Google Analytics 4Make the Move to Google Analytics 4

Google announced that all Google Analytics 3 / Universal Analytics accounts will stop processing data on July 1, 2023.

There are 359 days until Google Analytics 3 shuts down.

That means before then, you MUST make start your Google Analytics 4 migration – and the sooner you do it, the better off you’ll be.

How do you know which version of Google Analytics you’re using? Look at the left-hand menu:

Versions of Google Analytics

If you’re not ready or you don’t feel confident in making the move, Trust Insights is happy to help you.

Here’s what we’ll do:

  • Inventory your existing Google Analytics 3 account and identify goals, filters, and other customizations
  • Port as many applicable customizations to your new Google Analytics 4 account
  • Implement dozens of Google Analytics 4 best practices such as conversion values, traffic filters, and more
  • Start you off with a Google Analytics 4 governance plan to keep your new Google Analytics 4 account in good working order – especially with Google’s new, more rigid tracking codes
  • Help you configure your Google Tag Manager account to work with Google Analytics – and if you don’t have one, we’ll help you set it up
  • Build your first Google Data Studio dashboard with Google Analytics 4 data

When we’re done, you’ll have:

  • a new Google Analytics 4 account set up and collecting data for you to keep you ahead of the curve
  • a Google Tag Manager account operating at peak efficiency for both systems
  • a Google Data Studio 1-page dashboard summarizing your key metrics
  • a UTM builder spreadsheet
  • and an hour of training on how to use and maintain the systems we’ve built for you

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