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Google Analytics for Beginners – Unit 3: Basic Reporting

Author: Dimitar Krumov | Posted on: June 13, 2019 |


Complete Google Analytics for Beginners – Unit 3: Basic Reporting ( VIDEO + Answers )


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.
  • 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
  • Unit 2: The Google Analytics layout
    • Lesson 1: Navigating Google Analytics
    • Lesson 2: Understanding overview reports
    • Lesson 3: Understanding full reports
    • Lesson 4: How to share reports
    • Lesson 5: How to set up dashboards and shortcuts
  • 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

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Check the questions and Answers below about Google Analytics for Beginners Unit 3: Basic Reporting


1. What setting must be enabled to view data in Demographics and Interests Reports?

  • Content Grouping
  • Advertising features
  • User permissions on the view
  • In-Page Analytics

2. What report would best help identify potential browser issues with website traffic?

  • The Active Users report
  • The New vs Returning report
  • The Browser & OS report
  • The Source/Medium report

3. What report shows what mobile devices were used to view a website?

  • The Exit Pages report under “Site Content”
  • The Landing Page report under “Site Content”
  • The Engagement report under “Behavior”
  • The Devices report under “Mobile”

4. Which Traffic Source dimensions does Google Analytics automatically capture for each user who comes to your site?

  • Source, Keyword, Campaign name
  • Source, Medium, Keyword
  • Source, Medium, Campaign name
  • Medium, Keyword, Campaign name

5. Which “sources” are available in Google Analytics?

(select all answers that apply)

  • googlemerchandisestore.com
  • Email
  • Google
  • (direct)

6. Which “mediums” are available in Google Analytics?

(select all answers that apply)

  • organic
  • cpc
  • mail.google.com
  • referral

7. Which “channels” are available in the default Channels report?

(select all answers that apply)

  • Organic Search
  • Device
  • Display
  • Direct

8. What report can show how particular sections of website content performed?

  • Location
  • Content Drilldown
  • Frequency and Recency
  • Top Events

9. What report lists the website pages where users first arrived?

  • Events > Pages
  • All Pages
  • Exit Pages
  • Landing Pages

10. What report should be used to check if users are leaving from important pages on your website?

  • Landing Pages report
  • All Pages report
  • Exit Pages report
  • Pages report under Events

Watch how to get Take 10/10 (100%) and Pass the Course for Google Analytics for Beginners – Unit 3: Basic Reporting in 30 Seconds



About the Author

 Dimitar Krumov

Hello my name is Dimitar Krumov I am from Sofia Bulgaria but live in Varna on the Black Sea coast.I am a Web Developer since 2002 working in different Web Projects most of them are international and business-related. Some of my knowledge and skills but not limited to WordPress, HTML, CSS, Google Stack, Analytics, SEO and more..


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