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Marketing Dashboard Example - Website Analytics Dashboard

What is Web Analytics Dashboard?

A website analytics dashboard is a visual report used to display and track web performance metrics like website traffic, bounce rate, conversion rate, and session duration. Website analytics dashboards and reports can be built-in tools such as Google Analytics or Adobe Analytics. Marketers also use analytics and business intelligence tools to combine website analytics with other marketing metrics and KPIs.

What should a website analytics report include?

A website analytics report should include metrics such as a number of visitors, bounce rate, session duration, average time on page, and website conversions. These metrics are the foundation of your reporting, but you should also include dimensions such as traffic channels, what device(s) visitors are using, and new vs returning visitors to provide context for deeper analysis.

Top website metrics to include in an analytics report

  1. Web users
  2. Sessions
  3. Goal conversions
  4. Session duration
  5. Bounce rate
  6. Engagement rate
  7. Page views
  8. Traffic by source
  9. Traffic by device

Visualizations to include in a website analytics report

Putting a website analytics report together requires some planning and dashboard design. To help give you some inspiration, here are 3 visualizations you could use on your dashboard.

Website Analytics Sessions Metric

Website Sessions

Sessions track the number of times your website is visited. This metric is important because it shows how many times your website is visited in total. Individual users may visit your site multiple times, which is a good indicator that your website is engaging and connecting with your audience.

Website Analytics Page Views Metric

Page Views

Page Views is the number of times that your web pages are viewed by users. A single user may view multiple pages throughout the course of a session. This metric is important because if people only view the first page they land on, it's clear your website isn't sticky or engaging.

Website Analytics Completions Metric

Goal Completions

Goals are completed activities that have been defined in Google Analytics to represent a 'conversion' event. Typically, you will use goals in Google Analytics to track events like form completions, video engagements, or trial sign-ups. A high goal completion rate is a good sign that your website is engaging your audience.

Why build a web analytics dashboard?

A web analytics dashboard allows your entire team to monitor your website performance in real time. Additionally, a web analytics dashboard makes key metrics accessible to team members who are unfamiliar with marketing tools like Google Analytics. A web analytics dashboard shares website insights in a concise, simple way.

How to create a website analytics dashboard in PowerMetrics

If you're looking to integrate your website metrics with marketing metrics from services like HubSpot, Salesforce, or Facebook Ads, you will want to build your own custom dashboard using an analytics tool like PowerMetrics.

Here's how to create a website analytics dashboard in PowerMetrics:

  1. Identify the web metrics you want to track
  2. Identify where that data is stored, such as Google Analytics
  3. Start by selecting Instant Metrics such as Page Views Per Session
  4. Create custom metrics by exporting a Google Analytics data
  5. Combine with other marketing metrics to track data such as lead conversion rate
  6. Distribute and share with your team, such as sharing as a PDF

For more examples of marketing dashboards, check the list below.


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