Google Analytics 4 training & support

I’m currently offering a few fixed cost packages to help charities and non-profits get insight from the new Google Analytics 4 (GA4):

  • Training for reporting & analysis in GA4
  • Looker Studio dashboard using GA4 BigQuery data
  • Customised GA4 reporting walkthrough

Contact me if interested! (Non-profits/charities/education/social impact only.)

You can also connect with me by email or via LinkedIn

As an expert digital analytics freelancer, I have already delivered Google Analytics 4 training and dashboards to several major clients, with excellent feedback. I’m highly experienced in providing GA4 training for charities and non-profits. I’ve also produced many high quality, on-brand reporting GA4 dashboards.

I’ve taken the time to master the intricacies of reporting in GA4, BigQuery, and Looker Studio, so you don’t have to. For a simple one-off payment, you’ll receive high quality, tried and tested deliverables on a quick timescale.

I can also offer support with these digital analytics tools as part of a wider freelance analytics consultancy engagement for your charity or non-profit.

Daniel has been invaluable in helping us to translate often complex and confusing data into meaningful insights and opportunities, in order to continually improve our websites and apps.

Catherine Filmer

It’s been an absolute pleasure to work with Daniel.

We needed a better way to access our face-to-face fundraising data from the Evergiving platform. The data reporting Daniel produced for us was of excellent quality and exactly what we were looking for, and has had a very positive impact on streamlining our processes.

The training he delivered was also excellent – he is very thorough and patient and we hope to work together again soon.

Rebecca Keely

Visualising GA4 data with Looker Studio & BigQuery

With much fanfare, Google have launched Google Analytics 4 (GA4) and rebranded Looker Studio. They’ve also seen fit to destroy the most simple, established way to create custom reporting dashboards with these tools.

Cue facepalms for analysts and marketers alike. Let’s try to get our data working positively again.

Google Analytics 4: What’s new?

In October 2020, Google started to roll out Google Analytics 4 (GA4), billed as “the future of analytics”. Here, we outline in basic terms some of the differences from Universal Analytics (UA) and next steps you should take to maintian the integrity of your insight.