Wednesday, 2 October 2013

New Google Analytics Certification Program. Register now for Free!

With all the new features and rapid changes to Analytics, Google has finally announced the starting date for the Digital Fundamentals Analytics Live Course.
After completing this course, you will understand:

  • Why analytics is important for growing your business
  • Definitions of key concepts and terminology
  • How to plan ahead to capture the insights you need
  • How to navigate common Google Analytics reports

The materials for the first four units of the course will go live on October 8, 2013. The course discussion forum and Google+ community will also open on October 8. The remaining two units will be released along with the course final assessment on October 15, 2013.

Course overview

This course consists of several main components:

● video and text lessons
● practice activities
● course assessments

All of these materials will help you learn about key concepts and tools to become a better practitioner of digital analytics and Google Analytics, in particular.

Units, lessons, activities and final assessment The class is divided into a set of units, each with a subset of lessons and activities for you to complete.

Each lesson will have a short video with a corresponding text lesson to learn about the material. Following each lesson, you will complete an activity that will help you practice what you've learned.

Each video is between three and five minutes long. Including the time it takes to complete the activities, we expect the course to take four to six hours to complete, but this depends on your familiarity with the content.

A Final Assessment and a Certification 

There will be a final assessment that reviews all the material covered in the course.
To earn a certificate of completion for the course:
You must finish all lesson activities and pass the final assessment with a score of at least 80%.

Google Analytics Course Community

 During the course you have the opportunity to connect with a global community of participants. The community is a place where you can discuss the activities, get technical assistance and get feedback on your work.

You will also have the opportunity to join Google Hangouts where you will hear from experts about the course material and digital analytics in general.

If you find yourself spending a significant amount of time on a particular activity, or if you get stuck, please use the resources on the site and ask the community for help.

To register now Before the course starts, Go to