas are made more obvious to the owner so that improvements can be made automatically
  1. Your privacy can be affected if you don’t utilize your privacy settings correctly.
  2. You must make changes yourself based on the information they provide you with. No tips or tricks are given to you by Google Analytics; you must logistically find your own solution to the problem. They only give you statistics.
  3. It cannot be distinguished which place people clicked from to get to the page they want. For example, if there are many locations that link back to the same URL, such as a picture, a drop-down menu, or a button that takes you back to the homepage URL, you cannot decipher which place they clicked most to get back to the homepage.
  1. Don’t be too enthusiastic about instant results
  • Results from website analytics and the results produced from the analytic results are not instantaneous. You must have patience and logic to figure out which options are best for you and your site and use those available to you to optimize exposure.
  1. Visit the website yourself
  • Do you see anything that is not appealing to you? Do you think your site and its logistics are easy to read and to understand? Ask yourself these questions, and your friends and colleagues to get more opinions.
  1. Take note of recurring customers, if any at all, and of customers who simply click on your website and leave it immediately.
  • See where the recurring customers are clicking, and where they are not.
  1. Read multiple statistical reports to get a good understanding of your logistics.
  • Don’t depend on one analysis and re-do your website from that one bit of information. Collect many different sources of information to get a complete understanding.
  1. Pay attention to what makes more money and more sense.
  • Don’t dwell on simple things that are not making much money. Take time to consider your money-making points and work on those, and from there, you get added time and comfort to work on smaller projects.
  1. Make sure your tags and keywords are making sense, and not noise.
  • Don’t add keywords just for the sake of adding them. Make sure they are worthwhile and make sense. Keep in mind that these little things are the key to optimizing your website exposure.
  1. Pay attention to how much new vs. recurring customers you have visiting the site. Just because you may have a bunch of views on your site, doesn’t mean that they are all good.
  • They can be recurring customers constantly coming back to your site. You want to not only keep those customers, but be able to add-in new ones. Paying attention to who visits your site and re-creating it to attract new users is extremely important.
  • Measure who, when , where and how often someone visits your website
  • Measure how effective your marketing campaigns are
  • Know what services or products are viewed on your site

 

Economy

Monitor your Traffic 

$30.00 / Month
Add to Cart
Pay 1   month  $30.00/month On Sale
  • Pay 1 month  $30.00/month
     

One Time Setup Fee $120.00

 

Deluxe

Monitor your Performance 

$90.00 / Month
Add to Cart
Pay 1   month  $90.00/month On Sale
  • Pay 1 month  $90.00/month
     
  • Pay 3 month  $86.00/month On Sale
      $90.00/month Save 5%
  • Pay 6 month  $81.00/month On Sale
      $90.00/month Save 10%
  • Pay 12 month  $77.00/month On Sale
      $90.00/month Save 15%
  • Pay 24 month  $72.00/month On Sale
      $90.00/month Save 20%
  • Pay 36 month  $67.50/month On Sale
      $90.00/month Save 25%

One Time Setup Fee $120.00
  • No Yearly Contracts
  • Reporting
  • Up to 2 hour Consultation
  • Up to 1 Hour of Monthly Website Updates
  • Click to know more
BEST VALUE

Ultimate

Know your Customer Base 

$180.00 / Month
Add to Cart
Pay 1   month  $180.00/month On Sale
  • Pay 1 month  $180.00/month
     
  • Pay 3 month  $171.00/month On Sale
      $180.00/month Save 5%
  • Pay 6 month  $162.00/month On Sale
      $180.00/month Save 10%
  • Pay 12 month  $153.00/month On Sale
      $180.00/month Save 15%
  • Pay 24 month  $144.00/month On Sale
      $180.00/month Save 20%
  • Pay 36 month  $135.00/month On Sale
      $180.00/month Save 25%

One Time Setup Fee $120.00
  • No Yearly Contracts
  • Reporting
  • Up to 2 hour Consultation
  • Up to 4 hours of monthly website updates
  • Click to know more

"Risk comes from not knowing what you’re doing." – Warren Buffet

It is crucial in today’s business world to have real-time information to dissect in order to achieve success. Web analytics is one such way to track information in real-time in order to measure success, recognize threats, and discover opportunities.

Are your potential customers visiting the correct pages on your website through effective marketing efforts? Are new viewers of your website being converted into returning customers? Is your SEO generating a significant amount of leads?

Web analytics can provide the answers to these questions plus much more. A website’s effectiveness, as well as other marketing initiatives, can be measured through the compiling of statistical data.

At Ontrix, we can help identify key performance indicators through using the right analytics tool to setup and create comprehensive and efficient reports. The power of Google Analytics is leveraged to assist clients in accomplishing their online marketing objectives.

Web analytics is the collection, measurement, and analysis of internet data. Its main purpose is to optimize website exposure and usage by measuring web traffic.

Businesses and websites use it to assess the effectiveness of their websites, and see if what they are doing is worth the time and money put into it. Companies are able to see if their new marketing campaigns are improving business, or doing just the opposite. So as to not waste time and money on the same dull marketing techniques, web analytics help decide whether or not you should continue with your tactics.

By providing the website owner the number of visitors and number of page views to their website, improvements can be made to the website to see if business is up, or down, based on the number of views they get.

Google Analytics is the most widely used website analytics service, with more than one-half of the 10,000 most popular websites using it.

  1. Why do I need web analytics?
    Web analytics is a helpful and useful way to manage your website and see if what you are doing and marketing is worth the time and effort spent to make it. If your website and/or company is not making as many sales as you had hoped, web analytics can provide you with the number of views and information on the traffic your website is experiencing so that you can get an idea of what changes need to be made so as to optimize your exposure.

     
  2. How will it help me?
    By having an analysis and statistics of your website and its traffic, you can gauge how much exposure you are getting on your site and whether or not your marketing tactics are working by boosting sales, or even bringing them down. You are able to quickly see and make adjustments to your marketing campaigns in accordance to trends in the marketing world.

     
  3. Can I track my progress and sales while on-the-go?
    Yes. Google analytics released a new feature in late June 2012 that now allows you to see your website analytics on a mobile device or iPad with its new mobile app, so you don’t have to be at your office all of the time to see your progress and can make up-to-date and up-to-the-minute changes in your marketing techniques.

     
  4. Does Google Analytics allow me to track traffic and clicks from people using their mobile devices?
    The new June 2012 update now allows you to see who is accessing your site from home computers and through their mobile devices.

     
  5. Will Google Analytics slow-down my website for users?
    Though there have been previous complaints about this program slowing down websites, they have updated and completely re-vamped their program so that this problem no longer occurs.

     
  6. How will my privacy rights be affected?
    Unfortunately, these analytics programs can access your website without your permission. Fortunately, you can utilize the privacy settings set about in your browser to make sure this doesn’t happen – although this can be useful information for your website. Opting out of tracking by third-party cookies and not allowing their websites to be analyzed is only hurting your site and not giving you the benefit of knowing your strengths and weaknesses on the webpage.

     
  7. Do the analytics provide me with all of the information necessary or do I still have to analyze some of my own data and decide what to do next?
    Although Google Analytics provides you with the most accurate and thorough information about your site, it can still be necessary to use your own logic and analyze for yourself your best option for your site. Google can only do so much for you, you have to expand your site on your own and make it personable. Taking that one last extra step can be all it takes to either make you or break you based on your website sales and exposure.

     

 

Pros Cons
  1. You are able to see and track which marketing techniques work best for your site and your business.
  2. Improve sales and traffic with your site by optimizing your exposure.
  3. Leave it to Google Analytics to do most of the work for you, with you only needed to make the final push.
  4. You can actually see where people are clicking on your website, and you can see which pages get the most hits, and which don’t get any at all.
  5. Website changes and problem areas are made more obvious to the owner so that improvements can be made automatically
  1. Your privacy can be affected if you don’t utilize your privacy settings correctly.
  2. You must make changes yourself based on the information they provide you with. No tips or tricks are given to you by Google Analytics; you must logistically find your own solution to the problem. They only give you statistics.
  3. It cannot be distinguished which place people clicked from to get to the page they want. For example, if there are many locations that link back to the same URL, such as a picture, a drop-down menu, or a button that takes you back to the homepage URL, you cannot decipher which place they clicked most to get back to the homepage.
  1. Don’t be too enthusiastic about instant results
  • Results from website analytics and the results produced from the analytic results are not instantaneous. You must have patience and logic to figure out which options are best for you and your site and use those available to you to optimize exposure.
  1. Visit the website yourself
  • Do you see anything that is not appealing to you? Do you think your site and its logistics are easy to read and to understand? Ask yourself these questions, and your friends and colleagues to get more opinions.
  1. Take note of recurring customers, if any at all, and of customers who simply click on your website and leave it immediately.
  • See where the recurring customers are clicking, and where they are not.
  1. Read multiple statistical reports to get a good understanding of your logistics.
  • Don’t depend on one analysis and re-do your website from that one bit of information. Collect many different sources of information to get a complete understanding.
  1. Pay attention to what makes more money and more sense.
  • Don’t dwell on simple things that are not making much money. Take time to consider your money-making points and work on those, and from there, you get added time and comfort to work on smaller projects.
  1. Make sure your tags and keywords are making sense, and not noise.
  • Don’t add keywords just for the sake of adding them. Make sure they are worthwhile and make sense. Keep in mind that these little things are the key to optimizing your website exposure.
  1. Pay attention to how much new vs. recurring customers you have visiting the site. Just because you may have a bunch of views on your site, doesn’t mean that they are all good.
  • They can be recurring customers constantly coming back to your site. You want to not only keep those customers, but be able to add-in new ones. Paying attention to who visits your site and re-creating it to attract new users is extremely important.