What is GAIQ Certified?
The Google Analytics Individual Qualification (GAIQ) is a demonstration of proficiency in Google Analytics. Qualified users will be effective at leveraging Google Analytics within their organisations and at helping others to do the same.
As a Content Creator it is important to measure what is working well for you and where you can modify your Marketing Strategy.
Below is a overview of my Google journey so far…
July 2017 – I completed the Google Online Marketing Fundamentals Qualification.
April 2018 – I became a Google Local Guide.
July 2018 – I got ranked Expert Photographer and Reviewer with got over 1.5 Million views.
August 2018 – I became a YouTube Partner.
Jan 2019 – I completed Google Analytics for Beginners and then Advanced Google Analytics.
March 2019 – I passed my Google Analytics Individual Qualification
The journey is not over by any means.
Along the way you will need hands on experience to be able to complete the GAIQ. Fitting video production into my plan helped me become a YouTube Partner allowing me to link my Ad sense account and learn even more.
If you have the drive and want to expand you knowledge learn at every opportunity you can!
Here is a good starting point. Think With Google
A business is only as good as its workforce. Great companies improve their workforce through training and education.
A lot of companies have never considered using motivational speakers to try and enhance their team’s motivation. Bringing an established business speaker to your company or event is a great way to educate and inspire your employees and industry partners.
Motivational speakers have been popular across many countries for many years. However, what benefits do motivational speakers give to people and their businesses?
The best motivational speakers not only inspire and motivate, but also offer ways to fuel employee and business growth.
Motivational speakers work with your company to identify and strengthen your goals and objectives.
Most business objectives are clearly displayed in most office communal areas and online. A motivational speaker, however, will bring these goals and objectives back into focus.
Speaker: Rio 2016 Olympic Gold Medalist and London 2012 Olympic Bronze Medalist, Crista Cullen, is widely recognised as one of the best hockey defenders in the world
The glorious world of the internet is exploding with numerous social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn etc. I find these sites to be a great medium of communication and marketing in my profession, but there are times when the wall is breached. With social networking popularity increasing with intensity, a high rate of security breaches has also been reported. Identity theft is the most common of them all, all a predator has to do is follow the trail of personal information we leave online and trace it back to us. So don’t take this matter lightly and take responsibility to protect yourself from this bitter side of the internet.
Beware of Sharing Too much Information
You can never be too careful with these things, especially when using the web. It seems so obvious that you should not tell your secrets to the strangers on net, but I’ve come across numerous cases on the internet where people have done the exact opposite of the obvious. They share their social security number, home address, phone number. I hope you understand what a terrible mistake it will be and how all this turn to harm you physically.
Customize Privacy settings
The social media sites provide these emotions so that the user has more control over their information. If I’m not comfortable with sharing my information, I can easily limit people from seeing it. But isn’t it better not to upload such information? If I don’t upload anything personal on the web, I wouldn’t have to spend time setting up privacy controls.
I would like to urge all the users to try and protect their data from falling into the wrong hands. So internet safety first!