Data collected through Google Analytics provide insight into the traffic on your company’s website, but are you using the data to its fullest advantage? Do you know who those website visitors really are, or only that they spent time looking for a brown leather sofa or a midnight blue Honda CRV?
With PERQ’s recent upgrade to its Google Analytics Reporting, clients we serve in the multifamily, home furnishings and auto industries can easily connect personally identifiable information on every customer, as they journey from a website lead to an actual sale.
“That’s really powerful, because if you can come in and see the type of behavior that actually is attributed to only the people who are buying, it helps you understand the type of behavior that is creating the most value, the highest propensity to buy,” says PERQ Product Marketing Manager Russ Chandler.
While understanding how to effectively use Google Analytics may seem daunting, the PERQ upgrade makes it simple for companies to leverage website data for the most benefit. Here’s how it works:
Simple PERQ Google Analytics Integration
PERQ works with your website’s existing Google Analytics account. The only thing your company needs to do is give PERQ access to your GA account with edit permissions to set up the PERQ dashboard.
Your company’s unique consumer data is kept private, and PERQ uses the reporting for monthly and quarterly business reviews and to analyze performance and ROI.
Benefits of PERQ Google Analytics Reporting
Instead of waiting for a meeting with PERQ to show you how your company’s website is doing each month, you can see in real time how the interactive website technology is performing. You can run a report showing Google Analytics Conversions for All Leads vs. PERQ leads, or track information on the number of unique website visitors, total CTA clicks, total unique leads and average session duration.
By capturing detailed lead data on each person who engages with the PERQ Website Conversion solution, whether they’re shopping for a new sofa, car or an apartment, companies can finally connect the dots between their website visitors and sales data to know which traffic sources are working.
Using Google Analytics to Improve Business
Ed Massood, owner of Home Inspirations Thomasville, says his company converts close to 20% of its website leads with the detailed lead data captured on his home furnishings website. “The insights we’re gathering online are invaluable,” Massood says, from spotting customer buying trends to knowing when a website lead buys in-store.
Tracking leads to sales and understanding customers’ buying patterns gives companies the power to target their sales approach and give consumers what they want. Take the blind spot out of your marketing strategy with clear insights from PERQ’s dashboard in Google Analytics.