How much time do you spend managing emails every day? I am sure that number is in 'hours' and not 'minutes.' An average professional receives 121 emails every day. It's certainly very easy to lose control of your inbox when you have to deal with that many. For most of us, reading and responding to emails takes away as much as 28 percent of our workweek. Email constantly poses a threat to take over our lives! At the same time, we struggle to deal with the email OCD - the subconscious need to check your inbox every thirty minutes or so. The stress related to email management is real. But the good thing is - there are plenty of practical and proven ways to help you manage the barrage of emails you receive every day. Let's dive right into the email management tips.
Everyone knows how to check how many sessions you got this week, and most people even know how to see how many conversions you got. But outside of the basics, Google Analytics knowledge tapers off pretty quickly... It takes a lot of time to learn how to become a great analyst, and it takes a lot of time to learn the ins and outs of specific platforms. Google Analytics, while more intuitive than many platforms, is no exception. In addition, there are many features that are powerful but are underrated and underutilized. I talked to dozens of experts to find out what they believe the most underrated features and reports are. Here are the top 12.
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