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Google Analytics Classes in Boston, MA
Boston Google Analytics Training & Courses
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seminars contain tutorials with hands-on exercises.
1 Why Understanding Your Web Traffic Is Important to Your Business
2 Available Methodologies and Their Accuracy
3 Google Analytics Features, Benefits, and Limitations
4 Using the Google Analytics Interface
5 Reports Explained
6 Getting Started: Initial Setup
7 Advanced Implementation
8 Best Practices Configuration Guide
9 Google Analytics Customizations
10 Focusing on Key Performance Indicators
11 Real-World Tasks
12 Integrating Google Analytics with Third-Party Applications
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This introductory course is packed with tips and tricks and is fully revised to cover the latest version of Google Analytics. It shows you how to implement proven Web analytics methods and concepts.
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