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Web Analytics - Actionable Reporting
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Actionable reporting is the final part of the analytics analysis. When you are done with collecting data, the next step is actionable reporting. Graphics of the data helps to write actionable points. Always try to build graphs that show data trends because visuals depict more information than plain text.
How to Prepare Actionable Report?
Let’s assume we have the following data available for an ecommerce company −
|Budget Spent in $||10K||9K||8K||9k||8K||5K|
Highest revenue generating country is USA, increase the budget for the USA.
India has high potential. If we double the budget, then we can make good revenue (from India).
China is doing well. We can increase the budget for China too.
UK is not up to the mark, so stop spending money there or find new techniques to improve sales.
Canada and Australia need improvement. Try for the next segment. If you find the same data in the next segment, then stop spending money there too.