You've poured your heart and soul into setting up your site and promoting your content.
You share in your Facebook groups, pin to Pinterest, and use what you believe to be the right keywords.
The problem is watching your traffic and visits. You know Google Analytics is where to find that, but you aren't sure how to set it up, let alone read and understand what it tells you.
You also have seen people talk about Google Search Console, but you are just as confused with that too! You need to connect your site and submit your sitemap, but you have no clue how to do this or even what a sitemap is!
You are struggling with this so much that you resorted to adding a plugin to your site to track all of this, but it might as well be written in a foreign language as you can't interpret any of it.
You are overwhelmed with starting a blog, getting your site connected to Google, and analyzing the data they provide.
Google itself can help, but even then, you aren't sure where to start or don't see them showing you what you need to do.
Is all of this so important that you will fail without it? I mean, can't you skip it and do OK?
No. Not really.
When you understand where your views are coming from, who your visitors are, and how they interact with your site, you'll be able to write blog posts that resonate with the right readers.
Don't you wish someone would show you everything you needed to learn in a simple format?
"There is too much data for me to know what I should even look at!"
Yeah, there's a lot that there and it can be overwhelming.
You know you need to connect your site to Google, but you fear you will break something.
Connecting search console to your site leaves you scratching your head.
You finally believe you have it all set up correctly, only to realize you've made a mistake and have to start over.
You open analytics and have no idea what any of the data means, let alone what you should be reviewing.
Search console is a bit easier, but you still aren't even sure what it does for you and why it is important.
One of the first things every blogger needs to do is properly link your site to Google to get data to help improve your ranking and determine what works for traffic - and what doesn't!
"I was able to accomplish everything by going step by step implementing the directions as I went. This is certainly something I needed a class for.
No way would I have done this just by reading various articles and then trying to replicate them on my own later.”
Imagine being able to:
Have everything connected in minutes rather than hours.
Opening search console to review the data and how to use it to help your ranking.
Quickly find your pageviews, sessions, and the number of people visiting your site.
See which articles get the most traffic and even how your visitors find them.
See which keywords you rank for and those that you can use to improve your post and ranking.
Rest easy knowing that Google will find and rank your content.
Blog Analytics is an easy-to-follow system to connect your site to Google in the simplest way and analyze the data it collects.
Hi, there! I'm Tracie.
You know you need Google. But have no idea where to start.
I’ve been in the blogging world since January 2009.
I still remember creating my site that January evening. I sat down and Googled “how to start a blog.” I created my site only because I found hot deals at local stores, and friends needed an easy place to find them.
After some time, I realized how much I loved writing and sharing advice to help others trying to get out of debt and save money. It quickly became my passion. But, again, I still knew nothing about blogging. I did not even know I could make money at this!
Over the years, I’ve managed to turn a blogging idea into a thriving business that earns my family five figures month after month. We’ve been able to pay off our debt of more than $37,000, purchase two vehicles and even remodel our house – all because of the income I have made from my blog.
I want to give you the information you need to be successful – right from the start! I would share anything I’d learned to help them become successful. I am in countless Facebook groups and lend my advice as frequently as I can.
I know you can find some of this information for free online. But, the fact is you need to know what to Google even to get started. Rather than spending hours doing research, you get it all in one place. And, best of all, you get me right next to you, helping you along the way.
What makes Blog Analytics different from other courses?
Start a blog posts and courses talk about setting up your site but forget to share that you need to connect it to Google.
Blog Analytics walks you through this process with screenshots and videos to help you understand it all.
Let's take a look inside:
Setting up Google Analytics
The platform to use to get the most accurate stats and traffic data on your site.
Commonly used terminology
Why it is important
How G4 differs from Universal Analytics
Detailed instructions to set up and connect it to your site
How to run Univeral Analytics & G4 simultaneously
Using Google Analytics
Once it is set up, you need to know how to use it!
In-depth Google Analytics tour
How to find your sessions and page views
Common reports and how to read (and customize) them
Tracking Pinterest (COMING SOON)
Tracking Email Clicks (COMING SOON)
Your blog has a sitemap and you want to share it with Google.
What a sitemap is
Creating your sitemap
Submitting it to Google
Google Search Console
Understand what Google search console is and why it is an important tool for your blog.
Understand what it is
What search console tells you
Setting up and connecting your site
Connecting Search Console to Google Analytics
Using Google Search Console
Once you've got it set up, it's time to navigate and use it
Navigation of the entire platform
Submitting your updated post to Google
Finding keywords and ranking
Errors and how to fix them
While this isn't a course that teaches you SEO, it is part of what you'll use with search console so your content can rank.
Sydney B."Learned more in five minutes than I did in months!"
"My blog was going nowhere; it wasn't being indexed, and it wasn't being searched until I took Tracie's course.
Just one module, 5 minutes of learning, told me how to fix my blog. Now, I have good data, and search engines are FINALLY finding my blog.
And the best part? That's one module -- and this course has a bunch of them! Tremendous value!
I thank you from the bottom of my heart for the information in this course."
I've got As for your Qs!
How will I get access to the course?
Once your purchase is finalized, you'll be directed to a screen where you can sign in and start learning!
When does the course start and end?
It is 100% self-lead so you can learn on your schedule and your terms.
How long will I have access?
How does lifetime sound? Once you purchase, you get access to the course and updates, for as long as you want!
Do you offer refunds?
I wouldn't want that! If you sign up and decide that it is not for you, you can request a refund within the first 30-days after your purchase.
Which version of Google Analytics does this cover?
All the videos and screenshots show you how to use the newest version of Google Analytics - G4.
Is this all text or only video?
It is a combination of both! You will find text that explains the details and video that shows you how navigate the platforms.
Iva U."Removed the stress!"
“I have been following Tracie for over a year now, and I absolutely love the way she teaches things. Her style is so easy to understand and follow. This course was great and very thorough. She took the complication out of analytics and made it super simple to grasp.
I love her sincerity and the passion she shows when helping others. I would recommend any and all of her courses!!”
Don't bury your head in the sand when it comes to understanding your analytics.