Overcome third-party cookies depreciation with first-party data

Since 2018, the online marketing sector has been plagued by constant regulatory upheaval. General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the EU’s e-Privacy Directive served as catalysts to mark the turning point when digital marketing was forced to put privacy first. These public debates on regulating data privacy meant that society …

Why using dashboards is great, but data interpretation matters

Top 3 GA4 Reports

In digital marketing, where every click and user action can hold significant value, data becomes the primary tool for making strategic decisions.Google Analytics 4 (GA4) opens up big possibilities for analyzing user behavior on websites and applications. However, as with any other aspect of business, it’s not just about having …

3 Google Analytics 4 Reports that you need to know

Top 3 GA4 Reports

Data is worth its weight in gold — especially in online marketing! It is not without reason that we have made it our mission to advance the digital performance of our customers by offering them data-driven, high-quality and legally compliant marketing solutions. We see every day how important meaningful data …

DMA countdown is on: Are you ready for the new Google rules?

Google Consent Mode around the corner

The new EU regulation, the Digital Markets Act (DMA), will affect the big players in the digital industry from March 6, 2024. The rationale for this new regulation is welcome, but there are some restrictions that will affect online marketing in particular. User consent has been an integral part of …

Using Synthetic Users in Online Marketing

Synthetic Users in Online Marketing

Synthetic user tracking, developed by JENTIS, redefines data collection in online marketing. This sophisticated approach fabricates virtual user interactions, closely mirroring real ones, through intricate algorithms and machine learning models. What sets this technology apart is its ability to circumvent the need for explicit user consent while ensuring compliance with …

Server-Side Tracking – A Tool Evaluation

We are approaching a significant shift in digital analytics, with Google phasing out third-party cookies next year. Organizations are facing the need to adapt and innovate. One such innovation is server-side tracking, a solution where a server is placed in between your website and the marketing platforms that collect user …

5 Compelling Reasons to Utilize Cookieless Tracking with Plausible Analytics

Plausible is an intuitive, lightweight, and open-source web analytics platform. It is run with cookieless tracking and is fully compliant with EU’s GDPR, California’s CCPA, and UK’s PECR regulations. The service is made and hosted in the EU, utilizing European-owned cloud infrastructure. Plausible Analytics offers a privacy-centric solution for website …

What is new with Looker Studio Pro?

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Looker Studio Pro, the premium iteration of Looker Studio, introduces a host of distinctive features and enhancements that set it apart from its counterpart. This article delves into the core distinctions that define Looker Studio Pro, highlights the exclusive elements that set Looker Studio apart. Discover how the paid subscription …

Advance Metrics is Preferred Partner of JENTIS

We are very proud to announce that we are now Preferred Partner and top implementation partner of JENTIS, the Data Capture Platform from Austria. Advance Metrics has been working with JENTIS, the technology leader in server-side tracking, since 2022. Since last year, we are a Preferred Partner of JENTIS and …

Why You Should Combine your Looker Studio Dashboards with BigQuery

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In the data-driven landscape of today’s business world, maximizing the potential of analytics tools is crucial for making informed decisions and gaining a competitive edge. While Google Analytics 4 (GA4) has been a valuable source of insights for website and app analytics, its data retention limitations have left businesses craving …

Web Analytics with Synthetic User Tracking

Companies risk losing access to valuable digital data due to the technical precautions of many browsers (for example Safari and Firefox default cookie blocking) as well as the explicit lack of consent from users. This loss of data has been a concern for many years and is accelerating due to …