Review of Google Analytics Updates

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In this week’s episode of Analytics Neat we review the most recent updates to Google Analytics.  How are web and mobile being brought together? What does an event-based model do to collection? How will it work in the real world? All this and more in this week’s episode of Analytics Neat.  Thanks for listening!

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Episode 25: Google Attribution

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As a continuation of last week’s episode of Analytics Neat, we take a look at what Google offers for Attribution within the Google Marketing Platform this week.  We’ll see how Google’s offering compares to Adobe, what’s missing, and what this means for the industry going forward.  I’d recommend you listen to Episode 24 as well to get the full story.  All of this and more in this week’s episode of Analytics Neat.  Thanks for listening!

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Episode 9: Google GDPR, Celebrus, and the Data Chain of Custody Problem

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This week’s episode of Analytics Neat starts with a look at the newest GDPR-related features from Google.  We will also do a walkthrough of two updates from Celebrus that caught my attention, including a very cool integration with Adobe Analytics.  Finally, we’ll tie it all together with a concept I coined as the “data chain of custody” problem in the industry.

You can access the GDPR framework service I mention in the podcast here.

Google Policies for data can be accessed here.

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