Digital Analytics

  • How to Track Leads with Google Tag Manager Form Submit Tracking

    Many times, a prospect turns into a lead by completing a form on your website. To measure the users who are converting and the actions they are taking on your forms, you need to track form submissions. The problem is that there is no global standard for the development of forms, which means that there […]

  • A Comparative Analysis of Data Visualization Tools: Google Data Studio, Power BI, and Tableau

    Big data visualization tools are necessary for anyone who wants to create visual representations of analytics to share with others or to better understand analytics. You have a number of data visualization tools to choose from — the problem is, no single tool stands out as the very best for business intelligence (BI). If you […]

  • 7 Steps to Be Sure Your Google Analytics Is Set Up the Right Way

    It is imperative to set up Google Analytics the right way. To ensure you gain the data you need, following these steps when setting up your account. Step 1. Install the Google Analytics Counter in the Correct Place Once you have created a property for your website, Google will provide you with a website visitor […]

  • Why Using GTM to Implement Structured Data Can Be a Bad Idea

    If you want your content to appear in Google search results in the form of rich snippets, you need to use structured data. Another benefit is that structured data improves search capabilities, enhancing the user experience. One way to implement structured data is to turn to Google Tag Manager (GTM), but this can be a […]

  • How to Use a Content Security Policy with Google Analytics

    A Content Security Policy (CSP) stops third-party vendors from loading damaging features on your website, thereby improving security. However, if you continue to use Google Analytics with a CSP enabled, you will need to make some modifications. The good news is that these are simple to apply, not to mention well worthwhile. Enabling Google Analytics […]

  • How to Use Google Tag Manager with a Content Security Policy

    To enhance security on your website (such as to block harmful scripts that could steal user passwords), one of your best options is a Content Security Policy (CSP). However, enabling a CSP can cause problems with Google Tag Manager (GTM). To continue using GTM with a CSP installed, you need to make some changes. The […]

  • How to Add and Block Advertising Features in Google Analytics

    Advertising features in Google Analytics are hugely useful for creating remarketing audiences. However, to comply with GDPR, it is necessary to block these features in some cases: to ensure that users always opt in before you collect, store, or use their data. In just a few steps, you can both enable and block advertising features. […]

  • Introduction to Adobe Analytics

    If you’re looking for an alternative analytics service to Google Analytics, you should consider Adobe Analytics. One of the best paid services, it uses artificial intelligence to track users and depict customer journeys. The cloud-based software has a number of useful features, all of which go beyond anything you’ll receive with a basic service. Adobe […]

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