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The Rise Guide to Passing the Google Analytics Exam

The Rise Guide to Passing the Google Analytics Exam

You probably have heard the phrase that knowledge is power. Knowledge creates possibilities, opens up doors and allows one to navigate otherwise murky waters. That is why we at Rise have created this EBook, The Rise Guide to Passing the Google Analytics Exam.

Google Analytics, as you probably already know, is a tool designed to give marketers and website owners the knowledge they need to run and market a successful website. Similarly, this Ebook is designed to give you the knowledge you need to know how to successfully run and operate Google Analytics.

But this book also has a more practical goal - one that relates directly to what we just mentioned - and this is the knowledge you need to pass the Google Analytics Individual Qualification exam.

 

THE RISE GUIDE TO PASSING THE GOOGLE ANALYTICS EXAM

CHAPTERS 1-2 CHAPTERS 3-6
CHAPTERS 7-10 CHAPTERS 11-14
CHAPTERS 15-19 CHAPTERS 20-25

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