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Understanding user-Web interactions via Web analytics

by Bernard J. Jansen

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Published by Morgan & Claypool Publishers in San Rafael, Calif. (1537 Fourth Street, San Rafael, CA 94901 USA) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Internet users,
  • Statistics,
  • Web usage mining,
  • Data processing,
  • Webometrics

  • About the Edition

    This lecture presents an overview of the Web analytics process, with a focus on providing insight and actionable outcomes from collecting and analyzing Internet data. The lecture first provides an overview of Web analytics, providing in essence, a condensed version of the entire lecture. The lecture then outlines the theoretical and methodological foundations of Web analytics in order to make obvious the strengths and shortcomings of Web analytics as an approach. These foundational elements include the psychological basis in behaviorism and methodological underpinning of trace data as an empirical method. These foundational elements are illuminated further through a brief history of Web analytics from the original transaction log studies in the 1960s through the information science investigations of library systems to the focus on Websites, systems, and applications. Following a discussion of on-going interaction data within the clickstream created using log files and page tagging for analytics of Website and search logs, the lecture then presents a Web analytic process to convert these basic data to meaningful key performance indicators in order to measure likely converts that are tailored to the organizational goals or potential opportunities. Supplementary data collection techniques are addressed, including surveys and laboratory studies. The overall goal of this lecture is to provide implementable information and a methodology for understanding Web analytics in order to improve Web systems, increase customer satisfaction, and target revenue through effective analysis of user-Website interactions.

    Edition Notes

    Other titlesSynthesis digital library of engineering and computer science.
    StatementBernard J. (Jim) Jansen
    SeriesSynthesis lectures on information concepts, retrieval, and services -- # 6
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZA4235 .J258 2009
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] /
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27093449M
    ISBN 109781598298529, 9781598298512

    Jim has or so authored research publications. He is co-author of the book, Web Search: Public Searching of the Web, co-editor of Handbook of Research on Weblog Analysis, author of Understanding User - Web Interactions Via Web Analytics, and author of Understanding Sponsored Search: A Coverage of the Core Elements of Keyword Advertising.   Google Analytics is Just the Start. The success of a website begins with Google Analytics, but it doesn’t end there. Fortunately, there are an abundance of tools available today that go beyond Google Analytics by tracking people’s website interactions and explaining why users behave a certain way.

      Web analytics, clickstream data, online consumer behavior - Business/Marketing bibliographies - in Harvard style.   Practical Web Analytics for User Experience teaches you how to use web analytics to help answer the complicated questions facing UX this book, you'll find a quantitative approach for measuring a website's effectiveness and the methods for posing and answering specific questions about how users navigate a : Elsevier Science.

    Many analytics tools recommend you paste the JavaScript into the header, but using the footer instead can be beneficial for page speed. Although convenient for the web developer, this can increase page loading speeds, particularly for visitors with slow Internet connections. 6 Web Analytics Tools You Should Consider Using Google Analytics. Web analytics is the measurement, collection, analysis and reporting of web data for purposes of understanding and optimizing web usage. However, Web analytics is not just a process for measuring web traffic but can be used as a tool for business and market research, and to assess and improve the effectiveness of a website. Web analytics applications can also help .


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