CEID100 Project By: Ashley Sanders & Arhum Al-Rahman
When a company sets up a website, they can then gain information on how many visitors clicked on their website, how long they were there for, and what path they accessed their site through. This information can be very vital to a company not only to understand their consumer’s needs and wants but also how to improve their web strategy. This process of collecting and analyzing the data and thus understand what it all means, is referred to as web analytics. Depending on your businesses size there can be different beneficial ways/strategies to gain the most from your analysis. These include, the clickstream, outcomes, testing, voice of the customer and competitive intelligence. The data then collected can be beneficial as it may allow for better marketing of the website, a higher rate of return and improve their website overall. Web analytic software can be either free, however, the information provided can be difficult to interpret yourself; or they can be paid where a company would outsource their analytics. Before outsourcing, there are a couple of key questions that should be asked. For example, what makes your tools different than the ones offered for free? Are you 100% Application service provider? What options are available for exporting the data to our companies system? And, what data capture mechanisms do you use? Overall result of web analytics is that it allows you to see where you are today, and then see what changes can be made to help in the companies growth.
Here is my first piktochart based off this blog: http://www.kaushik.net/avinash/competitive-intelligence-data-sources-best-practices/
Here are my badges from my first HTML lessons
by: Ashley Sanders and Arhum Al-Rahman
My First ever app creation!
“I am quick learner, who strives to bring the best out of others. I work well with other people, and love to take initiative. I will work with you, and strive to achieve your fitness goals to get you to where you want to be. I have an exceptional background in the fitness field, with taking courses such as Anatomy, and Nutrition; in addition also a fitness instructor with Canfitpro. I look forward to learning more about your goals in the near future.”
In creating my personal brand statement, I still was not 100% as to where to start after reading this weeks module. I find this helpful link which gave me a good starting point at least. I wanted to create a personal brand statement that was related to my fitness aspect of my life, that I could pitch while in a gym setting. Therefore, without going into my past experiences, much like a resume would, I kept it brief and how I could help the individual. I feel that this will interest the individual and catch their attention more, opposed to me boring them with my life story.
To begin, I stated some of my personal characteristic traits, I then went on to say how I really cared about the individual and I was there for them. I then briefly mentioned some of my background, the courses I have previously taken so the individual I am talking to knows that I am qualified. Lastly, I finished off my pitch with wanting to keep in contact with them, therefore the next move is now in their “court”.