A few days ago, I received a message on Fiverr.com from someone who was seeking for help in answering a Google Analytics question. Now on my Google Analytics gig, the essential requirement is access to the account to look at the data. This person says I cannot give you access but can send a screenshot. As an entrepreneur, I do not mind giving out some analytics goodwill. It is about building long-term business relationships.
Saturday, while waiting for my truck to be serviced, this person sends a message not with a screenshot but with five technical Google Analytics questions. The questions are not part of my expertise. Based on the context of the questions, they were from a course. Data analysis and reporting are where I am an expert. Granted, with time and Google, the answers can be found. My reply is that the technical subject matter is not part of my expertise. The next message was a screenshot of website data broken out by source and medium with eCommerce transactions asking me to do a Powerpoint presentation.
The next question was, tell me more about the business and the website. The reply was, how fast can the analysis be done in a presentation format. (The person was located in the far east.) I politely told him I do not have the time.
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