A rare opportunity for marketers to analyze the whole funnel
The platform that replaces Universal Analytics (UA) lets you have more than just reports, it lets you build your own dashboards.
Google has released this suite practically for free*, giving us the opportunity to step up from screengrabs and spreadsheets. If you are a B2B company, this helps you take charge of ad platform and Marketing Automation/CRM system data, to give a big-picture view of how marketing spend relates to revenue that closed months later. You will even learn how to leverage Google’s Data Science tools in-house, leveraging AI for deep analytics and training of ad platform algorithms. Given all these capabilities, why would you just have data on the marketing Google knows about when you can harness the potential of all your marketing data!
You don’t have to dread Google’s evolving tools, you can use them to take control over how you analyze your data.
Not another Powerpoint snoozefest. You’re going to build it.
An implementation of Google’s stack that uses your own data to show your marketing ROI
GA4 configured so your site tracks what you want to see. Done in the GA4 interface.
The ability to display any marketing KPI. Satisfy your company’s leadership by slicing the data pie exactly how they want to see it
Dashboards that visualize the relationship of marketing dollars to profits, no matter how long the sales cycle.
Assemble the foundations to use your first-party data in predictive models, to integrate with AI-driven advertising platforms
Tools you will use include Google Tag Manager, Google Looker Studio and the Google Cloud platform, which all come bundled with GA4. Hands-on activities you will complete at the workshop include integrating data from all your systems for analyzing and making better marketing decisions. You walk away with a dashboard that shows your company’s leadership how marketing dollars impact the sales cycle all the way to earning a profit.
Meet your facilitator
Glenn Schmelzle BA, MBA is a marketer, husband, hockey dad, and an analytics fanatic. In 2005 he started using what became Google Analytics, becoming certified in every version, including GA4. This, and a desire to help companies in their paid marketing, led him to open Marketing What’s New in 2013. Shortly after, he started sharing tweets to engage marketers everywhere in a conversation about this, which led to the Funnel Reboot podcast. Examples of where Glenn has spoken on analytics is available here.