At Quru I am working with web analytics and search engine optimization. My main goal is to help our clients to increase the user engagement and conversions on their websites and mobile apps by site and keyword analyses, content optimization and business strategy consulting.
I’m passionate about finding the right goals and objectives for our clients’ digital presence and using actionable data to reach those goals. I enjoy sharing knowledge of analytics and optimization.
My main tools are Google Analytics, Google Tag Manager, AWR Cloud and Screaming Frog. I have a strong love-hate relationship with MS Excel.
10 years’ finance & cash management experience
4 years’ analytics experience
Excellent feedback on workshops and training sessions.
Google Analytics Individual Qualification (GAIQ)
Mirkka Tajakka capabilities
Finding areas of improvement using analytics is vital to informing our A/B testing strategy. The idea is that your benchmark “A” version of the user experience is the “unoptimised” version of the experience, whereas the “B” version is the new experience we hope will work better. If it does work better, we keep it. If it doesn’t, we design new tests until we get it right and you start seeing successful results.
In depth analysis of data, digging deep and investigating why things happen like they do is the most enjoyable part of any analysts work in Quru.
We look at different types of users that come to your website – new visitors versus repeat visitors, customers versus prospects, men versus women, tech versus tech, visits that read your content versus visitors that don’t. We do this to understand the user journey and the way different traffic sources contribute to the visitor experience and usage.
No-one wants to do campaigns that aren’t effective. You can’t manage what you can’t measure. Google Analytics is a tool that allows us to understand how efficient your website and digital marketing campaigns are at providing value to your customers rather than spamming them. Quru are the first company in Finland to hold GACP certification and be an Analytics 360 reseller.
Google Data Studio turns your data into informative dashboards and reports that are easy to read, easy to share, and fully customisable. Dashboarding allows you to tell great data stories to support better business decisions. Quru are certified by Google with Data Studio.
Whether it’s a custom-tailored message at checkout or a completely revamped homepage, Google Optimize shows you which site experiences engage and delight your customers and gives you the solutions you need to optimize your website and improve its performance. Quru are certified by Google with Optimize.
Tag management used to be done in HTML code. However marketers want tag management that’s simple, reliable, and integrates easily with existing systems without having to involve IT. That’s what Google Tag Manager delivers. You’ll launch programs faster, so you can make swifter decisions. Quru are certified as Tag Manager experts by Google.
Keyword research is the process of determining what keywords are used in search engines by your potential customers. The objective of keyword research is to generate a large number of terms that are highly relevant to the keyword that is linked with your product or service. We use Keyword research for search engine marketing (and optimisation) services.
The Screaming Frog SEO Spider is a website crawler, that allows you to crawl websites’ URLs and fetch key onsite elements to analyse onsite SEO. Some of the things we use it for are; Finding broken links, analysing web page meta titles and data, finding duplicate content, view pages on your site that might be blocked to search engines and generate XML sitemaps. If this all sounds way too technical for you, please get in touch!
A big challenge that enterprises and content marketers face is writing content that’s optimised for search engines, yet will also appeal to people. Quru can put an SEO slant on the work that your content markers do. So we won't re-write your content, we'll just make it more attractive to a search engine robot and a human reader.
Developing a website's structure so that the search engine robots can interpret content correctly often means the difference between being found on search engines and not being found. If you for instance you require people login before they see your content and you don't provide a structure for a robot to do without logging in (as they can't) then the robot won't be able to interpret or index what you have on your site. This is one simple example but there are many structural issues that can greatly impact SEO.