Google Analytics Premium Is Coming To France, Germany and Spain

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Google came out with a premium version of Analytics back in 2011 and up until now, it’s had limited availability. Fortunately, our friends in France, Germany, and Spain now have access to it!

For those of you who aren’t aware of what Google Analytics Premium is, I’ll take a minute to explain it. The premium version of Analytics does cost money, but it comes with additional features that are quite handy. They are: dedicated support, more data and flexibility.

Google took the time to test their platform for these clients: 3 Suisses, Rocket Internet, Privalia Group, and Lan. Look what the Web Analytics Manager, Andres Flores of the Privalia Group had to say about Google Analytics Premium:

Google Analytics Premium meets the demanding digital analytical needs of Privalia. We find it to be a  comprehensive, flexible, easy to use solution, with a rich pool of professional users in Spain. We have confidence that we can scale with it being backed by Google and the support of its local partner network (Google Analytics Certified Partners). We’ve been impressed at the constant innovation, with new features and improvements released each year without losing usability.

What do you think? Was it about time? We hope our friends in France, Germany and Spain will use it and report back to us with their experiences. 🙂


Adam Morgan

Adam Morgan

Adam Morgan is a PPC expert, entrepreneur, blogger, and amiable guy. In his spare time, you can find him updating his own blog.
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  • Ashish Chaubey

    Wow Great: The dedicated support, more data and flexibility give better leads to the customers.

  • Hemanth Malli

    Google Analytics is a great high quality web tool . I have been using it from many years .I’m very much satisfied with its standard free version. Its good to know about its advance features in premium version.

  • Tilo

    Google Analytics Premium sounds good to me. But I guess it still has a big issue as it probably wont change anything about a lot of keywords showing up as (not provided). Do you have any insights on that?