myASQ Event # site hits measuring and monitoring

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myASQ Event # site hits measuring and monitoring

Posted by Thomas Reed on Nov 8, 2019 4:48 pm

I am the responsible Geographic Unit section 0505 Member Leader and section committee volunteer who posts public ASQ Philadelphia live-ONLINE certification exam prep evening course offerings on the myASQ Event site, per our Unit member-value annual budget plans.   I need help gaining ability to see graphically # site hits (cummulatively) daily over weeks and months from Date X to Date Y, on occasion, for specific postings.
For example:  https://my.asq.org/events/item/60/1309  The purpose is to look for a cause-effect PROS and CONS when creating an 'interesting topic' thread on popular mainstream social media and pointing to the related myASQ Event page offering.
I have this ability to run metrics reports on screen with Eventbrite and it is a wonderful thing. I don't know where to turn for help my Region Component Relations has not been connected to folks that could contact and help me with myASQ Event # site hits measuring and monitoring. Ideas?

Re: myASQ Event # site hits measuring and monitoring

Posted by Steven Idzikowski on Nov 11, 2019 9:00 am

Hi Thomas Reed‍, I just sent you an e-mail response.

At this time, we are unable to provide login information for member units to use hotjar or google analytics.

However, we can run the analytics reports and provide them to you.  Is there specific information you are looking for in the reports?

 

Re: myASQ Event # site hits measuring and monitoring

Posted by Thomas Reed on Nov 11, 2019 11:53 am

Thank you. I have replied to the email, with the specific information helpful immediately would be 2 different events, a trend report with dates on X axis and accumulative #site hits on Y axis, anchored to 10/15/2019 but  run on five different dates 11/15 12/01 12/15 1231 and finally 1/15/2020. the illustration I provided in email show the type of special cause affect of an advertising event I am looking, for in addition to the total # page views for the duration that can serve as a baseline from improving how we advertise differently to improvement the # page hits in the future.