Tag: Google Analytics

July 26, 2017 · Yesenia Sotelo

Course: Advanced Google Analytics

Cost: $125 to Member/$250 Nonmember

You’ve got the basics of Google Analytics down—now learn advanced features like segmenting, goals, and campaigns to get the most from your website’s data.

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June 7, 2017 · Yesenia Sotelo

Course: Intro to Google Analytics

Cost: $125 NTEN members/$250 non-members

Say goodbye to being overwhelmed by the information in Google Analytics. In this course, we’ll cover just the data points that are most applicable to your nonprofit’s website. You’ll walk away with easy-implement tools and tricks to improve your website immediately.

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March 24, 2017 · Yesenia Sotelo

NTC Crossover – Intro to Google Analytics

Cost: Free for 17NTC Attendees

This course is a unique opportunity only available to those attending the 2017 Nonprofit Technology Conference (17NTC). The live portion of the course will be a session at the conference rather than an online event.

Registration for this course is free to those attending the 17NTC and limited to 20 seats. To request a seat please complete the form below. The first 20 eligible people will be registered and notified by email.

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October 18, 2016 · Yesenia Sotelo

Course: Intro to Google Analytics

Cost: $125 for Members; $250 for Non-Members

Let’s say goodbye to being overwhelmed by the information in Google Analytics. In this class, we’ll cover just the data points that are most applicable to your nonprofit’s website.

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December 6, 2016 · Yesenia Sotelo

Course: Advanced Google Analytics

Cost: $125 to Member/$250 Nonmember

If you already feel confident about terms like sessions and pageviews, then join this advanced training.

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February 4, 2014 · Yesenia Sotelo

Webinar: Using Google Analytics to Improve Your Website

Cost: $30 for Members / $60 for Non-members

Google Analytics is a great tool that you can use to make sure visitors to your website are finding the information that they need, and the information that you want them to find. There’s a lot of information in Google Analytics, though, and it’s easy to get overwhelmed by it all. It’s time to say goodbye to getting overwhelmed with all of the data that Google Analytics provides and start getting the information you need from it.

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