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The block is Notion’s unit. You assemble the blocks in the same way you assemble Lego blocks to construct whatever you want. Each block type can be formatted, moved and copied to other pages. Every block has its own unique connection, making it simple to cross-reference blocks throughout your system Text, headings, bulleted and numbered lists, and other conventional word processor features are included as basic blocks.
There are additional checkboxes for “to-do lists,” quotations and call-outs to highlight significant material, dividers, nested pages, and connections to existing pages. Other block types include inline mentions, media and embeds, databases, and sophisticated blocks like breadcrumbs.
After you’ve mastered the use of blocks, building and altering pages becomes a lot easier since you’ll have a whole new set of options. It’s as simple as dragging and dropping blocks into a page after you’ve generated them; no coding is required to develop custom functions. While blocks themselves are fairly basic to understand, arranging them in a way you like is a whole other story. That’s why most people look for premade Notion templates that have already done the hard work.
Setting up your paid campaigns on Google is relatively easy. Once you visit the Google Ads site and click “Start Now,” you’ll be taken through some steps to get your ads up and running. If you already have your ad text and images ready, it will take even less time.
After making sure your website has Google Analytics set up, you’ll need to link your Analytics account to Google Ads. This will make tracking, analyzing, and reporting between channels and campaigns easier because you’ll be able to see all the information in one place. Next, you’ll need to generate Urchin Tracking Module (UTM) codes, which are used by Google to track any activity associated with a specific link. You’ll then be able to optimize your Google Ads since you know exactly what’s working.
Conversion tracking shows you how many customers or leads your ad campaigns have generated. It’s not required to set up, but without it, you won’t have the best picture of your ROI. Finally, you’ll need to integrate Google Ads with your CRM so that you can see all the data in one place to make informed choices. We recommend our All-in-1 Google Analytics template which covers various Google Analytics data views, including traffic sources, content engagement, eCommerce metrics and technical details about your visitors.
Google Analytics 4 is Google’s web analytics tool. GA4 gives you reports and statistics about how visitors use and interact with your website or app. It gives you insights about the performance of your search engine optimization (SEO) and marketing. And it tracks events so you can find trends or patterns in visitor behavior.
Google Analytics 4 works by tracking events across your websites and apps. It tracks event-based data. Events-based means ways users interact with your site or app. The actions they take along the customer journey. This data clearly shows your users’ behavior so you can optimize your marketing.
Getting started with GA4 is super simple. You need an account and a property then you’re ready to collect analytics data. Follow these steps to get started with Google Analytics 4.
That was the easy part. Now you need to analyze your data and glean insights about your users’ behavior. To help, check out our plug-and-play resources above. They can do all the heavy lifting for you. You get the insights you need, without the headache of setting up and creating reports.
Creating a GA4 account is the easy part and although it can be daunting, our analytics experts have put together a list of resources to help guide you through the key next steps to help you to better understand and use Google Analytics 4 to its full potential.
GA4 is a versatile tool. You can use it for your ecommerce store or your blog. You can use it with your no-code website builder or with a site made especially for you by a web dev.
Google Looker Studio is a great, and free, way to visualize your GA4 data. To get started read our guide on how to connect GA4 with Looker Studio. Then take a look at the advanced visualizations guide you can use to level up your data analysis.
Your account and property are all set up. Now it’s time to install the analytics tag to your website. You have a few ways to do this:You can do it via Google Tag Manager, or you can add it directly into your site’s code. Read our full guide about installing GA4 tags to your website.
Google Analytics 4 is a powerful tool. Unfortunately, that means it has a learning curve. There are so many GA4 resources and courses available. It’s overwhelming trying to pick the best one. Well, we’re here to help. Read our overview of the best GA4 courses available online.
The ‘Google Ads Agency Report – Comprehensive’ – is exactly as it is described. It’s designed for agencies, small and large to present results to their clients. It is comprehensive in that it includes 6 pages of information on Google Ads performance, also pulling relevant information from Google Analytics.
The report is designed specifically for agencies. It includes an area for the agencies logo, as well as the client logo. This allows it to be co-branded. It also includes text areas for the agency to include information about themselves and their services, essentially help…
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