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You may have heard this one before “Data cannot be deleted after being recorded in Google Analytics”. This is why the technical aspects of web analytics are very focused on getting things right the first time, filtering out potential spammers before they inflate traffic and sometimes finagling the reports to ignore fake traffic that got through despite your best efforts. The Google Analytics User Deletion API can help to remove spam related user data in addition processing delete requests from European users.
Personalization occurs when marketing and content are tailored to an individual’s needs. In an ideal world an organization would have ads targeted to relevant, well organized demographics and their content would change in response to the channel they arrived from. The user experience would change to better suit every aspect of a user’s journey. When done correctly, personalization will achieve results. Users will be more satisfied with their experience, they will convert more often and add more value to each of their conversions.
Conversion Probability is a new report within Google Analytics. This new Beta report allows you to view your data with the ability to see how probable your users are to convert. Values range from 1-100 which are calculated for each user and values closer to 1 being less likely to convert and values closer to 100 being more likely to convert.