Free Google Analytics Training for Charities

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Free Google Analytics Training for CharitiesAs a new year begins it’s a time when a lot of people take stock of their website activity. Do you know how your charity website has performed in 2015? Do you know which pages have been popular and which have been gathering dust? Is your marketing spend giving you good return on investment? Maybe you have some ideas but would like to find out more about how people are using your site and how it could be improved? I’m offering a Google Analytics training session which is free to anyone who works for a charity.

Google Analytics training can cost you from £300 to £600 per person for a day-long workshop. In most cases this also means being trained with several other people from a range of companies, who may have completely different requirements to you.

For this charity training session I’m offering a limited number of free places for a day-long workshop that will focus specifically on analytics for charities. The training will take place in central Brighton during January or February and will cover everything you need to know to get the most from your analytics.

Once I have enough people interested we can discuss your requirements and current level of Google Analytics knowledge to ensure that everyone gets the most out of the training.


There is no catch! After starting my freelance training last year I have successfully trained many people in Google Analytics. As the start of the year is a quiet time for me I’ve decided to help charities by giving up some of my time to provide this training session. The day will be completely free of charge and I aim to help to demystify Goggle Analytics for anyone who attends.

If you want to brush up on your Google Analytics skills for the New Year then express an interest today and secure your place on this free training day.

Places will be limited and will be allocated on a ‘first come, first served’ basis.

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