GA4 Setup Install and Configure in 10 Steps with Google Tag Manager


Setting up and configuring GA4 is important for businesses and website owners who want to track and analyze user behavior on their website or mobile app. GA4 is the latest version of Google Analytics and has several new features and enhancements that can provide more detailed insights into user behavior.

By setting up GA4 properly, you can:

  1. Track user behavior and actions on your website or app, such as pageviews, clicks, and purchases.

2. Analyze user demographics, interests, and behavior patterns to understand your audience better.

3. Identify opportunities to optimize your website or app, such as improving page load times or optimizing the user experience.

4. Create custom audiences based on user behavior and other criteria to better target your marketing campaigns.

5. Track the performance of your marketing campaigns and understand how users interact with your ads.

10 steps to install and configure GA4 (Google Analytics 4):

  1. Create a Google Analytics 4 property in your Google Analytics account by clicking on the “Admin” button, selecting your account and then clicking on “Create Property” button.
  2. Follow the setup wizard, providing information about your website or app, such as the property name, industry category, and time zone.
  3. Choose the type of data stream you want to create, either a website or mobile app data stream, and then click “Create Stream.”
  4. Follow the instructions provided to add the tracking code to your website or app.
  5. Verify that the tracking code is installed correctly by checking the real-time reports in GA4.
  6. Set up events and conversions that you want to track in GA4 by defining the relevant parameters for each event, such as the event name, category, and action.
  7. Enable enhanced measurement features such as cross-domain tracking, scroll tracking, and outbound link tracking to get more detailed insights into user behavior.
  8. Create custom audiences based on user behavior or other criteria that you define, such as users who have abandoned their shopping cart.
  9. Create custom reports and dashboards to monitor your website or app’s performance and visualize the data that is most important to you.
  10. Finally, integrate GA4 with other Google Marketing Platform products such as Google Ads, Google Tag Manager, and Google Optimize to get even more insights into your marketing campaigns and user behavior.

That’s it! By following these 10 steps, you should be able to install and configure GA4 and start tracking your website or app’s performance.

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