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Website Analytics Audit: Overview
Website Analytics Audit: Overview
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Introduction

Many sales professionals and business owners are faced with the problem of constantly getting stuck completing tedious tasks that take up valuable time when they know they could be using that time to close more deals. One of these tasks is the process of researching and auditing potential prospects' websites to determine if they are a good fit for the product or service being offered.

In today's fast-paced business world, time is a valuable commodity. As a sales professional or business owner, you want to spend your time effectively, closing deals and growing your business. However, manual tasks such as conducting website analytics audits can be time-consuming and take away from your core tasks.

What is the Website Analytics Audit feature?

The Website Analytics Audit is a process of analyzing a prospect's website to determine if it has the necessary tools and indicators that match your product or service. This includes checking for the presence of Google Tag Manager, Google Analytics, and Facebook Pixel, as well as the platform the website is built on.

By conducting a website analytics audit, you can gain valuable insights into your potential client's online presence and determine if they are a good fit for your product or service.

How can the Website Analytics Audit help me?

The Website Analytics Audit is a powerful tool that can save you time and energy. It automates the process of conducting website analytics audits, allowing you to focus on closing deals and growing your business. With just a few clicks and running a search, you can see which traffic analytic tools are on your potential client's website, including all the key indicators you need to make an informed decision about their fit for your product or service.

How do I use the Website Analytics Audit?

Using the Website Analytics Audit is simple and easy. All you need to do is look for the icons just above the URL of your potential client after a search has been conducted to see if they have Google Tag Manager, Google Analytics, or Facebook Pixel installed.

Researching a prospect's website is an essential part of any sales process and can take up a lot of valuable time. With the Website Analytics Audit, you can automate this task and save time and energy for more important tasks. Happy searching!

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