Have you been ignoring your analytics because every time you login to Google Analytics you go cross-eyed? Or maybe you look at it and nod with a bemused smile, whispering yourself " Yep!".
And then pour a stiff drink and click through Zulilly until you’ve forgotten the horror….
Analytics is a confusing mass of garble - like the huge box of cords and wires that my husband keeps in the office (just in case SOMEDAY he needs them).
But guess what?
It can be tamed.
It can be understood.
It can be used to grow your blog so that it reaches more people that you ever imagined.
Oh sure, Marye. You say that... but I've taken other courses. I've watched hours of Youtube videos. I've listened to umpteen speakers at conferences. I just can't get it - and I can't afford the ibuprofen it will take to try again.
Oh darlin’, I've got you. I know how hard it is to try to grasp new information while you're cleaning up a baby blow out. I’ve tried to wrap my brain around technical stuff while waiting for the kids at karate practice… AND I’ve fallen asleep with my head on the keyboard while I was trying to do a lesson after everyone else went to bed. I know. I really do.
I've been there. I promise you can understand this. I'm keeping it in short lessons, I'm keeping it understandable, and I'm keeping it fun.
Just like all my other courses. I promise.
How to figure out who your readers are and why they're on your blog
How to figure out when to start promoting that Taco Casserole that went viral last year
Whether you should post your Chicago Dog recipe in the morning or the afternoon -- or at all
It's basically a full on Google Analytics Tutorial translated for busy mom bosses.
If you are ready to go to the next level with your blog this is the course for you.
Marye Audet-White is a former stay at home, home-schooling mom of 8 that leveraged an unexpected life event into a writing career and a six figure income. She is the owner of Restless Chipotle Media, LLC, where she writes full time on her blogs Restless Chipotle and Marye Audet-White. She speaks at conferences, was a writer for Texas Living Magazine for 4 years, has published over 10 cookbooks, and been featured in numerous interviews, TV spots, websites, and grandchildren's drawings. With 22 years of homeschooling experience she can teach anyone anything. It's her passion to see women "twirling into their happily ever after".