University of Wisconsin–Madison
Google Analytics

Free session: What can you do with Google Analytics? (Google Analytics 101)

Want to learn how to effectively analyze and measure visitor traffic to your campus-affiliated website? Google Analytics is a great tool to capture and understand this data so you can strategize on how to get more visitors to your site.

Due to popular demand, we’re welcoming registration to attend the next in-person session on April 5, 2018. This session is for anyone who’s interested in learning more about Google Analytics. Featured topics:

  • The basics of Google Analytics — its main features and how to navigate the application
  • What it’s used for and how to read and analyze the data it measures
  • Why these metrics are important
  • How to filter your data and compile detailed reports
  • Additional resources for self-paced learning

More information about this learning event:

Name: What Can You Do with Google Analytics? (Google Analytics 101)

Sponsors: WiscWeb DoIT

Date: Thursday, April 5, 2018

Time: 9 –11 a.m.

Location: Memorial Library (728 State St.), Room 126

Presenters: Jonathan Dedering and Adam Hills-Meyer

Please register to attend (there is an increased 60-seat capacity). Please bring your laptop to access your Google Analytics account (if you have one, though it is not necessary to attend). Additional Google Analytics sessions will be held throughout the year; more information TBD.

For those unable to attend this session, you can view the Feb. 7 presentation.

Please contact Matt Goins at matt.goins@wisc.edu for more information.