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Advertisers will have the ability to view and report on PMax and Smart Shopping campaigns under the Cross Network channel grouping.
Although Google Analytics 4 is a brand new platform that may look and feel different, not everything is unfamiliar.
In a bold move, even for Google standards, some advertisers may see their attribution models automatically switched to data-driven.
Bounce rate's back, alright! Three new GA4 metrics are giving advertisers a bit of nostalgia for the good old days of Universal Analytics.
Advertisers will be able to report on Google Analytics 4 behavioral data across web and app in Google Ad Manager Analytics reports.
Stories sell — whether you're explaining a product or a data set. Learning how to tell a story with data is an important skill for proving your agency's value.
Learn the major phases, and changes to common UA features and data points, you’ll need to know when migrating to Google Analytics 4.
Learn how you can predict traffic changes and forecast when periods of stagnation or negative growth are to be expected.