About Web Analytics Marketing

Webtrends How To Learn About Web Analytics an Hour a Day - Join the Web Analytics Association. With over 1,500 members all over the world, the WAA is the premier virtual venue for learning more about Web analytics and collaborating with people in the industry. Membership allows you to participate in the Web analytics community and interact with experienced Web analysts and even hiring managers. Joining the WAA says to an employer that you are serious about the field and want to work within it.

Web Analytics Community Authors Blogs and Books - If you aren't reading the blogs and the books, you are missing the opportunity to gain hard-learned and hard-earned experience from people who have been doing Web analytics for years. These are handy "Web Analytics Books" "Web Analytics Demystified," "The Big Book of KPI's" " Web Site Measurement Hacks" "Multichannel Marketing" "Web Analytics An Hour a Day"

Installing Free Web Analytics Tools - The financial barriers to using Web analytics tools have been removed. It is easy to get a tag from Google Analytics, Yahoo Web Analytics, and Microsoft Ad Center Analytics, put it on your site, and begin exploring the reports, measures, dimensions, filters, variables, and tool configurations available in these free products. Learning these tools and applying them to improving you or your friend's Websites will teach you a fair share of the challenges involved with doing Web analytics in the real world.

Web Analytics Wednesday know as WAW -  The Internet's only global monthly social networking event for Web marketing and analytics professionals has brought together nearly 10,000 people in hundreds of cities worldwide. Your local WAW is the best place to meet the local analytics community and talk with the people in it. At a WAW, you will meet people in local companies that take analytics seriously and have a chance to interact with hiring managers near where you live.

University of California Irvine's Certificate in Web Intelligence - For people already in Web analytics or want to learn the intricacies of business process management, project management, or data warehousing in the context of Web analytics and business intelligence, these courses offer the opportunity to do so. Knowledge imparted in these courses is well suited for advancing your career. Completing these courses offer the new or experienced analyst a leg-up when competing for a new job or helping to prove their suitability for an expanded analytical role at their current job.

Web Analytics Conferences - For those who already work in Web analytics or want to find out more about the contemporary practice of Web analytics today, attending conferences is a "must do" at least one per year to stay in the game. The eMetrics Marketing Optimization Summit , the X Change Conference, the Internet Marketing Conference, and the vendor-specific conferences hosted by Omniture, WebTrends, CoreMetrics, and Unica are all well worth the cost of attendance.

Social Media Web Analytics Social
- Lots of conversations occur about new job opportunities on LinkedIn and Facebook.  In addition, commenting on blogs and/or starting your own are a great way to get your name out there and to start networking with contributing members of the analytics industry.