Google Analytics For Beginners Answers Assessment 4
Course Link: https://analytics.google.com/analytics/academy/course/6
Table of Contents
- 1 Google Analytics For Beginners Answers Assessment 4
- 1.1 Which three tags does Google Analytics require for accurate campaign tracking?
- 1.2 Which tags are standard Google Analytics campaign parameters?
- 1.3 To quickly generate campaign tags, what tool should be used?
- 1.4 Which formats may be used to add a custom campaign parameter to a URL?
- 1.5 Which are examples of Goals in Google Analytics?
- 1.6 When creating a Goal in Google Analytics, which are required?
- 1.7 If the Google Merchandise Store sets up a URL goal of “/thankyou” and a Match Type of “Begins with”, which of the following pages on www.googlemerchandisestore.com will count as goals?
- 1.8 Google Ads lets users advertise on which properties?
- 1.9 Enabling auto-tagging does what?
- 1.10 What Google Ads report in Google Analytics can show which bid adjustments resulted in higher conversions?
- 2 Course Overview
- 3 Frequently Asked Questions
- 3.1 1. How do I prepare for and complete the Google Analytics Individual Qualification (GAIQ) exam?
- 3.2 2. How do I change the name on my course certificate?
- 3.3 3. Can I transfer my Analytics Academy certificate to a different Google Account?
- 3.4 4. Is this course available in a different language?
- 3.5 5. Why is some of the course translated and some of the course in English?
- 3.6 6. How long will the course take to complete?
- 3.7 7. If I have a question about the course, who should I ask?
- 3.8 8. How long will I have to earn a certificate of completion?
- 3.9 9. How much do Academy courses cost?
- 3.10 10. Why can’t I access Analytics Academy with my G Suite account?
- 3.11 11. What are the system requirements to take this course?
- 3.12 12. Can I use my mobile device to view the course content?
- Medium, Source, and Content
- Medium, Source, and Campaign
- Campaign, Content, and Term
- Source, Content, and Term
- The Measurement Protocol
- The Segment Builder
- The URL Builder
- The Goal Selector
Which formats may be used to add a custom campaign parameter to a URL?
- www.googlemerchandisestore.com/?utm campaign = fallsale
- www.googlemerchandisestore.com/?utm_campaign = fall sale
Which are examples of Goals in Google Analytics?
- Making a purchase
- Signing up for a newsletter
- Completing a successful Google search
- Submitting a contact information form
When creating a Goal in Google Analytics, which are required?
- Goal Name
- Goal Type
- Goal Slot ID
- Goal Funnel Visualization
If the Google Merchandise Store sets up a URL goal of “/thankyou” and a Match Type of “Begins with”, which of the following pages on www.googlemerchandisestore.com will count as goals?
- All of the above
Google Ads lets users advertise on which properties?
- Google Search
- Google Display Network
- Campaign Manager
- Google AdSense
Enabling auto-tagging does what?
- Adds Analytics tags to campaign URLs
- Adds Google Ads tags to campaign URLs
- Adds campaign hyperlinks to website pages
- Adds Analytics tracking code to website pages
What Google Ads report in Google Analytics can show which bid adjustments resulted in higher conversions?
- Bid Adjustments
- Destination URLs
Google Analytics for Beginners shows new users how to create an account, implement tracking code, and set up data filters. You’ll learn how to navigate the Google Analytics interface and reports, and set up dashboards and shortcuts. The course will also demonstrate how to analyze basic Audience, Acquisition, and Behavior reports, and set up goals and campaign tracking.
This course covers Google Analytics primarily for measuring website traffic. To learn about new capabilities that bring app and web analytics together, visit Analytics Help.
- Unit 1: Introducing Google Analytics
- Lesson 1: Why digital analytics?
- Lesson 2: How Google Analytics works
- Lesson 3: Google Analytics setup
- Lesson 4: How to set up views with filters
Google Analytics for Beginners Answers Assessment 1
- Unit 2: The Google Analytics Interface
- Unit 3: Basic Reports
- Lesson 1: Audience reports
- Lesson 2: Acquisition reports
- Lesson 3: Behavior reports
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- Unit 4: Basic Campaign and Conversion Tracking
- Lesson 1: How to measure Custom Campaigns
- Lesson 2: Tracking campaigns with the URL Builder
- Lesson 3: Use Goals to measure business objectives
- Lesson 4: How to measure Google Ads campaigns
- Lesson 5: Course review and next steps
Google Analytics for Beginners Answers Assessment 4
Frequently Asked Questions
1. How do I prepare for and complete the Google Analytics Individual Qualification (GAIQ) exam?
When you are ready, you can complete the Google Analytics Individual Qualification exam on the Skillshop learning platform. Note that your certificate information will not be recorded on Analytics Academy like your course completion certificate. These certificates will exist in separate systems.
2. How do I change the name on my course certificate?
The name that appears on your User Profile and certificate is the name associated with the Google Account you used to register for Analytics Academy. First, check the email in the upper right-hand corner of the Academy to make sure you are signed in with the correct email.
If you did not specify a name on your Google Account, then no name will appear on your certificate. Also, don’t use a shared email to log into the Academy, since we will be unable to associate your certificate with you personally.]
To change or add a name to your Google Account:
1. Sign in to your Google Account.
2. Under “Personal info & privacy,” select “Your personal info,” then select “Name.”
3. Edit or add the name you wish, then click “Done.”
4. Note you may need to refresh the Academy site to reflect the name change or wait about thirty minutes.
3. Can I transfer my Analytics Academy certificate to a different Google Account?
Unfortunately, we are not able to transfer certificates at this time. If you have completed an Analytics Academy course using the wrong email account, you will need to re-register using the correct account and retake the assessments for a certificate of completion.
4. Is this course available in a different language?
The course is available in Chinese (Simplified and Traditional), Czech, Dutch, English, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Turkish, and Vietnamese.
You can use the language selector in the bottom right corner of the page to switch languages.
5. Why is some of the course translated and some of the course in English?
During the translation process, there may be some English mixed in with translated text. If you check back later, this should be resolved as our translators work through the course content.
6. How long will the course take to complete?
If you go through all the course content sequentially, we expect the course to take 4-6 hours to complete, depending on your level of familiarity with the course content.
7. If I have a question about the course, who should I ask?
For any questions about the course, please visit the Course Community. There you can find frequently asked questions, extra tips about using Google Analytics not included in the course, and post new questions that industry experts, as well as fellow Academy students, can help answer.
8. How long will I have to earn a certificate of completion?
You may earn a certificate of completion at any time. You can track your progress through the course in your User Profile and return at any time to complete the course assessments.
Note that you will need a score of 80% or better on each assessment to earn a certificate of completion.
9. How much do Academy courses cost?
All Academy courses are free of charge.
10. Why can’t I access Analytics Academy with my G Suite account?
G Suite accounts cannot currently access Analytics Academy. Please log in with a non-G Suite Google account.
11. What are the system requirements to take this course?
12. Can I use my mobile device to view the course content?
Academy courses include formats such as video and text lessons, which are accessible from most mobile devices.
However, not all devices are the same, so some content may not work optimally on some mobile devices.