News: Webinar: Unleashing the potential of Google Analytics 4

Webinar: Unleashing the potential of Google Analytics 4

Shannon Peat 24th of January 2024

We’re excited to confirm Jack and Amy will be hosting an Industry Insights Webinar for the Association of Scottish Visitor Attractions (ASVA) next month.

They’ll be sharing insights on how to get to grips with some really useful features that can help assess, inform and guide your digital marketing activity. During the session, they’ll cover:

  • Configuring events
  • Conversion and Purchase tracking
  • Tracking campaigns with custom URLs
  • Creating custom reports and collections
  • Important metrics to consider

Following the presentations there will be the opportunity for a Q&A session. To make sure the session is as useful for members as possible, the Creatomatic team are keen to hear in advance from anyone that may have a GA4 related question. This will enable them to answer as many questions as possible and to also know what it would really help members to hear about. Anyone with a specific GA4 question should send it in to [email protected] before 16/02/2024 and the team will do their best to include this in their webinar. You can also find more information about how Creatomatic support your business with Google Analytics 4 by clicking below.

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