Emergency analytics support
Measuring, understanding and acting quickly and decisively are more important than ever.
If your analytics team is depleted as a result of COVID-19, or you’re blocked for whatever reason, we’re offering free 20-minute remote consultations and rapid response support for the duration of the lockdown.
Keep calm and carry on measuring!
Get your urgent Google Analytics, GTM and Data Studio questions answered on the spot by our certified experts.
How does it work?
- Book a one-to-one session with one of our experts
- We’ll send you a link to a Google Hangout
- We’ll try to solve your problem within 20 minutes
- If we can’t, we’ll estimate how long a fix will take
- Work begins as soon as you approve the order
What can we help you with?
- Absolutely anything to do with Google Analytics
- Collecting data with Google Tag Manager and data layers
- Building and automating reports in Google Data Studio
- Code reviews for Google BigQuery for advanced analysis
- If you’re not sure, let’s have a quick live chat
Who will I be speaking with?
Dan is an experienced digital analytics consultant with a background in attribution and marketing optimisation, specialising in Google Analytics and the wider Google Marketing Platform.
SENIOR ANALYTICS MANAGER
Jacob has 7 years’ experience running digital analytics within in-house marketing teams and specialises in Google Analytics analysis, implementations and dashboarding.
Who is this for?
We’re extending this offer to any digital marketing or analytics team working at UK companies. We are unable to accommodate other agencies or consultancies at this time, sorry!
Why are you doing this?
Tell me more about Measurelab
We’re a small team of analytics specialists, based in Lewes, near Brighton. We help digital businesses to understand and improve their marketing performance by providing expert analytics implementation and advice.
Who we work with day-to-day
The small print
Free consultations and ad-hoc support will only be provided to employees of UK-based businesses and organisations. We will operate a “fair-use” policy” so more than one consultation is fine, but successive appointments will be frowned upon.