"If you can not measure it, you can not improve it." - W.T. Kelvin (Physics, 1824-1907)
Measuring and analyzing data is a simple concept, but you must do it in the right way.
We’ve set out to put together a solid list of tools that we think other companies can use to scale their own growth. By no means is this list all-inclusive, so be sure to keep visiting this page every now and then.
To make it easier to navigate to the products you need we’ve added these jump links. Please note that the numbers were just a way to organize the tools and are not indicative of preference.
We are Google Certified on Analytics, AdWords and Optimization for Mobile sites.
Google Analytics is a freemium web analytics service offered by Google that tracks and reports website traffic. Google launched the service in November 2005 after acquiring Urchin.
Google Analytics is now the most widely used web analytics service on the Internet. Google Analytics is offered also in two additional versions: the subscription based Google Analytics 360 targeted at enterprise users and Google Analytics for Mobile Apps, an SDK that allows gathering usage data from iOS and Android Apps.
Feedly is very popular so you can see by the 'voice of the crowd' which posts are most popular. Similar to the feature in PostRank that Google also killed off.
Although feed readers aren't in fashion they are the most efficient way to scan the latest news in different categories. So if you don't use them try Feedly out - our analytics shows it's one of the most common referrers.
Google Search Console (previously Google Webmaster Tools) is a no-charge web service by Google for webmasters. It allows webmasters to check indexing status and optimize visibility of their websites.
As of May 20, 2015, Google rebranded Google Webmaster Tools as Google Search Console. It has lot of tools that let webmasters many deep analysis on technical details of a website. It's very well integrated with Google Analytics, so you can have a larger view on what's happening on the net.