Using partial url to analyse visitors to website sections

Posted on:  3rd February 2016 In Category: A1WebStats Blog, Pages  0 comments

-+*Are there sections of your website that you’d like to analyse in more detail, to determine how effectively they attract traffic and retain the interest of those website visitors? Websites that have a defined structure to urls make it incredibly easy to analyse certain types of visitor pathways to specific parts of the website –…


A1WebStats API – making the best use of ALL your data

Posted on:  14th January 2016 In Category: A1WebStats Blog, A1WebStats Functionality  0 comments

-+*Unlike many of our competitors, A1WebStats tracks the paths of all visitors, regardless of whether they are identifiable as companies or not. This can be incredibly useful, especially when combined with our API. Before discussing the API specifically though, there’s some important areas to consider, that are connected with getting the best from an API…


WOW Analytics vs A1WebStats

Posted on:  22nd December 2015 In Category: A1WebStats Blog, WOW Analytics  0 comments

-+*It’s quite interesting how the online visibility of competitors can help to influence changes in websites. For some time, WOW Analytics had a page on their website that contained this content, which was hugely inaccurate in many places … 7 Reasons to use WOW over A1 Webstats  We don’t use whois.com A1 Webstats can only…


Who uses Google remarketing?

Posted on:  17th November 2015 In Category: A1WebStats Blog, PPC  0 comments

-+*Love them or hate them, one aspect of Google advertising is very powerful: Google Remarketing For those who haven’t heard of it before – when you’re browsing around the web and see adverts appear (typically, graphics, but sometimes text only), related to websites you’ve been to before … that’s likely Google remarketing in action. For…


Lead Forensics frustration at losing business

Posted on:  13th November 2015 In Category: A1WebStats Blog, Lead Forensics  3 comments

-+*Business can be tough and competitors are always a consideration. So it was perhaps no surprise that someone at Lead Forensics would get to the point of doing something daft, probably in frustration at losing so much business to both ourselves and others in our industry.  Read on for the preamble followed by the specific…


Make it easy for people to buy

Posted on:  10th November 2015 In Category: A1WebStats Blog, Website Strength  0 comments

-+*This is brilliant – a fantastic example of a website that makes it so incredibly easy to buy – http://www.headsets4business.co.uk. If your business sells products directly from the website then there are some tips to pick up here.  If you don’t sell products from your website, you may still get something from this … Here’s…


No reply email address – why it’s a no-no

Posted on:  5th November 2015 In Category: A1WebStats Blog, Customer Focus  0 comments

-+*It seems that the bigger the business, the more likely they’ll fall foul of the customer focus horror story of the ‘no reply’ email address. Few things are more insulting than to receive an email, to want to reply to it, and then the reply being rejected because it’s been set up as a ‘no…


Unlimited business training courses in Birmingham for £2.45 a day. Really?!

Posted on:  1st November 2015 In Category: A1WebStats Blog, Website Content, Website Strength  0 comments

-+*Unlimited business training courses in Birmingham for £2.45 a day.  Really?! We’ve all seen offers that make us think “yeah, that’s too good to be true – where’s the catch?” – particularly online. So how do businesses with genuinely good offers stand out from the crowd? In our case (A1WebStats), how does a business whose…


Lead Forensics vs Google Analytics vs A1WebStats

Posted on:  9th October 2015 In Category: A1WebStats Blog, A1WebStats Functionality, Lead Forensics  0 comments

-+*Something that amuses us greatly is when we get calls from trial subscribers who tell us what people at Lead Forensics have said to them when they mention that they’re using A1WebStats for deeper analytical purposes. The battle goes a bit like this: Company signs up for a trial of Lead Forensics and then A1WebStats…