Remember! Time is running out as the GA4 migration deadline has already passed. It’s the last chance to migrate to Google Analytics 4 to secure your historical data and other essential usage information in the new system before everything is gone forever.
Simple migrations are suitable for websites that only require straightforward event tracking and easily measurable conversions
We understand that integrating and setting up e-commerce tracking in Google Analytics can be a complex process. Even major platforms like Shopify may not offer native GA4 support. However, we will ensure that all e-commerce events are accurately tracked, enabling you to measure sales performance by channel.
For enterprises with a significant web presence spanning multiple web properties, setting up Analytics tracking can be a complex task. We are equipped to assist your enterprise in establishing multiple GA4 properties, custom dimensions, custom event parameters, or any other tracking elements you may need.
We offer the ability to create a tailored dashboard for your team using Google Data Studio, providing you with real-time performance data. This dashboard can consolidate data from various channels, including GA4, Google Ads, Search Console, Facebook/Instagram Ads, Microsoft Ads, BigQuery, and more, allowing for a comprehensive view of your performance across multiple platforms.
If you're curious about the benefits and drawbacks of transitioning to a server-side analytics environment using Google Tag Manager and Analytics, we would be happy to have a conversation with you to provide further insight. This approach can offer advantages such as increased data security and improved website performance, but it may also come with some trade-offs that should be considered. Let's discuss whether a server-side implementation is a right fit for your needs.
If all the required accesses are received on time, we will take 4-5 weeks for the complete migration process
Migrating to GA4 is important to stay up-to-date with the latest features and avoid potential negative consequences. As your GA4 setup assistant, we will guide you through the process, ensuring a seamless transition while preserving your past analytical data.
Google Analytics 4 is the latest version of Google Analytics that’s offering new features and capabilities to help you measure your success more effectively than ever before. GA4 offers improved data collection, new ways to measure conversion, and expanded reporting capabilities that will give you a more complete picture of your website’s performance.
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Here's how to check and create a GA4 property if it's not already set up. To understand if your website has GA4, you can follow these steps:
Log in to your Google Analytics account and check if your website is listed in the GA4 Property column. Alternatively, you can check your website's tracking code. If it starts with "G-," then it's a GA4 property
If you have two Google Analytics accounts, you can follow these steps to manage them:
Identify which account you want to keep as your primary account.
Check if both accounts are using the same tracking code. If they are, you can remove one of the accounts to avoid duplication. If the accounts are using different tracking codes, update your website to use the tracking code from your primary account. Migrate any necessary data or reports from your secondary account to your primary account.
If needed, grant access to your primary account to any users who had access to your secondary account.
By consolidating your analytics into one account, you can simplify tracking and reporting, avoid discrepancies, and streamline your analytics strategy.
Until July 1, 2023, you can continue to use and collect new data in your Universal Analytics properties. After July 1, 2023, you'll be able to access your previously processed data in your Universal Analytics property for at least six months.
Yes, it is indeed mandatory because if you do not shift to GA4 you won't be able to access your previous analytical data in the future. Like it or not, Google Analytics will be migrating to GA4 as default so you'll have to do it eventually.
If you do not create a GA4 before July 2023, you will lose all the historical data of your analysis and it also cannot be imported to GA4 since the data-collecting process is not the same.
It is a multi-step process but the longer you delay it becomes more critical as you start loosing historical data which cannot be restored later
If all the required accesses are received on time, it takes 4-5 weeks for the complete process