Google Analytics

Common Reporting Pitfalls in Google Analytics

December 21, 2015

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You’ve implemented Google Analytics across your website and have lots of great data coming in. Now what? It’s important to be able to turn that data into useful insights for your organization. This involves key skills like knowing how to ask the right questions and understanding what your data means. In this post, I’ll describe […]

It’s Your Google Analytics Data, (Custom) Report What You Want

December 14, 2015

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Standard reports in Google Analytics provide extensive amounts of data. By exploring these interactive reports and leveraging their endless combinations of dimensions and metrics, you can gain valuable insight into your audience and its behaviors, your website performance and conversion/ecommerce processes. But maybe you’ve spent more time than you’d like to admit filtering, segmenting and […]

Basic Google Analytics Filters for Every Site

December 10, 2015

In Google Analytics, Filters are used by Views to segment the data into smaller groups. Filters can be used to include only specific subset of traffic, exclude unwanted data, or to search and replace certain pieces of information. Creating New Filters Filters can be created at either the Account or the View level. It is […]

How To Implement Google Analytics Using AMP

December 8, 2015

For those of you who haven’t heard, on October 7th, Google announced the Accelerated Mobile Pages Project, supported by the likes of The Guardian and The New York Times, amongst many more. The project aims to provide a standardized, efficient framework for designing and delivering mobile versions of site content. It’s aimed squarely at cutting […]

The Value of Google Analytics Data Driven Attribution

December 3, 2015

Google Analytics provides several ways for you to track attribution, or help to assign credit for your conversions and purchases to the different channels that helped contribute. You’ve probably heard of the most popular attribution models, like “First Click” or “Last Click.” These are fairly simple to grasp, as we give full credit of the […]

The Data Integrity Manifesto

December 2, 2015

Today, we take a stand for lost data. Today, we take a stand for those shadow metrics forever lost due to sloppy and poor execution. How many times must we make the same mistakes? This has gone on far too long. Countless revenue streams are being mismanaged due to ignorance and shortsightedness. Like a leaky […]

Tracking Complex Interactions in Iframes Embedded Server-side – Google Analytics & Iframes, Pt 4

November 24, 2015

PART ONEPART TWOPART THREEPART FOUR Welcome to part four of our incredibly poorly named two-part series on tracking user behavior within iframes. In Part One, we discussed how to track simple user interactions within cross-domain iframes by using the postMessage API. In Part Two, we discussed tracking complex interactions when the iframe in question is […]

Tracking Offline Purchases with Enhanced Ecommerce and Google Forms

November 19, 2015

If you’re an online retailer, you know the importance of measuring online marketing and advertising efforts and how valuable this data can be for decision making. With Google Analytics’ Enhanced Ecommerce tracking, you can get insight into your online sales and how products and promotions are performing. But what if your customers are making their […]

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