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Earlier this week, Google announced an exciting new feature for GA and we’re pretty sure you’re going to like it.
When most people think blockchain, their minds go straight to those headline-grabbing cryptocurrencies. And sure, the likes of Bitcoin and Ethereum are great exponents of the technology, but they are far from its only use. In fact, cryptocurrencies represent just the tip of a particularly large technological iceberg.
So, let’s assume that you have your Google Shopping campaigns set up (if you don’t then you might want to think about it…), so now all you have to do is the usual bid optimisation and you’ll be raking in the money, right? Well, not quite. While bids and the structure of your campaigns will be the most influential factors that you can change, the feed itself can also be altered to improve Shopping performance.
So what can you do to make it better?
When a form has been successfully submitted to HubSpot, HubSpot propagates an event that we can listen to and use to trigger marketing tags within Google Tag Manager. Below we create a Custom HTML Tag that listens for a form success, trigger a dataLayer event which can then be used to trigger a marketing tag to push this data into Google Analytics.
Our latest guide improves on Segment’s default integration with Google Analytics to enhance your data collected in Google Analytics to drive your website insights. We introduce Google Tag Manager as an interim to curate your data before it hits Google Analytics.
Over the past few weeks, you may have seen some notices from Google about ‘data retention controls’. With all the frantic news about GDPR, you could be forgiven for ignoring this as ‘just another compliance request’. However, there is more than meets the eye on this one and we’ll explain now why ignoring this will seriously affect your ability to analyse your website’s historic performance.