My new consultancy company is 3 months old and according to all the textbooks, it is time for an introductory offer to promote the business. To that end, my offer is to do a free Google Analytics Introductory project worth £3,000 for one organisation. For details of what is included, check out the description of the L3 Analytics Standard GA Project. Apply for this offer by leaving a comment, emailing me at email@example.com or calling on 07843617347. I intend to make a decision on the organisation in the next couple of weeks, announcing this by the 28th Jan – naturally my decision on which organisation is final.
Signing up for this will get you a week of an experienced web analytics professional, who has worked with some of the UK’s leading companies, looking at your web analytics implementation & configuration, and using the available web analytics data to evaluate and understand how your website is performing. My findings will be summarised in a presentation including recommended actions that your organisation should take.
So what’s the catch, well there isn’t one. My personal credentials can be found on my LinkedIn profile but I am looking now to develop a range of case studies under the L3 Analytics banner. My objective is to prove L3 Analytics can immediately add value through recommending changes based on the web analytics data that will lead to an improvement in performance for any organisation. I am seeking a proactive organisation that is looking to act on justified, tangible recommendations and would be happy for me to publicise the impact of changes made (without giving away confidential information of course).
For any agencies out there, feel free to recommend this offer to your clients. An improvement in the performance/conversion rate of a website means the ROI for all marketing is similarly improved, making it easier to justify an increase in marketing spend. However the company must have bought into the idea and make the request themselves so that I can be confident that they will act on recommendations.
So please, get in contact if interested in applying or if you have any questions. I am of course very happy to talk to anyone who wants to sidestep this process and have a chat about how I can assist them with understanding what is happening with their customers, website and marketing, whether using Google Analytics or any other source of data. Lastly, for any not-for-profit organisations, an alternative source of free web analytics support is The Analysis Exchange, a program where people new to web analytics gain experience with real life data while mentored by experienced web analysts.