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Marketers using paid Google Ads campaigns can now flex their marketing knowledge better, thanks to the introduction of Conversion Attribution Settings in Google Analytics 4. This lets digital marketers understand how various web conversions get attributed to all your paid marketing channels.
With this Conversion Attribution Setting in Google Analytics 4, you can better assign conversion credit to your channels. Now, you can assign them to paid, organic, or both channels.
Google Analytics 4 introduces customizable attribution settings, offering marketers improved insights into their Google Ads campaign's ROI. via @MattGSouthern: https://t.co/u3WdJGM0z7#seonews #Google #GoogleAnalytics @Google #SEO— SearchEngineJournal® (@sejournal) June 22, 2023
This greatly helps businesses that only focus on controlling their advertising expenses. With this new GA4 feature, you can spend only your conversion credits on paid Google Ads channels. Doing so will help you understand your ROI (Return on Investment) from your advertising efforts.
In addition, this allows credit to be spent on both organic and paid channels, allowing you to see the journey of the customer through the marketing and advertising funnel. It also helps you understand which marketing tactics are driving your conversions.
If you wish to use this setting on Google Analytics 4, here’s what you need to do:
However, as mentioned earlier, the change might take two to three days to reflect in your Google Ads account.