More and more states in the EU are making Google Analytics illegal, and if that isn’t enough to make you look for an alternative web analytics software, here is another strong argument:
You might have heard that Google will begin turning down Google Universal Analytics by July 2023. For your company that means you will lose valuable data insights if you don’t act now.
A new product named Google Analytics 4 (GA4) will replace Universal Analytics. Since it is conceptually different there is no upgrade path. You will have to start with no historical data if you chose to create a Google Analytics 4 property.
As mentioned in our newsletter in February, Google Analytics 4 comes along with some data privacy hurdles and is extremely difficult to set up in a GDPR-compliant way. We strongly recommend looking into the alternative open source solution Matomo Analyticswhich focuses on user privacy and data ownership. A detailed comparison between Matomo and Google Analytics 4 can be found in our latest blog post. Ramsalt has been offering Matomo for the last couple of years and exclusively made good experience with it.
We scanned the market for data analytics systems that do not have GDPR challenges. There are many suitable tools for eCommerce, but if you are going to measure traffic and behavior instead of conversion and money, Matomo is clearly the best option.Einar Ryvarden - CTO The Norwegian medical journal
Contact our Analytics Manager Nina Holzapfel [email protected]for further information and guidance
As Google itself announced that they’ll begin turning off Universal Analytics by July 1, 2023 there was great confusion in the market and companies are uncertain on how to proceed. Within this blog post we want to explain the most common terms, compare Google Analytics 4 to Matomo Analytics and inform companies about their choices.
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