We are so pleased to learn that the Click.Click.Done. Developing Your Google Analytics Skills session was a hit with attendees at the 2016 Arts Midwest conference and produced a 95.8 percent overall satisfaction rating!
The session was developed by Arts Hacker Editor-in-Chief Drew McManus along with contributors Ceci Dadisman and Marc van Bree and designed to be a very hands-on type of experience where attendees put lessons into motion in real time.
The session was a bit different than the typical conference session in that it was 4.5 hours long, an almost luxurious amount of time to spend with attendees in a very classroom like environment. Consequently, receiving such positive feedback for something with this much depth is enormously gratifying and we would like to thank everyone who attended the session for providing so much input in their survey.
We also want to extend our gratitude to Arts Midwest Program Manager Brian Halaas and all of his colleagues who made our work easier and constantly made sure we had everything we needed on the day of the session.
Please rate the quality of the following:
How well did the content of the session match the description in the Program Book?
Please rate the success of the session in regard to the following:
I really liked this session. Great speaking professionals. Maybe a tiny bit too long – otherwise really great!
Great session – maybe could have more high level info – then drill down. Please have them back.
Please have Click. Click. Done. trio back!
In addition to structuring the session to function as a type of live ArtsHacker skills building event, we used the opportunity to expand on a tool we developed the previous year in the form of a dedicated microsite.
For this session, the companion site was designed to provide supporting content that is relevant to the skills they were developing by focusing more on analytics concepts rather than much of the how-to content we covered in the session. We’re pleased to offer it free of charge to all ArtsHacker readers!
It is enormously gratifying to see that the ideals which guide content here at ArtsHacker, “forget the conceptual stuff, people just need to get stuff done,” continues to serve as a solid foundation for designing a session that turned out to be such a hit with the Arts Midwest attendees.
We’re looking forward to taking all of the great feedback and incorporating that into a future session. To that end, which conferences would you like to see us at next?
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