Digital, Data, Marketing and Analytics are hot fields in today’s economy. Look at the amazing growth of companies like Facebook, Amazon, Google etc. Every company is spending money online, website, search advertising, social media advertising, emails etc. Digital Analysts is the one who collects and analyzes all the user and marketing data to help organization become better at customer experience and marketing. This is one of the hottest field and is know by various names such Web Analytics, Digital Analytics, Digital Marketing Analytics, Social Media Analytics, Email Analytics, Campaign Analytics etc.I have taken many fresh graduates and people from other fields and have turned them into high performing Digital Analyst. If you are ready to explore a new and hot career option then you should take this course to understand what options you have, what education, skills and experience is required to become and grow as a digital analyst.
This course has also been recommended by Digital Analytics Associations Chairman and Executive Director to anybody who wants to enter the field of Digital Analytics.
Note: This course does not teach you how to become a Web Analyst or a Digital Analyst. This course is an intro to this career field, so you can decide if this is the field you want to get into.
Why you should learn from me?
I have been in Digital Marketing and Analytics for over 15 years. I have trained people from diverse backgrounds and have converted them into high performing Digital Marketers and Analysts. I understand both the technology and marketing side of business. I have dealt with many analytics technologies way before Google Tag manager existed and know the inner working of Digital Analytics.
Who is the target audience?
- Anyone who wants to explore a career in Digital Analytics
- Fresh garduates from almost any field
- Web Developers who deal with Web Analytics
- Should be able to use computer
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