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Google Analytics 4 FAQ

Yes. Google will be sunsetting the previous version of analytics (Universal Analytics) in July 2023. From then only GA4 will collect data. This means if your site is still being tracked by Universal Analytics, you need to migrate to GA4 before then. Check out this in-depth guide on how to switch to Google Analytics 4.

Yes. GA4 was released in 2020 and from July 2023 it’ll be the only version of Google Analytics still available.

UA and GA4 use different data tracking properties. You can’t simply upgrade to GA4 as the data isn’t compatible. Even if you’re a universal analytics user, it’s a good idea to set GA4 up as soons as possible. Although you can’t share data between the two, running them at the same time until July 2023 is a smart decision. This is because the sooner you get started with GA4, the more data you’ll have to analyze after UA is sunset. And by using UA until the end, it gives you a platform you’re used to while you learn GA4.

Yes. It’s free to set up and use. There are paid Google Analytics 4 templates you can use to get the most out of the data or you can hire someone to help you with the migration to GA4. But these are not required.

You can easily find out if your website is a UA or GA4 property by looking at the property ID. But first, if you started your website after October 2020 you’re probably using GA4. If you’re still not sure you can follow these directions from Google about how to check your Google Analytics property type.

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Google Analytics 4 FAQ

Yes. Google will be sunsetting the previous version of analytics (Universal Analytics) in July 2023. From then only GA4 will collect data. This means if your site is still being tracked by Universal Analytics, you need to migrate to GA4 before then. Check out this in-depth guide on how to switch to Google Analytics 4.

Yes. GA4 was released in 2020 and from July 2023 it’ll be the only version of Google Analytics still available.

UA and GA4 use different data tracking properties. You can’t simply upgrade to GA4 as the data isn’t compatible. Even if you’re a universal analytics user, it’s a good idea to set GA4 up as soons as possible. Although you can’t share data between the two, running them at the same time until July 2023 is a smart decision. This is because the sooner you get started with GA4, the more data you’ll have to analyze after UA is sunset. And by using UA until the end, it gives you a platform you’re used to while you learn GA4.

Yes. It’s free to set up and use. There are paid Google Analytics 4 templates you can use to get the most out of the data or you can hire someone to help you with the migration to GA4. But these are not required.

You can easily find out if your website is a UA or GA4 property by looking at the property ID. But first, if you started your website after October 2020 you’re probably using GA4. If you’re still not sure you can follow these directions from Google about how to check your Google Analytics property type.

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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.

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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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