This is the template for those who would like to contribute a recipe to the popular member resource, the Digital Analytics Cookbook. Please copy and paste the text below into your recipe and follow the guidance to fill out the miscellaneous areas
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These digital analyses are called “recipes,” and the recipes combined comprise the Cookbook. ...We now have 133 recipes in the DAA Cookbook!
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These digital analyses are called “recipes,” and the recipes combined comprise the Cookbook...We now have over 120 recipes in the DAA Cookbook!
These digital analyses are called “recipes,” and the recipes combined comprise the Cookbook. The original recipes in the Cookbook are from luminaries in the field, with the repository growing and evolving every day . In less than a year, we have added 94 recipes to the Cookbook!
Step by step recipes on how to perform analytics processes
Metrics to focus on are: Largest Contentful Paint ( LCP ) First Input Delay ( FID ) Cumulative Layout Shift ( CLS ) Analysis Overview: With this recipe, we are going to create an event category “Web Vitals” where you have the split in LCP, FID, and CLS
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Originating Author: Matteo Zambon Introduction: In this guide, I’ll explain to you the easiest way how to move from Enhanced E-commerce tracking to Google Analytics 4 e-commerce tracking with Google Tag Manager using the current dataLayer set up This post is inspired by: my article in Tag Manager Italia :) Analysis Overview: With this recipe, we are going to set up two/three Google Analytics 4 tags with a custom template variable, 2 triggers, and 7/8 dataLayer variables