In the Analytics Guides section you will find comprehensive articles about one or more features of Google Analytics. Usually the guides will go through detailed product implementation and advanced usage techniques.
This article shows how to approach an implementation of Google Universal Analytics to track offline behavior. While the focus is on the Google Analytics account design, rather than the codes necessary to make it happen, you will find links to relevant code explanations whenever necessary.
Google Analytics offers 3 main ways to segment your data: custom variables, advanced segments and profile filters. This article aims to uncover the exciting world of profile filters, from what it means to a top 10 list of useful filter profiles.
Over the years I have met countless analysts around the globe, be it in conferences, training programs, client meetings or online. Some were true analytics geeks and others were just starting their careers, but one thing that I have always felt was missing, especially for the beginners, is a place centralizing the top resources and programs available. This article is my attempt to provide a good resource list.
When it comes to analytics, I am a big fan of pan-session analysis. Pan-session analysis provides insights across multiple visits by the same person. For almost every website it is an incredibly, powerful way to understand your visitors better. By applying the insights you derive from this analysis, you can further optimize your visitor's experience and conversion rate.
Learn how systems like Google Analytics Multichannel Funnels, and attribution modeling allows us to reclaim control over our ROI, and our ability to effectively use these new measurement tools results in a competitive advantage, and greater efficiencies in marketing spending.