You might be wondering how to use GA4 without messing up your own data and analytics account. If you haven’t set up and used GA4 before, how can you access data and GA4 to explore GA4’s new features?
In this article, we’ll be looking at Getting Started with Google Analytics 4 for beginners. If you’re new to GA4 then you are in the right place to get started.
Do you work in Marketing and want to know how you can use Google Analytics 4 to improve your marketing? Did you know that Universal Analytics is shutting down? As of the 1st of July 2023, Universal Analytics will stop collecting data.
Did you know there is a treasure trove of data in your Google Search Console? This data can help you double your traffic to your website. But before we dive into that. Let’s take a step back and look at what Google Search Console is, how it works and check that you have it installed.
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Do you know what issues your website has, do you know what’s holding your SEO efforts back and possibly alienating your visitors. Is your website hating on search engines and not even knowing it. You could be losing money, leads and much more from not doing a website audit.
Do you ever hear or say ‘we do SEO but don’t really check Google Analytics’ or ‘we do SEO but don’t know where to look in Google Analytics’. Then you are in the right place… Keep reading and you will never ask these questions again.
If you missed the webinar, fear not you can watch it back.
Recently I hosted ‘Uncover ‘not provided’ Data & Translate It Into Actionable Website Optimization’ with the awesome Clayton Wood and Gaetano DiNardi. It was an absolute blast so check it out if you haven’t had a chance.
This is a question we’ve heard a number of times. Scratching heads and pacing around, trying to figure out why there has been an anomaly. A drop in traffic?
The first thing we always discuss to clients is do you have your Google Analytics code on all necessary pages? In most cases you might not be sure.