We have anticipated this scenario and have been working on a solution for clients who want to preserve their historical website analytics as well as benefit from more advanced analytics features in a more intuitive and efficient website reporting platform. We have found what we believe to be a superior alternative to GA4.
Here’s what you can expect from our GA4 alternative analytics solution:
Full historical data access to your current Google Analytics site traffic (UA/GA3)
No data sampling of your web traffic--you get 100% of all sessions, hits, and events
You own your data
Robust data privacy settings that provide compliance with GDPR, CCPA, and other data privacy requirements.
Simplified user interface, including easier user flow analysis
Increased goal tracking (up to 150 vs. limit of 20 in GA)
Unlimited segmentation analysis vs. 4 comparative segments in GA
Advanced funnel analysis and detailed form analysis, including field level insights
Full compatibility with Google Tag Manager for digital marketing campaigns
Multi-channel attribution modeling
Complete organic search keyword reporting from Google, Bing, and Yandex
Simplified referral traffic attributions
Integrated heat mapping
Integrated session recording
Integrated A/B Testing
Up to 50 custom dimensions vs. Google’s 20 custom dimension limit
MHP Team SI’s premium website analytics platform offers plans starting at $40 per month. To get a demo of the platform’s capabilities fill out the form below for more information and a free consultation.
If you’ve been confused about the data retention policy in Google Analytics 4 (GA4), you’re not alone. I took some time to dig through Google’s confusing support documentation to outline the real-world implications to help you figure out what needs to be done.
Google will sunset Universal Analytics on July 1, 2023 in favor of Google Analytics 4. What are the differences between the two platforms?
Google recently announced July 1, 2023 as the data on which Universal Analytics (otherwise known at GA3) will cease operations. This will give website owners and marketers 15 months to transition to Google Analytic 4 (GA4). We've put together a few solutions to minimize impact on your marketing reporting during this time of transition.