Google Analytics 4 (GA4) Setup with Google Tag Manager
If you have a basic familiarity with Google Analytics 4, also known as GA4, the latest free version of Google Analytics as well as Google Tag Manager, and want to learn how to set up GA4 tracking then this course is for you.
Note: If you don’t have a basic understanding of Google Analytics 4 or Google Tag Manager (GTM) then this course is not for you. Take those courses before taking this course.
You will learn
Setup Google Analytics 4 account
Setup web site page view tracking in Google Analytics
Understand the debug view in GA4
Learn various ways to debug/preview your tags
GA4 event tracking using Google Tag Manager
Passing Parameters to Google Analytics 4
Learn about recommended events
This course will give you the foundation you need to set up GA4 correctly. It won’t cover all the scenarios but provide enough information to move forward with confidence.
I have worked with Google Analytics since its first version and have taught the classes since then. I teach in a way that even a beginner (with no background) can understand and lead the content to a more advanced level of content.
This course applies to everybody from individuals running their blogs to people working in corporations. If you are looking to start a career in Digital Marketing or Analytics, this course is a must for you. You will learn the skills you need to analyze your website performance and visitors.
Why you should learn from me?
I have been in Digital Marketing and Analytics for over 15 years. I have trained people from diverse backgrounds and have converted them into high-performing Digital Marketers and Analysts. I understand both the technology and the marketing side of the business. I have dealt with many analytics technologies way before Google Tag manager existed and know the inner working of Digital Analytics.
In addition, I have developed various courses and taught students from all over the world. I am an online instructor for the University of British Columbia (Canada), University of Washington (USA), Bellevue College (USA), and Digital Analytics Association.
I have engineering degrees and an MBA.