I am now using Quill Engage, a free service that sends me detailed reports on the statistics I need to know about my website. I am not sure when was the last time I logged in to Google Analytics. I just don’t need to do it anymore.
I have been using Google Analytics for a long time. I started writing about my experience by sharing articles like; how to find Google Analytics bounce rate, and then the last article I wrote, the only two Google Analytics stats you need. I’ve been writing about why I don’t spend much time analyzing my statistics anymore. In a few sentences, it’s because I believe in – Think Less. Act More.
I spend my time writing.
Quill Engage and their amazing reports
The reports I receive every week from Quill Engage are short and detailed. They are exactly what I need. I read the report in just a few minutes, and after reading it, I understand exactly how I’ve been doing lately. It’s not just about the past week, but it compares statistics with the past year as well.
The design is beautiful. It starts out with large numbers, either green if you’ve been doing better, or red if not. All the advice I receive are actionable, that means it’s something I can do something about, almost immediately. It’s easy to understand, and so far, I’ve always understood not just what I should be doing, but also why. Quill Engage is a great resource, and it’s completely free.
The report I receive from Quill Engage have links to the numbers, the actionable advice, and the links are direct linking into my Google Analytics account. That means it’s easy to dig deeper into the analytics and discover even more, if that’s something I’d like to do.
Is Quill Engage everything I need?
I’ve been asking myself this question ever since I received my first report. And, at the moment, the answer is yes. But, I guess it depends on how many details I’m looking for and if I’m doing a campaign, or working for a client. I’m sure it would be enough stats and details for clients as well, but at the moment, the report from Quill Engage is not translated into Norwegian, so I guess I’d have to do the translation before sending it to clients.
This is how the Quill Engage Report looks like
Thank you Brian Hawkins from Hot Blog Tips. He told me about Quill Engage and now he was kind enough to share the image from one of his reports. This is how it looks.