Internet marketing expands and changes too quickly to remember each piece of the puzzle and how they all fit together. Commit something to memory today and tomorrow it has a new interface, iteration or industry standard. There's just so much information.
Today everyone is creating content - lots and lots of content. Measuring that content can be a challenge given the sheer volume that's out there. That's where Google Analytics Content Grouping can help. This feature let's you categorize your content based on your own business rules.
We talk about data every day - sessions, visits, conversions, pages, hits, etc. etc. etc. But sometimes we fail to understand how all of these metrics fit together and where they come from. Let's take a look at how digital analytics tools organize data.
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