Blog Articles relating to Google Analytics

An Alternative Way to Create a Google Analytics segment

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NEXT Analytics presents An Alternative Way to Create a Google Analytics Segment! A segment created by NEXT Analytics is just as powerful as one created using Google Analytics. In many ways it is more versatile and easier to administer. Perhaps you need a segment that doesn't exist, and you only need [...]

How to Implement Unsampled Data Access using Analytics 360

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After you have purchased Analytics 360, it is very convenient to continue with the interactive dashboards. But sometimes your requests result in sampling conditions (greater than 500,000) sessions. Click the button that appears on your ribbon bar (in Windows), and you can get more detail which query is being sampled. At [...]

Our review of google data studio

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You can quickly publish nicely laid out dashboards The primary benefit is the rapid delivery of working dashboards. It is a time saver for a web analyst, and gets web data into the hands of the business user. Someone who uses Google Data Studio can produce a dashboard with only a few [...]

Avoid Google Analytics Data Sampling

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This blog describes an easy and free technique to avoid Google Analytics Data Sampling without having to pay for Google Analytics 360 (aka Premium).  If you have Premium, it might save you from the two step process described here. Sampled data is wrong data. There's a lot at stake, if [...]

Google Analytics Multi-View Analysis

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Main Reason to do Multi-View Analysis It's very common to hit the maximum number of goals that a View supports.  Web analysts will create additional Views as new Goals are introduced. They do this because they don't want to delete or re-use old goals because they are still historically relevant. [...]