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Google Analytics Webinar (APAC): Getting started with Multi-Channel Funnels

Tuesday, October 25, 2011 | 2:42 PM

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A few weeks ago we launched Multi-Channel Funnels, a powerful tool to help you understand all the online interactions that lead your users to conversion. With five insightful reports, you can now measure the full conversion path, from first interaction to last click. More important, Multi-Channel Funnels provides actionable analysis about how your marketing channels work together, and answers key questions such as:

  • How much time does the average user take between first interaction and conversion?
  • How many interactions does it take to convert?
  • Which of my marketing channels are “assisting” conversions and which are “closers”?

To help you get the most out of this tool, we’ve scheduled a webinar to walk through the new reports and go over common uses with Bill Kee, the Product Manager for Multi-Channel Funnels.

Title: Getting started with Multi-Channel Funnels
Date: Wednesday November 2, 2011
Time: 8am Thailand/Indonesia, 9am Singapore/Malaysia/Philippines/China, 10am Japan, 12pm Sydney/Melbourne, 2pm New Zealand
Register for the webinar

Have questions about Multi-Channel Funnels? Send them to us ahead of the webinar so we can make sure to answer them. You can also vote for the questions you want to see answered most. You can submit your questions on our Google Moderator page.

If you can't attend the webinar, please check the Google Analytics YouTube Channel for a recording about a week after the live event. You can also read more from the initial announcement of Multi-Channel Funnels and watch a video about the tool.

We hope that you will be able to participate!

2 comments:

Daniel Mullins said...

is there a European version of this Webinar also?? Thanks

vinoaj said...

@Daniel - yes, there was a European version of this webinar held a couple of weeks ago. You can view a recording of it on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bdHRClTrEXk