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  • How to Extend Google Analytics with API (Part 2) + GTM API

    In part 1 of the series we've covered the basic structure of Google Analytics platform and discussed many possibilities that collection and configuration API have to offer. In part 2 we'll continue with the Google Analytics' Reporting APIs and as an extra  explore some of the capabilities of Google Tag Manager API. Accessing Processed Data with Reporting APIs Reporting API offers access to Google Analytics' processed data. Using this API you can dig deeper into and discover more data than by accessing the web interface. There are 5 APIs that relate to the ...

    Posted at March 4, 2015 | By : | Categories : Google Analytics,Universal Analytics | 0 Comment
  • How to Extend Google Analytics with API (Part 1)

    In this 2 part series I will introduce the range and possibilities of Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager API. Taking advantage of these interfaces can have a big impact on your analytics processes (eliminate errors, speed up the process, helps with consistency) and provide additional information about what's happening in your analytics properties. Learning the API is time well spent, ...

    Posted at February 26, 2015 | By : | Categories : Google Analytics,Universal Analytics | 0 Comment
  • Google Tag Manager Announces New UI & API

    One of my favorite Google products, Tag Manager, is getting an awesome facelift today. This is definitely the most significant update to the product since its launch two years ago. All of the same great features you've come to know and love are still there, but the User Interface is getting a major overhaul and, at long last, we'll have programmatic access with an API! A New Look and Better Usability Avid users of Google Analytics will see some clear themes repeated in the ...

    Posted at October 15, 2014 | By : | Categories : Tag Management | 0 Comment
  • How to Use Cross Device Tracking in Google Analytics

    One of the newest features to be released for Universal Analytics version of Google Analytics this year is cross device tracking. As the name suggests, this tool dares to think differently about how users engage with you brand via desktop, mobile, tablet, non-traditional devices like Xbox and Google Glass, and even offline devices like a refrigerator. There’s very little you can’t track these days. How to Implement Cross Device Tracking It all starts with the user ID. By setting your own unique, persistent, and non-personally identifiable identifier, the Universal library is able to supersede the default Google Analytics client ID to be customizable ...

    Posted at August 6, 2014 | By : | Categories : Google Analytics,Universal Analytics | 0 Comment
  • Live Blog from the 2014 Google Analytics Summit

    Live Updates from the Google Analytics Summit 2014 in San Francisco The Google Analytics Summit is an annual event for Google Analytics Certified Partners and Google Analytics Premium customers.  This year we'll be live-blogging from the GA summit once again.  As with past summits, we'll provide real-time updates and announcements from what's shared - at least what's available for public sharing. Stay Tuned! Opening Announcements The ...

    Posted at May 28, 2014 | By : | Categories : Google Analytics | 0 Comment
  • Google Tag Manager: like the Hyperloop for your Digital Marketing

    This is a recap post from the Google Analytics Summit 2013. Get the full details of the day on our Live Blog from Day 1 of the Summit and also don't miss the Official Google Analytics Blog. The Hyperloop Earlier this year Elon Musk, co-founder of PayPal and Tesla Motors and possibly public works genius unveiled a quite interested approach to high-speed mass transit: the Hyperloop.  Hop on ...

    Posted at October 2, 2013 | By : | Categories : Tag Management | 1 Comment
  • Recap: Google Tag Manager for Mobile

    This is a recap post from the Google Analytics Summit 2013. Get the full details of the day on our Live Blog from Day 1 of the Summit and also don't miss the Official Google Analytics Blog. Hold onto your hats, folks.  Your mobile apps just got a lot more flexible! Imagine rolling out new features in “stealth mode,” enabling select users to test them and provide feedback, before they’re officially public. Then when you’re ready, you just flip a switch, and the feature’s active for all the ...

    Posted at October 2, 2013 | By : | Categories : Tag Management | 0 Comment
  • Live Blog at the Google Analytics Summit 2013

      Welcome to the Analytics Pros live blog from the Google Analytics Summit 2013!  We'll be updating throughout the day as announcements are made. Quick Links:   9:00 am, Opening Keynote: Paul Muret, Google The Data-Driven Opportunity Paul’s grandparents grew up in ...

    Posted at October 1, 2013 | By : | Categories : Beyond Analytics,Google Analytics,Tag Management | 0 Comment
  • Dan Rowe – Web Analytics Ninja & Jedi Wannabe

    He’s a Salem, Oregon-born biochemist with a background in pharmaceutical manufacturing and a love for complex systems. He’s a true blue Northwesterner, webbed feet and all. He’s the father of four – count ’em – four kids under age six. He’s a fan of Wolverine and Star Wars, respectively. His official title at Analytics Pros is Digital Analytics Specialist. This is Dan Rowe in a nutshell. The Back Story Dan graduated from Seattle Pacific University with a degree in biochemistry. He put that to good ...

    Posted at August 16, 2013 | By : | Categories : Team | 0 Comment
  • BEST Practices Seattle 2012 Live Updates

      3:14 pm, Building a Successful Optimization Program, Brendan Regan, Analytics Pros How to be thinking of optimization and build a ...

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