Once upon a time, Digital Analytics 101 was an educational agency designed to teach marketers and small to medium business owners how to measure the performance of their digital marketing. We offered live classes (usually hosted through local businesses like churches), online classes, presentations in a variety of industries (construction, digital analytics, thought leadership, church leadership, and local college and university guest lectures).
We blogged and published articles for print magazines and websites like Yahoo! Small Business, Web Analytics World, and American Express OPEN.
It started as a side project; a way for our experts to share what they knew with the larger community, a community that at the time was very hungry for knowledge.
The business closed in 2015, but it seemed like a shame not to park the content somewhere for anyone to use. So look around, if you like it, steal it. If you get paid to present it somewhere, at least let us know and give us some credit.
FAIR WARNING: because the internet changes faster than a teenager picking out clothes for a first date, some of the screenshots of interfaces are probably outdated. The strategy behind the course is still intact, but the way you access that information may have changed.