Salt Lake City, Utah (PRWEB) June 12, 2012
The patent pending health indicator is based on aggregating website tracking data collected directly from a health metric system, through third parties and various other data and behavioral statistical reporting services. This collected data may be, when necessary, normalized and validated for analysis. The resulting data is then combined and analyzed to produce one or more health indicators of the viability, performance and effectiveness of the internet site as it relates to past performance, related industries, and adjacent industries of the analyzed website.
Daniel Urmann has also stated that an automated or manual triage assessment of the Internet site will indicate specific areas that can be improved or are within determined operating parameters. The automated triage system will additionally notify users when the operating parameters are outside of specified values with necessary actions or direct them to assistance when a clear path is not evident. The operating parameters that will be evaluated can be established based on any data that the system is able to track and collect and the data can be checked as to whether or not it is within the established operating parameters either in real time or at set intervals depending on how often the data is received and updated by the system. For example, unique traffic, conversion rates and bounce rates are all components that the system can gather data for and track. The operating parameters which are acceptable, and therefore do not trigger an alert, are either set manually by the user or set automatically by the system. If done automatically, the system will look at several factors when determining acceptable operating parameters. Namely, the system will evaluate the users past performance and gauge what typical standard deviations for the user have looked like historically in which case the acceptable parameter will fall within the user’s normal and historical standard deviations. Additionally, the system can also set parameters based on competitors’ typical standard deviations and an aggregated expected performance range similar to benchmarking.
For example, if competitors and similar websites have a conversion rate range of .25% plus or minus .02%, the system can establish this as an acceptable range for a normal operating parameter, and alerts will only be sent out when the user’s website’s conversion rate falls outside this range. If these parameters are set manually by the user, then the user can specify any specific range they want as an acceptable operating parameter and notification will only be sent when their website’s data falls outside this range. The system will offer numerous methods for notifying users of when the operating parameters are outside of specified values. These methods will include but are not limited to the following: email, text, phone, news feeds, embedded modules or any other network enabled delivery mechanism. The messages will be composed of texts, graphics, voice, pdf, html, portable document format or any other digital delivery format. Users can optionally select which method they prefer to be notified in.
Dan Urmann also states that the notification/alert will include which metric the user’s data has triggered and offer guidance to the user as to the significance of that metric, common problems associated with that metric, common solutions to improving that metric, as well a detailed troubleshooting guide that assists the user in determining what triggered the metric to fall outside the operating parameter. Additionally, the notification will include a method for the user to contact the system administrator if they need further help to identify, evaluate, and/or fix the problem that has caused the metric to be outside the determined operating parameter. A method of allowing the user to communicate with the system administrator will be included with the alert/notification and can be in the form of a telephone number, form, live chat, email address, or any other means of communication.
To learn more about this new patent pending technology please visit http://www.darwin360.com or contact Daniel Urmann directly at 1-800-591-1960.