Google Analytics 4, you are about to be thrown to death with it Maldives B2B List right now. If you already use Google Analytics, you have probably also seen the message. Regardless of the property you open, you will receive the message ‘Universal Analytics will no longer process new data in standard properties from July 1, 2023. Prepare now Maldives B2B List by setting up and switching to a Google Analytics 4 property.” Now creating a Google Analytics 4 property is Maldives B2B List not the most difficult task. The setting, on the other hand… there is still something to consider.
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With this article I will help you a little further! For those Maldives B2B List who are not fully familiar with the upcoming transition, I will briefly explain what to expect: Google Analytics is the tool to keep track of data from your website or webshop. If you have been using it for some time, your data will most likely be shown within Maldives B2B List Universal Analytics. If you recently creat Analytics, you already have a Google Analytics 4 property. As the notification indicates within Google Analytics, no new data will be collecte from 1 July 2023. Which actually means that from that moment on Maldives B2B List you don’t have much more in terms of website visits. So it’s high time to provide your website or webshop with a Google Analytics 4-property.
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As I briefly mentioned, creating a property is not Maldives B2B List very difficult. You can easily do this in the settings of your current property (administration > property > setup assistant for GA4). After doing this, it is important to use the correct settings. In this article, I’ll dive deeper into five settings you shouldn’t Maldives B2B List forget. Let’s go! Setting 1: Extend data retention As a true marketer, you know that data is a true Valhalla. We therefore want to keep data about a website/webshop a little longer. Google is actually trying to deprive you of all that opportunity Maldives B2B List right away. By default, a property only stores 2 months of data. You can independently change this period to 14 months. With 14 months you have more options to compare data in the longer term. Which ultimately only yields better insights.