Google Analytics

Google Analytics

Changes to global privacy laws and various browser updates have resulted in a number of tracking gaps in analytics data collection. To help solve  these challenges, Google developed Google Analytics 4 (GA4) to replace Universal Analytics (UA) and announced that all standard Universal Analytics properties will stop processing new hits on July 1, 2023. GA4 makes use of first-party data and cookie-less signals to provide a reliable and trustworthy data source, whilst also using machine learning to surface key insights.  To make the transition from UA to GA4 reach out to the Sprout Analytics team.

Implementation

If your current UA implementation is not optimal or tracking incorrectly our team will do an implementation from scratch, ensuring that required tracking is implemented correctly and you are able to surface the information that is important to you.

Migration

If your current UA implementation is correctly set up our analytics team will audit  the setup, then create a comparable configuration in GA4 and include any relevant enhancements only available in GA4 as part of the project scope.

Training

GA4 features a brand new user interface and some getting used to! Our analytics consultants will provide all the necessary training to ensure you are familiar with the new UI, and how to take advantage of all the new features in the platform.

Consulting

Our analytics consultants can provide ongoing retainer-based or project-based strategic advice and implementation expertise to ensure analytics are implemented according to best practice, relevant platforms are linked, data is captured and attributed correctly for analysis.