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Custom Dimensions in Google Analytics.

Custom Dimensions in Google Analytics.

February 22, 2020

Google Analytics provides us with a large number of useful dimensions that help us understand what is happening on the website. But to make full use of GA opportunities, you should definitely use custom dimensions. Only custom dimensions will allow you to get a lot of data that are not tracked automatically, e.g., you can export some information from your CRM or add some domain-specific dimensions. Continue reading

Campaign Timeout: A Google Analytics Setting That Matters.

Campaign Timeout: A Google Analytics Setting That Matters.

August 16, 2019

Usually, Google Analytics implementation includes a few steps such as testing the tag, configuring the settings in the Admin panel and setting up all necessary permissions and integrations. It can be quite easy – especially if you are new to GA – to miss something important Continue reading

Pulling out the next page visited by new users in Google BigQuery

Pulling out the next page visited by new users in Google BigQuery.

June 28, 2019

Suppose that you have a particular landing page on your website, and you want to understand how it works for new users: how often they abandon the site after visiting this page or, for those who continue, which pages they visit afterwards. You could try to find these data in Google Analytics – it appears that the Navigation Summary report was invented for exactly this purpose and, to some extent, this is true. Continue reading

Custom Event GTM

Full Referrer Dimension: Measuring Assisted Revenue.

June 03, 2019

Let’s imagine that someone has posted a few articles that lead to your website, and you are able to find the data about this traffic source under the /referral section (because the links posted are https, luckily). Continue reading

Custom Event GTM

Calculating Audience Intersection in Google BigQuery.

February 24, 2019

Let’s imagine that we need to analyze the number of users who have visited two particular webpages during the last year. We want to know how many of them have visited Page A, how many Page B and how many have visited both pages during the period. Continue reading

Custom Event GTM

Top Conversion Paths in Google Analytics and BigQuery.

February 5, 2019

Understanding top conversion paths can be a crucial part of the customer journey analysis and an important step towards better understanding of how marketing channels cooperate. It is particularly useful to know the top paths to conversion when planning marketing and advertising budgets. Continue reading

Custom Event GTM

Custom Event Trigger in Google Tag Manager: Two Different Ways to Use it in One Example.

January 24, 2019

Today, we will talk about the custom event trigger using one of our case studies, in which we used Google Tag Manager custom event to track a user’s interaction with a simple promo game on one of our landing pages. Continue reading

Assisted conversions

Going Beyond the Limits of the Assisted Conversions Report with BigQuery Hit-level Data.

January 19, 2019

Assisted conversions can be a rather valuable metric in a number of cases when there is a need to determine whether a piece of content or an online marketing campaign has contributed to a long-term conversion path. However, an assisted conversions report has a number of limitations. Continue reading

Assisted conversions

Multi-Channel Funnels And Acquisition Reports: Difference in Conversion Data.

January 9, 2019

In our work we quite often use various Google Analytics reports to evaluate the channels and the campaign’s performance. While most of the standard reports are a perfect place to superficially check the metrics and get some basic information, multi-channel funnels reports are used when there is a need for a little more sophisticated analysis. Continue reading