Google Analytics with out cookies: simply the details


On May 13, Google announced new privacy features on its Ads & Commerce blog that will help brands get more insights into Google Analytics despite limited cookies and third-party identifiers. “Now is the time to introduce new privacy-safe techniques to ensure your measurement remains accurate and actionable. While this may seem daunting, we’re here to help you thrive in a world with fewer cookies and other identifiers. In a new way, you can respect user consent, measure conversions and unlock detailed insights into your websites and apps. “Stated Vidhya Srinivasan, VP / GM for Purchasing, Analytics and Measurement at Google Ads.

How does Google Analytics Reporting work without cookies?

Google’s announcement indicated that Google’s advanced machine learning models will be expanded to include behavioral reports in [Google] Analytics. “This means that the cookie-free machine learning-derived models can fill in the gaps that are not available with traditional tracking information. For example, Google’s machine learning can estimate how many users a new campaign won and an” improved one. ” “Provide understanding of consumers during their browsing and purchasing journeys on apps and websites.

Google also announced updates to “consent mode”. (With the consent mode, advertisers can adjust the reaction of their Google tags based on the consent status of the users.) With the update of the consent mode from Google, the implementation will soon be activated directly from [an advertisers’] Google Tag Manager account where [advertisers will] be able to change and customize tag behavior in response to users’ consent settings. “In the event that users do not consent to cookies, the consent mode uses conversion modeling to restore an average of more than 70% of ad click-to-conversion trips. Additionally, Google introduced “advanced conversions” that “allow tags to use approved first-party data” [advertisers] A closer look at how users convert after they intervene [an] Display.”

How does the new Google Analytics reporting help advertisers?

Changes to Apple’s IDFA, the sunset of third-party cookies, digital privacy laws across the country, and increased consumer awareness are changing the way advertisers collect data about user actions and consumer behavior in the funnel. Since advertisers consider all possible ways to achieve meaningful customer loyalty and conversions, the machine learning of Google Analytics can provide important data points for the analysis and optimization of campaigns.

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