Our traffic bounces all over the place. We have social. We have email. We have paid ads. There’s more sites, platforms, and networks than we could possibly hope to run our campaigns on. How do we keep track of it all? How do we know what’s working and what’s not? We use UTM codes. What’s a UTM? UTM stands for Urchin tracking parameters. They’re little pieces of data that we add to our URLs in order to see where different traffic comes from. They were introduced way back with an analytics tool called Urchin, the tool that was bought by…
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Everything is moving towards mobile. For examples, Google penalizes you if your site isn’t mobile optimized and Facebook Ad CPC (cost per click) is much cheaper on mobile compared to desktop. More than half of the world’s web traffic now comes from mobile phones. This means more and more potential customers are viewing your website on their phones. If you still haven’t optimized your site’s conversions for mobile user experience, then chances are you’re losing money. On top of that, audience targeting is way more successful on mobile than on desktop, so you can’t afford to put off mobile any…
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Confidence Interval: A range of values calculated such that there is a known probability that the true mean of a parameter lies within it. The science of statistics is all about predicting results by sampling a portion of a population. Since you can never be 100% certain of that prediction, the result is often expressed as a possible range of values. This range is also known as the confidence interval. For example, you might estimate average body weight based on a random sample of 500 men and 500 women. Your sample results will vary, so you need to add a…
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A/B Testing Basics: Confidence Interval