Tuesday, October 18, 2016
Learn How People Interact With Your Business Online at Central Library’s Google Insights and Analytics Workshop on November 9
What: Google Insights and Analytics workshop
When: Wednesday November 9, 2016, 12:00-1:30 p.m.
Where: Central Library/2nd Floor/Youth Department/Story Castle
Are you getting the most out of your website? Do you understand how people are finding your business online and how they are interacting with you once they get there?
For answers to these questions, please join the City of Birmingham’s Office of Economic Development and Zeekee, a local digital marketing firm, on November 9 at the Central Library for a workshop that will introduce you to the free tools Google offers that allow you and your business to get a better handle on customer behavior.
Google's Insights and Analytics tools are powerful and free. Google Insights is part of the Google My Business program and shows you how people interact with your Google listing. Google Analytics is by far the most used analytics tool on the planet and gives you data on how people interact with your website.
Zeekee presenters will teach you how to utilize these free Google resources to help you make the most of your online customer interactions. It's highly recommended that you have your website and your Google My Business listing set up prior to the event.
Space is limited, so contact Valencia S. Fisher with the City of Birmingham’s Office of Economic Development at firstname.lastname@example.org as early as possible to reserve a spot.
By Tressa at October 18, 2016
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