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Google Analytics 4:

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Google Analytics 4 is now the preferred version of GA for all users.

In 2020, Google released its next generation of Google Analytics: GA4. Google has also recently announced that as of July 1, 2023, the older version, Universal Analytics, will stop processing new hits.

Let that sink in for a minute…If your business is not fully using GA4 well before that date, you will lose the ability to analyze your website data.
Over the next 14 months, every business on the planet will need to move over to Google Analytics 4. If you have a website and run a business online, then this is a significant and fundamental change you will need to make as soon as possible.

The sooner you set up GA4 and start gathering data, the better, as this will make the transition a lot easier – and you can learn about GA4 while still using GA3 to run your business.

The Google Analytics 4 Implementation Kit Includes:

  • Google Analytics 4 Implementation Planner – A 91-page step-by-step guide including the latest (as of May 5) screenshots covering:

    Step 1: Understand the Key Differences with GA4
    Step 2: Setting Up and Installing GA4 on Your Website
    Step 3: Finding Your Way Around the Settings in GA4
    Step 4: Understanding the New Reports in GA4
    Step 5: Getting a Grip on Events and Conversions
    Step 6: Integration with Google Ads

  • Google Analytics 4 Implementation Cheat Sheet – A quick reference summary of the key points in the guide

  • Implementation Tool (An Excel Spreadsheet Checklist) – A step-by-step tool to ensure you complete all the steps correctly and quickly

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Why has Google made this change?

Well, as you may be aware, all the major platforms, such as Google and Facebook, make huge amounts of money by connecting businesses with consumers through digital advertising. Until recently, these platforms have used any means they could to grow their revenue, including using personal data and invading personal privacy.

Consumers now see these data collection practices as unethical, and some practices are even illegal. This has caused a trend toward tighter regulation of the use of personal data with the introduction of legislation, including the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) in Europe, the CCPA (California Consumer Privacy Act in the U.S, and the changes Apple made to iOS 14.4 preventing tracking users across third-party apps.

Google is looking for ways to ensure its products and services are more privacy-focused, and the current version of GA has limitations in this area. Hence, Google has decided to retire GA3 and introduce GA4, which is privacy driven.

GA4 incorporates Machine Learning, which will be better for predicting future customer behavior. GA4 will also give you more customer-focused metrics to help you manage customer lifecycles. Other features include personalization of Google Ads and less reliance on Cookies. (No more annoying cookie consent popups!)

GA4 has been designed to make the user experience and transition as easy as possible. And, if you switch to GA4 sooner rather than leaving it to the last minute, you’ll reap the benefits of more predictive data and reporting, which will give you better insights into your online business.

If you have invested time and energy in learning Google Analytics 3, you might feel that you don’t want the hassle of going through the learning curve with GA4 – That’s understandable.

That is why we’ve put together a handy Implementation Kit, to quickly guide you through the transition so you can be ready to leverage the benefits of GA4 ahead of your competitors.

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