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Google just announced Google Analytics (GA) 4. Unlike incremental or lateral changes such as the GTAG collection API; this change is significant, and you need to pay attention and understand what this means to you and your business. In this post, we will walk through what GA-4 is and what you need to do now.
GTM has many pre-built variables off the shelf. You even have the option to create/ customize your own variables known as a User-Defined Variable in GTM. One of the User-Defined Variables I find very helpful is the Lookup Table variable under the Utilities section of the User-Defined Variables.
As we reported earlier this year, the deprecation of the Service Provider dimension on February 4th, 2020 broke a key method of fighting bot traffic in Google Analytics (GA). Some organizations also have dependencies on the service provider dimension outside of just fighting bots.