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5 Reasons Why You Need An Enterprise Web Analytics Tool

Posted by Andy Gibson on Feb 24, 2015 2:15:00 PM

These days, if you're like me, you've probably heard the term "big data" so much that its mention makes you sick to your stomach. "Big data solves this problem, big data solves that problem."

The truth is, very few companies actually have the capabilities and technology in place to take advantage of their data. One of these areas of technology is web analytics tools.

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Topics: Web Analytics

[Webinar Download] Driving Marketing ROI with Data Integration

Posted by Evan Cohen on Feb 18, 2015 10:12:29 AM

Last week we had a special webinar guest: Niel Hoyne, Head of Customer Analytics at Google! He joined Michael Loban, CMO at InfoTrust, in explaining Data Integration and Marketing ROI. The webinar presentation covers enhancing the customer experience and addresses the common challenges by integrating our marketing systems. They discussed more specifically:

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Topics: Digital Marketing

When Should an Agency Begin Managing Your Online Advertising?

Posted by James Love on Feb 13, 2015 3:21:00 PM

Congratulations, your company has been growing! You're probably already invested in online advertising, whether search, display, or both, but it's beginning to overwhelm you. You need to focus on the core of your business, and while you see the value in online ads, you know you're probably not capitalizing on all opportunities and may even be wasting some of your ad spend. What are some signs you should let an agency manage your ads for you? (Full disclosure - we'd love to be that agency. More on that in a sec.)

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Topics: Digital Marketing, Google Adwords, Bing Ads

Why Do Companies Still Have Web Analytics Issues?

Posted by Andy Gibson on Jan 27, 2015 3:54:00 PM


Let's face it, web analytics tools have been around for a while. Google Analytics was created in 2006, after a 2005 purchase of Urchin. Omniture was founded in 1996 and purchased by Adobe in 2009. While these are just a few examples of the more popular tools, it's safe to assume companies have been using these tools for the better part of the past decade.

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Topics: Web Analytics

[Webinar Recording] Mastering Google Analytics Premium

Posted by Evan Cohen on Jan 20, 2015 11:02:38 AM

Last week we had a special webinar guest: Jesse Nichols, Industry Solutions & Partnerships for Google Analytics Premium! He joined Michael Loban, CMO at InfoTrust, in explaining Google Analytics Premium. This webinar recording covers many of it’s features and why it’s quickly being endorsed by many organizations around the world. They discussed more specifically:

  1. The distinctions between Standard Google Analytics and GA Premium
  2. Unsampled reporting and big Query data exporting
  3. Roll-up reporting for a global multi-site companies
  4. Practical uses of Premium and case studies
  5. Which analytics tool is right for you


Also, if you enjoyed the video make sure to download our free whitepaper!

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Topics: Google Analytics Premium

[Webinar] Mastering Enterprise Analytics With Google Analytics Premium

Posted by Andy Gibson on Dec 16, 2014 3:04:00 PM

Large enterprises have different data needs than smaller companies and organizations. There are numerous reasons for this, but it typically boils down to the size and complexity of enterprises. Smaller companies have fewer people. Fewer people (typically) leads to less complexity within the organization. 

Think of your large enterprises like Unilever or P&G. They own numerious brands, each with numerous departments, in many different countries across the world. That leads to very unique data needs across the entire organization. What does the North American Manager of Brand A need to know about digital marketing performance? What about the Manager of Brand B in Europe? 

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Topics: Google Analytics Premium

The 3 Most Common E-Commerce Issues of 2014

Posted by Andy Gibson on Dec 2, 2014 12:59:00 PM

Here at InfoTrust, we have the pleasure of working with some very large (and wonderful) e-commerce companies. Our role is to help these companies collect better e-commerce data, which will in turn allow them better, more accurate insights to increase their online sales. 

Because of our e-commerce experience, we've gained insight into some of the most common e-commerce issues companies are experiencing in 2014. Merry Christmahanakwanzika!

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Topics: e-commerce

[Webinar Download] Enhancing the Consumer Shopping Experience with Google Analytics

Posted by James Love on Nov 21, 2014 11:37:00 AM

Last week we had a special webinar guest: Marcia Jung, Ecommerce Product Manager at Google! She joined Amin Shawki, Analytics Manager at InfoTrust, in explaining how the new enhanced ecommerce features in Google Analytics are enormously helpful to marketers optimizing their Ecommerce checkout funnel.

Find out where consumers are leaving in the checkout process, ways to retarget cart abandonments, and overall optimization of the checkout funnel to drive more online sales.

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Topics: e-commerce

5 Ways to Increase Your E-Commerce Conversion Rate This Holiday Season

Posted by Andy Gibson on Nov 3, 2014 9:32:00 AM

It's that time of year again. The leaves are turning, it's starting to get cold outside, and the holidays are right around the corner.

For those of you running an e-commerce website, it's one of your favorite times of year. With Christmas upcoming, consumer spending is about to skyrocket. Last year, Cyber Monday hit $2.29 billion in online sales. And 2013's Cyber Monday grew 20.6 percent over the previous year. So yes, 2014's Cyber Monday should be fairly successful.

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Topics: e-commerce

[Whitepaper] Closing the Loop on Marketing for Higher Education

Posted by James Love on Oct 29, 2014 2:20:00 PM

Digital technology has changed the rules of engagement with prospective students and redefined the college experience. From high school seniors to underemployed adults, students prefer technology over human connection when researching their school of choice.  

With this information in mind, the traditional buying funnel of awareness, consideration and decision has become difficult for marketers to accurately track. It’s possible for the purchasing funnel to look shortened from awareness to decision, leaving marketers with unanswered questions and knowing little about all the touchpoints during a prospective student's journey.  

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Topics: Digital Analytics, Higher Education