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Pass Beginners Google Analytics Course

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


Complete Google Analytics for Beginners ( 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


1. Using tracking code, Google Analytics can report on data from which systems?

(select all answers that apply)

  • E-commerce platforms
  • Mobile Applications
  • Online point-of-sales systems
  • Systems not connected to the Internet

2. To collect data using Google Analytics, which steps must be completed?

(select all answers that apply)

  • Install Google Analytics desktop software
  • Create an Analytics account
  • Add Analytics tracking code to each webpage
  • Download the Analytics app

3. The Analytics tracking code can collect which of the following?

(select all answers that apply)

  • Language the browser is set to
  • Type of browser
  • User’s favorite website
  • Device and operating system

4. When will Google Analytics end a session by default?

  • After 30 minutes, regardless of user activity on your website
  • Once the user opens another browser window
  • When a user is inactive on your site for 30 minutes or more or closes a browser window
  • At noon every day

5. Once Google Analytics processes data, it’s stored in a database where it can’t be modified.

  • True
  • False

6. Which represents the hierarchical structure of a Google Analytics account from top to bottom?

  • View > Account > Property
  • Property > Account > View
  • Account > View > Property
  • Account > Property > View

7. A user with “edit” permissions at the Account level will automatically have “edit” permissions at which other levels?

(select all answers that apply)

  • User
  • Property
  • View
  • Product

8. To locate a property’s Analytics tracking code, which sequence of steps should be followed?

  • Admin > Tracking Code > Tracking Info
  • Admin > Tracking Info > Tracking Code
  • Reports > Audience > Tracking Code
  • Audience Reports > Settings > Tracking Code

9. To use Analytics to collect website data, what must be added to the website page HTML?

  • Google campaign parameters
  • Google Analytics terms and conditions
  • Google Analytics tracking code
  • A permissions button

10. Where should the Analytics tracking code be placed in the HTML of a webpage to collect data?

  • Immediately after the opening <head> tag of your website
  • immediately before the closing </head> tag of your website
  • Immediately after the opening <body> tag of your website
  • Immediately before the closing </body> tag of your website

11. When a new view is created, what data will be included?

  • Data from before the view was created
  • Data from after the view was created
  • Data from before and after the view was created
  • No data

12. A deleted view can be recovered by account administrators within how many days?

  • 35
  • 65
  • 95
  • 125

13. What are the options for filtering data in Google Analytics?

  • Exclude data from a view
  • Include data in a view
  • Modify how data appears in your reports
  • All of the above

14. Why is it important to keep one unfiltered view when using filters with Google Analytics?

  • To ensure you can always access the original data
  • n order to configure Goals
  • In order to use a filter for multiple views
  • There is no reason to have an unfiltered view

15. In which order does Google Analytics filter data?

  • Alphabetical order by filter name
  • The order in which the filters were last edited
  • The order in which the filters are applied
  • Randomized order

16. When a filter is applied to a view, what data is affected?

  • Data from before the filter was created
  • Data from after the filter was created
  • All the data available in a view
  • None of the data available in a view

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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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