Just six months after becoming a Google Analytics Certified Partner, BFO is proud to announce that we’ve become a worldwide Google Analytics Premium Reseller. Now we’re able to add Google Analytics Premium Features to our already extensive list of client-focused solutions. To learn more about Google Analytics Premium features, download our Ebook. It’s called ‘Google Analytics Standard vs. Google Analytics Premium: When Should Your Business Make the Switch?‘.
So how did we get here?
In January of 2014, Analytics officially became its own department at BFO. During the next year, demand caused the program to grow much faster than we had expected. Our Analytics client list grew by over 700%. Earlier this year, BFO was accepted as a Google Analytics Certified Partner. And since becoming a Google Analytics Certified Partner, we’ve continued to grow.
Some of the enterprise clients we’re working with now have large web presences, and need Google Analytics Premium Features. Those features include non-sampled data, and over a billion allowed monthly hits. Google Analytics Standard doesn’t always cut it, so we decided to think bigger.
We want to provide all of our clients with the data they need to make informed business decisions. Google Analytics Premium is a fitting way for us to do that. In August, we submitted an application to become a Google Analytics Premium Reseller—and we were officially accepted on October 29th!
Being a Google Analytics Premium Partner means that we are able to provide our clients with the tools they need to best suit their business’s KPIs. This new certification puts us a step above a majority of other agencies in terms of the knowledge, skills, and technology we offer. We are proud to be able to give them a leg up with Google Analytics Premium.
Want to learn more? Check out our ebook on Google Analytics Standard vs. Premium and learn how to decipher which is right for your business.
*Note that since this article was originally published, Google Analytics Premium was re-branded as Google Analytics 360. To learn more about what this change entails, check out our article, What You Need to Know About the Google Analytics 360 Suite.