Getting started with Analytics Go Back to blog home Introducing: Analytics Intelligence 24th July 2017 By Joe in Digital Analytics We take a look at the latest Analytics Intelligence features to be released: Ask a Question and Automated Insights. Our ‘Suite’ Guide to the Google Analytics 360 Suite Homepage 20th July 2016 By Harriet in Digital Analytics Say goodbye to the familiar sight of the old GA logo, and say hello to the slick new 360 Suite homepage. Google Analytics 360 – The Benefits Stack Up 16th March 2016 By Oliver in Digital Analytics With the launch of the Google Analytics 360 suite, we cut through some of the marketing-speak and give you the lowdown on each of the products. Linking Google Analytics and BigQuery Just Became Simple 29th January 2016 By Chris in Digital Analytics You can now link the two yourself to enable regular data exports of your Google Analytics data to Big Query! Custom Tables in Google Analytics 21st January 2016 By Astrid in Digital Analytics A lot of analysts need a quick and easy way to get unsampled data. With Custom Tables you can get unsampled data with a specified set of dimensions and metrics. Google Analytics User ID Now in BigQuery! 1st December 2015 By Chris in Digital Analytics News that Google will be adding Universal Analytics User IDs to BigQuery's export schema. How to Set Up Google Tag Manager Seamlessly Across Dev, Staging & Live Environments 6th March 2014 By Ammar in Display, Digital Analytics The Lookup Table Macro is a shiny new feature in Google Tag Manager that has the potential to make your life a lot easier. In this article we’ll show you how to use it. Ten Great Reasons to Use Real Time Bidding (RTB) 1st December 2013 By Sergio in Mobile Running display campaigns has never been as exciting as it is now! Real-Time Bidding (RTB) is changing the “rules of the game” and as in every game you will miss out, sooner or later, if you don’t know the rules.