Are you having trouble with creating #UTM links? You can use the ''Campaign URL Builder'' website. It is free and useful. πŸ™Œ

Let's check this out together in 5 minutes!…

For the "website URL" field, use the link of the page which you will track its performance.

The "campaign ID" field represents specific #ad campaigns.
Which platform provides you traffic and directs people to your link? It is your "campaign source."

For example, #Google, #Slack announcement, or partner's weekly newsletter. πŸ€œπŸ€›
How does your website get that traffic? It represents your "campaign medium." It can be #organic, #CPC, #PPC, #social or #referral etc. πŸ™Œ
"campaign name" allows you to name your #campaign, and it is essential to differentiate your campaigns.

Otherwise, it would be a huge mess on your list. πŸ™
Specify the #keyword for your paid search. It is called "campaign term."

It might be email campaigns or paid keywords you use.
If a campaign includes numerous links, you can write #content in the "campaign content" field to differentiate them. ✍️
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To improve your process and #maximize your success, you need to know to use the #data. πŸ“ˆ
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πŸŽ‰ Wow! Such great news from Google Analytics 4.

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Data-Driven is recommended by Google. You need to go ahead and make this change by yourself.

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