Intermediate Google Analytics Training [Online Course]

Intermediate Google Analytics: Extracting expert-level marketing insights

Ready to go beyond the basics? This tactical training course will let you watch over the shoulder of one of the world’s leading Google Analytics experts.

Enroll in this Google Analytics course to learn how to…

  • Master attribution so you know exactly how your channels work together and how your users convert.
  • Get 10x more out of the basics you already know: custom dimensions, custom metrics, event tracking, etc.
  • Draw out advanced insights from your content analytics, form analytics, social analytics and PPC analytics.
  • Produce enterprise-level reports using Data Studio.
  • Unlock all of the potential of enhanced ecommerce to make smarter product, placement and promotion decisions.
Charles Farina,
Director of Growth & Development, Analytics Pros

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This course is right for you if…

  • You already understand the basics of Google Analytics.
  • You want to better measure your visitors, content performance and user experience.
  • You want to spend your advertising budget more effectively.
  • You want to build smarter, more useful reports and dashboards.
  • You want to really understand enhanced ecommerce.
  • Custom dimensions, custom metrics and calculated metrics sound like fun to you.
  • You want to learn how to get more out of this powerful analytics tool.

This course is probably not for you, if

  • You have never logged into Google Analytics.

What skills do I need for this course?

You should be using Google Analytics weekly for at least a few months, or else be familiar with another Analytics platform like Adobe.

You can still attend this course if you are new to Google Analytics, but you will be overwhelmed with new knowledge and use cases! (That’s not necessarily a bad thing)

In Google Analytics you should know:

  • How to track events
  • How to configure goals
  • What a dimension and a segment is

Not required, but bonus:

  • Other marketing theory and platform knowledge
  • Google Tag Manager knowledge

You’re probably overqualified if you:

  • Already can easily explain differences in custom dimension scopings
  • Know every work-around to sampling
  • Could easily go into Google Analytics and deliver business recommendations in 5 minutes

Are you ready to take Google Analytics to the next level?

So you know a thing or two about Google Analytics, huh? Great. That data-driven mindset puts you ahead of 60% of marketers today.

Now it’s time to join that top 10% of Google Analytics experts.

It’s time to find the insights that will take your campaigns, site and career to the next level.

You don’t know what you don’t know.

Remember when you were starting out and you’d open Google Analytics, take a look at your sessions for the month and then close the browser?

You’ve come a long way.

But there are still plenty of insights hiding below the surface you’ve managed to scrape so far. The truth is, you just don’t know what you don’t know.

You’ll start by learning how to build audiences, which will not only uncover powerful new insights about your visitors, but allow you to run more effective acquisition and retention campaigns as well.

Customization is king.

It starts with a Google Analytics configuration that’s customized for you and your business.

That’s why you’ll spend a significant amount of time on how to customize based on your business and particular use case.

Custom dimensions, custom reports, custom metrics, custom everything.

Your Google Analytics will be designed just for you and your specific needs.

Kick last click attribution to the curb.

If you’re like most marketers, you’re still relying on last click attribution. The problem? You’re missing out on a lot of conversion and funnel insights.

You need to understand and visualize how your visitors actually convert. Last click attribution won’t give you that.

Learn exactly how many touches occur before the conversion, exactly how long it takes, exactly how all of your channels are working together.

Dive deeper into content performance, ad spend ROI, and more.

Is the content team spending their time wisely? Is the PPC team? How about the social team?

To be a data-driven marketer who makes meaningful business decisions based on real insights, you’ll need to dig beyond the basics. You’ll need to mine for data that proves ROI.

You’ll learn how to better spend your marketing time and money.

Report like Yelp and GoPro.

Great reporting means a smarter, more informed team and more buy-in from the execs.

So, why not learn enterprise-level Google Analytics reporting tactics and processes? You’ll have command of Data Studio, which is part of the Google Analytics 360 Suite.
Charles, your instructor, has worked with enterprises like Yelp, Glassdoor and GoPro, so you know you’ll be learning leading-edge reporting strategies.

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Join this Google Analytics masterclass

CXL Institute brings you intensive online training course led by world renowned analytics expert, Charles Farina.

After just 8 classes, you’ll have Data Studio expertise and advanced Google Analytics skills. You’ll be able to:

  • Identify and build audiences.
  • Implement rich attribution modeling (i.e. no more “last click”).
  • Do powerful customizations.
  • Draw out cross-device and mobile app insights.
  • Wield enterprise ecommerce capabilities.

At the end of the day, this course is going to make you a smarter, more data-driven marketer. (It’s going to make you a lot of money, too.)

About your instructor, Charles Farina

Charles Farina has spent 10 years in Google Analytics, leading implementations and providing training for companies, including: Yelp, Glassdoor, and GoPro. Charles currently works for Analytics Pros, a Google Analytics Certified Partner and 360 Reseller, as Manager of Digital Analytics.

Charles provides customized trainings for many of the world’s most recognizable brands. You can find him speaking at conferences around the world or providing insights on his blog.

Why we hand-selected Charles to teach this course




Transitioning Google Analytics to ‘Pro’ for a client, with Analytics Pros. Quality docs + technical knowledge on intro call = good signs

Sly Trunk

Superb training provided to our team by Analytics Pros today. The antithesis of canned curriculum.

Mark Mader, CEO @ Smartsheet.com

Classes:

Intermediate Google Analytics

Lesson 1

Audiences (advanced segments)

Advanced segments allow you to create powerful audiences that tailor the entire platform to your needs.

Lesson 2

Attribution & remarketing

Last click? This session is all about understanding and visualizing the real story behind how your users convert. Learn how many touches occur, how long it takes and how all of your channels work together. Plus, learn about powerful integrations with AdWords and DoubleClick that will have an immediate impact on your ROI.

Lesson 3

Custom dimensions, metrics & more

You need to understand how to use custom dimensions, custom metrics, calculated metrics, event tracking and non-pageview-based tracking.

Lesson 4

Content performance

Content is more than just a pageview. We will cover advanced content analytics, form analytics, media tracking and social/blog analytics. Find out what is really happening on your website.

Lesson 5

Custom reports & Data Studio

The majority of this session will be spent on Data Studio, part of the Google Analytics 360 Suite, which provides free enterprise reporting capabilities. Learn how to connect to all of your data (social, email, Google Analytics, etc.)

Lesson 6

Enhanced ecommerce

Enhanced e-commerce is one of the most powerful additions to Google Analytics in recent years. True product merchandising, internal promotion insights, product list insights, product positioning insights, etc.

Lesson 7

Audits, data quality and QA

It is extremely rare to come across an implementation that is correct. This class will cover years of experience to help you: find and fix common implementation issues, and use debugging tools.

Lesson 8

Mobile app & cross-device analytics

This class will show you how to track your users across devices, sites, and apps. We will cover integrations and use cases for fully utilizing Google Analytics if: you send email to your users, have a mobile app, or have a logged-in experience.


You will also get 9 introductory Google Analytics videos.

In addition to classes, you’ll get access to snack-size video lessons on the fundamentals of Google Analytics when you enroll. That way, you’re prepared to dive deep into the data with Charles.

Here’s what you’ll learn:

Before taking the plunge into the multi-faceted world of tracking your data digitally, it’s important to understand why and what you hope to accomplish. This short lesson sets the frame for our objectives in the upcoming weeks.

Yehoshua explains the importance of premeditation when it comes to setting up your analytics goals, and offers advice on how to approach your strategic business questions.

Every company’s KPIs will vary depend on their business objectives. In this video, Yehoshua will demonstrate this with a few examples of different scenarios and which metrics would (and wouldn’t) be ideal for them to pay attention to.

Having a firm understanding of issues that can arise from your data quality is a vital piece in your analytics toolkit.  This should be the lens of skepticism through which you analyze your data. In this lesson, Yehoshua will explain some common data quality issues and which underlying problems are often responsible.

GA’s dependence on averages means we need to focus a bit on outliers and understanding how to segment for them. In this lesson, Yehoshua explains the theory of outliers and presents a simple example showing how it can affect your data interpretations.

Understanding how GA samples data is crucial to analyzing and auditing your data. In this lesson, Yehoshua will explain the different thresholds for sampling in GA and how segment size and overall traffic work together to affect the quality of your data.

This lesson distinguishes Client IDs from User IDs and explains the specific ways each one can contribute to understanding your specific user’s journey through your site. You will learn the capabilities and inadequacies of each function, how they overlap, and what they look like in GA.

Within the reporting of GA, you will be able to identify areas of friction on your site. Yehoshua will demonstrate with an e-commerce example in which he used GA to identify a major problem in the checkout stage.

Although dimensions and metrics seem like fairly simple concepts, users of GA often mix them up. In this lesson, Yehoshua will explain the root cause of this confusion, distinguish them clearly, and introduce customization.

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Show off your new skills: Get a certificate of completion

Once you’ve completed the course, pass a test to get certified in Google Analytics strategies and processes.

Add it to your resume, your LinkedIn profile or just get that well-earned raise you’ve been waiting for.

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