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If you think of yourself as more creative than analytical, you can still master marketing analytics--it's more than just advertising impressions.
Many people in marketing went into the profession as a refuge from math, but in recent years, the math has found them. Fear not: You don't need to be a math whiz to master marketing analytics; you just need to be willing to make decisions based on numbers. And marketing analytics is getting simpler. The high-stakes, confusing game of advertising is actually becoming less important in many industries: maybe you don't need to know much about advertising analytics.
Digital Marketing Analytics Beyond Advertising LiveLessons will help you, the marketer, understand marketing analytics beyond advertising. As privacy regulations, cookie restrictions, and other changes make advertising less effective, other marketing analytics become more important. You will learn how to reason about numbers, what questions you should ask analytics experts, and what to do with those numbers to succeed. Don't believe whoever told you that math was not your thing--if you understand marketing, you can understand marketing analytics and make the numbers work for you.
Beginner - intermediate
Learn How To
* Understand marketing analytics beyond advertising
* Make informed marketing decisions based on reliable data
* Develop a process for implementing marketing analytics in your projects
Who Should Take This Course
* All marketers and customer experience staffers, who need to understand how marketing analytics works and how it can be used effectively to improve results
* Marketing managers, because they must make the strategic decisions that lead to marketing effectiveness, with marketing analytics playing an increasing role each year
* Analytics experts and data science experts; if they're struggling to explain marketing analytics to marketers, this course will help bridge the communication gap
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Lesson 1: Introduction to Digital Marketing Analytics
1.1 Why are analytics so important?
1.2 How do you overcome math phobia?
1.3 How do you tell a story with numbers?
1.4 How do you reason with numbers?
Lesson 1 Exercise: Project Progress
Lesson 2: How Marketing Analytics Are Used
2.1 What are Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)?
2.2 What are key types of Marketing Analytics?
2.3 How do tracking codes work?
Lesson 2 Exercise: Project Progress
Lesson 3: Foundational Marketing Metrics
3.1 How do activity metrics work?
3.2 How do I measure content?
3.3 How do I track the customer journey?
Lesson 3 Exercise: Project Progress
Lesson 4: Audience Metrics
4.1 What questions must I ask about audiences?
4.2 How do I collect audience information - legally?
4.3 What can I do with audience metrics?
Lesson 4 Exercise: Project Progress
Lesson 5: Money Metrics
5.1 How do I measure sales?
5.2 What is attribution?
5.3 How do I prove Return on Investment (ROI)?
Lesson 5 Exercise: Project Progress
Lesson 6: Working with Marketing Analytics
6.1 What process do we follow to make progress?
6.2 How does A/B testing work?
6.3 How does conversion rate optimization work?
6.4 How do I score leads?
Lesson 6 Exercise: Project Progress
Lesson 7: What's Next?
7.1 What's coming next in marketing analytics?
7.2 What's next for you in marketing analytics?