MergedAnalytics – Your biggest B2B no Brainer purchase of the year

Your company has great products and services and your marketing team is tasked to let your target market know all about what you have to offer.

You want people to know about how your products and services will help them make more money and/or make their job/lives easier today than it was yesterday just by working with you.

So you decide to build a website to tell your story. You want your website to be actionable and easy for people to contact you for more information or even better…make a purchase.

Now that you have your website you need people to be aware your company exists and are able to find your site.

You implement marketing strategies that have a multi-pronged approach that in theory will drive people from many different mediums to your website.

You develop ….

–         Press Releases

–         Blog posts

–         Promotional landing pages

–         Posts on Social Media sites

–         Email Marketing

You’ve spent a lot of time and money on your website and on those marketing strategies intended to drive people to your website,

The good news is….your website is getting many visitors.

But if most of the people who land on your website …

–         Are there anonymously never identifying themselves to you

–         Leave empty-handed

–         Leave without you having any knowledge they were even there in the first place

If all the above is true which statistically speaking happens to ALL websites 98% of the time…..then what’s the point of it all?

There you have it. That is what “MergedAnalytics” does for you for $59 per month.

Here is how it works….

When someone lands on your website…“MergedAnalytics” generates automatic site alerts and sends them to you via email. The site alert reports tell you…

–         Which companies clicked on your website

–         How visitors got there. i.e.….keywords, social media post, Press Release, Signature Block Email Campaigns. Etc.

–         What they were specifically interested in while on your site

–         Which Marketing strategies are working best

Additionally “MergedAnalytics” users have access to other features like…

–         Macro Reporting Portal to see the various macro visitor trends as they pertain to your website.

–         Branded URL Shortener (like –  MergedAnalytics comes with your own branded URL Shortener to further enhance our ability to uncover the companies your website visitors are from. Great for social media postings and any landing pages.

I encourage any small to medium sized company that has a website and that sells products and/or services to other companies to try MergedAnalytics.

You will uncover…

–         new prospects that were not on your target list

–         behavior of prospects that were targeted

–         if your marketing strategies are working as expected

–         what videos, pdfs and other links were launched and by which company

–         behavior of existing customers on your site

–         behavior of your competitors on your site

–         behavior of your business partners

–         macro trends in how people are finding your site

All of that for $59 per month.

“MergedAnalytics” is the biggest NO BRAINER for your company that you will ever come across.

If you close just ONE deal because of “MergedAnalytics”….you pay for the year and then some.

Try a full version with no obligation to move forward to see how awesome “MergedAnalytics” really is.

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MergedAnalytics- A tale of two Site Alerts

Information = Power

Knowing as much information as possible about the people at companies who click on your website is the secret sauce for success.

“MergedAnalytics” comes with  (at no extra charge) a SHORT URL tool called “”.  

It works just like other url shortening tools like or …only “” comes with “MergedAnalytics” tracking inherently built in to it.

When you use “” ….You enable the tracking   “MergedAnalytics” provides to be even more precise and powerful.

“” is great for ….

  • any landing pages like Press Releases , special promotions etc.
  • signature blocks –  if someone landed on your site page via clicking on your signature block
  • videos –  You can see if Videos were watched on your site
  • pdf’s –  You can see if people launched pdf’s on your site
  • more…

Why should be so important to you?

The following is a  Tale of Two “MergedAnalytics” Site Alerts for the Exact SAME destination  webpage

Let me explain a real world example to help you quickly understand the power of “”

Today…I received TWO MergedAnalyticsl Site Alerts from TWO  of my postings on Facebook from yesterday.

I posted on Facebook yesterday Twice and received TWO “MergedAnalytics” Site Alerts ….one from each posting.

For the first FB posting….I did NOT use for the link I provided.

The first “MergedAnalytics” Site Alert  I received was from someone who clicked on that  normal link that I pasted into the FB post.

I indeed got a “MergedAnalyticsl” Site Alert from that post as you will see directly below….

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Notice that all I can see from the “MergedAnalytics” Site Alert is that someone was on Facebook and clicked on my link.   The above “MergedAnalytics” Site Alert is not very actionable for me.

Because the link I posted had no tracking ….the above site alert looks like someone who works at Facebook clicked on my link.  

BUT ….Now take a look at the “MergedAnalytics ”  Site Alert below with that same exact  Destination Link as the first posting……. only this time I  created the new link using   ””  URL shortening tool.

I  received a “MergedAnalytics” site alert from that second posting only now…I have much more information as you can see in the screenshot below…

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Because I used “”…the tracking information gathered by “MergedAnalytics” was much more helpful  for me in determining which company clicked  on my link they saw on Facebook.

Now I can see …

  • Which Company that person was from who clicked on the link
  • I can see the referrer site –  meaning I know that the person was on Facebook, saw my link and clicked on it
  • I can see the actual page that referred that person to my site as well.
  • Because I used “” to create an easily recognizable the destination link…I can see that the person clicked on that specific link that I had named ahead of time

Additionally…  I created another “” for the same destination link but this time  I made it specific for a LinkedIn posting.

Same destination URL but two unique  “” addresses…the one I had already created for the Facebook post and now an new  one specific for a  Linkedin post.

I wanted to understand where I get more clicks from Facebook or LinkedIn.

To my surprise …I received many more site visits from the Facebook posting then I did from  LinkedIn.

I would have thought  that it be the other way around.  I only know the answer because I used “” .