Webolytics' System Taxonomies are a powerful tool that allows you to organise and categorise your data in a way that is tailored to your specific needs. You can create any number of taxonomies, and sub-taxonomies, to group your data into meaningful categories. For example, you could create a taxonomy to categorise your vendors by industry, size, or location. You could also create a taxonomy to categorise your campaigns by product, region, or target audience.
Once you have created your taxonomies, you can assign them to vendors, campaigns, forms, and published statuses. This allows you to easily filter and segment your data for analysis. For example, you could filter your data to only show vendors from a specific industry, or campaigns that are targeting a specific region. You could also segment your data by published status to see which forms are performing well and which ones need improvement.
System Taxonomies can be used to improve your analysis in a number of ways. For example, you can use them to
- Identify trends and patterns in your data.
- Segment your data to identify specific areas of improvement.
- Benchmark your performance against your competitors.
- Create custom reports and dashboards.
Overall, System Taxonomies are a powerful tool that can help you to better understand your data and make better business decisions.
Here is an example of how you could use System Taxonomies to analyse your web traffic data:
- Create a taxonomy to categorise your visitors by country, region, and city.
- Assign this taxonomy to your published statuses.
- Filter your data to only show visitors from a specific country.
- Analyse the traffic data to see which pages are most popular in that country.
- Use this information to create targeted marketing campaigns.
You could also use System Taxonomies to segment your visitors by:
- Device type (desktop, mobile, tablet)
- Browser type (Chrome, Firefox, Safari, etc.)
- Referring domain (search engine, social media, etc.)
By segmenting your visitors in this way, you can identify specific areas where you can improve your website's performance. For example, if you see that a lot of visitors from mobile devices are bouncing from your site, you could optimise your site for mobile devices.
System Taxonomies are a powerful tool that can be used to improve your analysis in a number of ways. By taking the time to create and use taxonomies, you can gain a deeper understanding of your data and make better business decisions.
Creating a System Taxonomy
Go to the Admin>System Taxonomies.
On bottom-right of the screen, click the blue button > Add System Taxonomy
There are 5 types of condition that you can choose from:
a. Universal System Taxonomy - Vendors, Campaigns and Forms
b. Vendor Taxonomy - This apply to Vendors only.
c. Campaign Section Taxonomy - This apply to Campaign Sections and Groups only.
d. Form Taxonomy - This apply to Forms only.
e. Published Status Taxonomy - This apply to Published Statuses only.
Fill in the form as appropriate and click ‘Create’. For the purposes of this tutorial, we will be creating a Universal Taxonomy.
Once created, you will see you new Taxonomy in the list on the block.
Setting up Taxonomy values
In order to categorise Vendors, Campaigns, Forms and Published Statuses, values needs to be added to the taxonomy that can be referenced. To go into the Taxonomy Section, click the “View” button to the right of the Taxonomy, or the name of the taxonomy.
To create a new value, click the green ‘+’ icon in the top-right the right of the Taxonomy Values block. Fill in the form as appropriate, and once finished, click ‘Create’.
Repeat the process above until all form values that you want to be used are present.
Setting up a sub-taxonomy
If you need to apply sub-taxonomies to a Value (eg a Bathroom Fitter under “Home Improvements”), this can be done by clicking the green ‘+’ icon to the right of the Taxonomy Value. Fill in the form as appropriate, and click Create
Once created, it will be available for selection inside the Taxonomy Value list. To populate the Sub-Taxonomy, click on it’s name and repeat the steps above to create taxonomy values.