In recent years, it’s become patently obvious that website optimization is the best way to jump up the rankings and put your website in the best position possible for the future. With the likes of Google Analytics, we can check the areas that need improvement and keep optimizing the website until a good number of people are visiting and clicking through the pages on a daily basis.
For a long time, data analytics have provided all website owners with great way to progress but now we’re reaching a time where we have too much data. As strange as it sounds, we’re able to pull data from every interaction and every process which makes it hard to know where to focus our attentions.
Today, we’re going to be discussing the role website optimization has to play in managing constant data analytics.
Problems with Comparing
When we compare current data analytics, this can give a good insight into how things have changed from one point in time to the next. Using old data to compare, let’s say you’re assessing how things have changed, due to website optimization, from February to March. What are you really comparing?
For both months, the data has come from a single moment …