Our Analytical reports are powerful tools in your fight for success. We provide a range of solutions from the simple annotated reports, right through to BIG DATA analysis. If you want your business to save money on advertising, improve lead quality, find areas best to target or generally see how visitors view your business online – Our reporting will be invaluable. Below is a little information and considerations highlighting why we should be used for analytical services.
Event tracking is a useful feature that allows you to record interactions with elements of your website which aren’t tracked as standard within Google Analytics. An example would email submissions, form completions, page navigations & sections expanded and much more.
With the use of our CT system, we are able to track which leads are coming from your adverts. We do this by inserting your business telephone into the adverts and then monitoring each call as they come in by the time of day and month. It doesn’t stop there, we are even able to provide you with the location of each caller, how they retrieved your number and even take a recording of the call for you.
Advertising is essential to the success of a brand, it’s how people find you, use you and recommend your name above others. At Webdrex we want to be able to tell you ‘how’ your customers are coming to you, from where and why. Attribution works to ‘attribute a value’ to each advertising medium you use.
Do you have time and/or patience to sift through ‘fluffy websites’ that deliver their message in a round-about, confusing way? The likelihood is that you don’t and (given you have 3 seconds to gain and retain interest on a website) that you could probably share many poor experiences of websites that do this. Webdrex work to ensure clear delivery of your businesses message, effectively and creatively.
We can provide analytics to you whenever they are requested and can* use them to make amendments to your online campaigns, ensuring your media is performing to the highest of standards. For example, how many times your ad has been seen and its click-through rate, time spent on your site, what triggered your advert and what that visitor did after.