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When and Why to Use Analytics

by William Hudson | | 19 min read
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“Green field” sites are new developments while “brown field” are based on existing solutions.

In this video we look at getting started with analytics and how best to apply them:

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Resources & Where to Learn More

Google Analytics Academy (free online courses)

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