If you're already a student in one of my other courses, then you're probably wondering what the difference is between my Analytics Academy course and my other courses.
My Analytics Academy course is an entirely separate course. There is some overlap with my Google Analytics Complete course, for example, it covers reports and configuration options, however my Analytics Academy course goes beyond just looking at Google Analytics. It covers complementary tools, elements of Google Tag Manager, creating dashboards with Google Data Studio and how to develop and run experiments with Google Optimize.
It doesn’t replace my Google Analytics Complete course, since I know some of my students (and prospective students) only want to focus on Google Analytics.
We invest a lot of time developing this course, so it will be offered as a premium course with enrollments offered for a limited time.
You can find a comparison of my Analytics Academy and my other courses below. If you have any questions, then don't hesitate to email to firstname.lastname@example.org and either myself or one of my team will get back to you.
– Benjamin and the Loves Data Team
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Does this mean the Google Analytics Complete course is out-of-date?
My Google Analytics Complete course is still current and up-to-date and it has not been replaced by this course.
Is the Analytics Academy course completely different to the existing Google Analytics Complete course?
The Analytics Academy course is a seperate course. Yes, there is some overlap in terms of content, but there is a whole range of other topics covered. The comparison chart below gives you a summary of what’s included in my Analytics Academy course compared to my other courses.
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GA = Google Analytics
GTM = Google Tag Manager
GDS = Google Data Studio
GO = Google Optimize
|ANALYTICS ACADEMY||Google Analytics||Google Tag Manager||Google Data Studio|
|Getting started with GTM||Yes||Yes||Yes||–|
|Setting up GA||Yes||Yes||–||–|
|Tracking scroll depth||Yes||–||Yes||–|
|Ecommerce with GTM||Yes||–||Yes||–|
|Tools for websites and content||Yes||–||–||–|
|Tools for organic and paid search||Yes||–||–||–|
|Tools for social media||Yes||–||–||–|
|Linking Google Ads||Yes||Yes||–||–|
|Tracking internal promotions||Yes||–||–||–|
|Introduction to GDS||Yes||–||–||Yes|
|GDS interface features||Yes||–||–||Yes|
|Connecting GA data to GDS||Yes||–||–||Yes|
|Creating charts in GDS||Yes||–||–||Yes|
|Blending data in GDS||Yes||–||–||–|
|Introduction to testing||Yes||–||–||–|
|Using a testing process||Yes||–||–||–|
|Types of tests||Yes||–||–||–|
|How, what and when to test||Yes||–||–||–|
|Introduction to GO||Yes||–||–||–|
|How to run an experiment||Yes||–||–||–|