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5 Tips to Bulletproof Your Analytics Implementation

September 2, 2016 Matthew Maddox

Your digital properties—websites, mobile apps and more—are central to your business. And your customers spend an incredible 5.6 hours per day with digital media. With all of that data to collect—and the technology to pull reports instantly—marketers like you are now able to understand their customers like never before.

But is your web analytics implementation bulletproof?

In this newly released eBook, you will learn in five simple steps how to:

  • Produce data that you can trust
  • Use free debugging tools to spot-check your implementations
  • Avoid common mistakes in analytics validation

To see specific insights pointing the way toward actionable best practices for your analytics implementation (plus a Bonus Tip), fill out the form and download your complimentary eBook now.


About the Author

Matthew Maddox

Matt’s mission as the Director of Enablement at ObservePoint is to educate customers to use the marketing technologies they select for their sites most effectively. Matt delivered training at Omniture and Adobe for over eight years before joining ObservePoint. He was the dedicated trainer for several global companies, creating and delivering custom courses based on their corporate business requirements. With a wealth of experience solving analytics questions in many industry verticals, including e-commerce, media, finance, lead generation and automotive, Matt offers sound direction and analytics insight.

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