Getting Digital Analytics Right For 2018
On February 7th, LeapThree held our first MeetUp of the year where we discussed how to get more value from digital analytics in 2018. We were pleased with the turnout, the informative talks by our speakers and their interaction with the people that attended.
Our choice of discussion was encouraged by a tweet from Mikko Piippo
Our first speaker on the night was Marc Abraham (Chief Product Officer at Settled). Marc has been in ...
Peter O’Neill has Received a DAA Awards for Excellence Nomination
The founder of L3 Analytics, Peter O’Neill, has received a DAA Awards for Excellence nomination.
The DAA Awards for Excellence, which are run by the Digital Analytics Association (DAA), aim to recognise the world’s most influential digital analytics practitioners.
Peter O’Neill has been shortlisted in the Most Influential Individual Industry Contributor category for creating MeasureCamp and MeasureBowling, and sits ...
Thoughts on eMetrics 2015
At the end of last month, the team at L3 Analytics attended eMetrics, an annual summit which facilitates learning and collaboration in the realm of digital marketing. As most of our clients are interested in improving this side of their business, we managed to dip into as many presentations as possible to get a broad overview of new tools, techniques and thoughts around marketing and analytics. Read on for two of our analysts ...
Happy Birthday to Us
This month the team are celebrating a full five years of L3 Analytics, from its first day (one analyst, no clients – more the start of a 90s slacker movie than a company) to now, a healthy nine-strong organisation with multinational clients, an approved Google Analytics Certified Partnership and a posh office with sparkling water on tap.
So what did we do to kick up our heels? Well, we’re geeks, so first up we went to an ...
What we learnt at MeasureCamp 6
On March 13 & 14 2015, L3 Analytics attended MeasureCamp VI, the web analytics unconference. As with the previous events, it kicked-off with a series of training workshops the day before the unconference. More than 220 campers coming from various places in Europe gathered in London to share their knowledge during a full day.
The L3 team enjoyed learning new things from the Digital Analytics community so we would like to ...
2 Unusual Content Groups
We’ve been spoiled with all Google Analytics (GA) features released this year. At L3, we’re particularly keen on Content Grouping. After playing around with this toy for a while, I’d like to share a small tip about it.
As a reminder, the aim of this feature is to categorise your content. It’s incredibly useful and I recommend everyone to set up their content grouping (see this guide from Justin Cutroni for more ...
Creating your Conversion Funnel in Excel
Conversion funnel diagrams are incredibly useful to understand how visitors go through your website to achieve a goal. Most Web Analytics tools provide reports to show the conversion rate between each key stage but they don't often show exactly the information I need. Therefore, when I analyse a new website, I love drawing up my own funnels. It helps to understand how the website works and can provide additional insights:
MeasureFest 2013 Wrap-up
Yesterday, I attended the first MeasureFest organised in London by the brightonSEO team. From 10am to 6pm, I had the chance to watch a wide range of presentations about digital analytics, CRO, SEO and business intelligence. It was also the opportunity to catch up with all the other #measure folks and to exchange a few tips:
There were group of four sessions throughout the day. For each one, you will find below for a wrap-up ...
Google Tag Manager for Beginners – MeasureCamp #3
Last Saturday, MeasureCamp came back with a third edition. I really enjoyed meeting other folks passionate about Digital Analytics. People were eager to share their knowledge with fun and we had loads of amazing sessions:
I performed one about Google Tag Manager in the morning. The presentation was for beginners but there were people from a wide range of backgrounds in the room: digital analysts, consultants, TMS vendors, ...
Tracking clicks within iframes with Google Analytics and jQuery
A few days ago, I needed to implement Google Analytics click events within iframes. I was aware that “iframe tracking” often rhymes with “pain in the backside” but actually a few solutions do exist. One of my best finds was this great post from Doug Hall (Conversion Works):
Tracking clicks on social buttons with Google Analytics
It explains clearly why tracking iframe contents can be challenging. Social media ...