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Topic: Five Steps to Better Metrics: How one marketer leveraged Web analytics for an annual revenue increase of $500,000

Web analytics can yield an intimidating mound of data — much more than marketers can interpret and use.

The overwhelmed marketer needs a way to discipline the process — a way to turn this raw data into valuable insights concerning their customers. The problem for today’s marketer is not collecting this data, but distilling it to its predictive power.

Once a marketer is able to effectively predict customer behavior, he or she can then effectively ask for a conversion (sale, lead, ad click, etc.).

All in all, data is useless if it doesn’t give you the ability to predict customer behavior.

One marketer leveraged Web analytics for an annual revenue increase of $500,000.

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