Mark Lee

Sr. Measurement & Paid Media Manager

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Mark Lee is a Sr. Manager, Measurement & Paid Media at Granular, and specializes in B2B, B2C and Lead Gen PPC accounts. He also specializes in analytics and measurement for a wide array of clients. He holds a degree in Public Relations & Advertising from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. In his free time, he enjoys mountain biking, playing video games, building models or spending time with his wife or cat.

GA4 Webinar: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

Your current Google Analytics is going away – but don’t fret, GA4 experts from Granular hosted a webinar to share all of the relevant information you need to know about the switch from Google Analytics to GA4. Check out the webinar below, followed by more in-depth information on key slides and helpful resources. If you[…]

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In the fast-paced realm of digital analytics, staying abreast of the latest updates is pivotal for making informed, data-driven decisions for your business. Google Analytics 4 (GA4) has introduced significant changes, and in this follow-up to our GA4 Webinar: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly , we’ll delve into key features, addressing common questions[…]

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I’ve been working in Google Ads since 2015, so I’ve seen many new Google innovations in the space. The shift away from manual bidding to Google’s (IMO – far superior in many situations) automated bidding was landscape changing. In 2019, Google introduced its optiscore that was essentially a ranking system to determine how “compliant” and[…]

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In the past few weeks, I’ve been asked by clients and internal team members a very smart question; “When should we start using GA4 (Google Analytics 4)?,” and I didn’t really have a clear answer. In the past few months since being released in October of 2020, GA4 has been throwing many digital marketers and[…]

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Google Tag Manager is a tool that can bring highs and lows. It can lead you down a path of troubleshooting that will take hours for you only to realize you forgot to hit “submit” for your changes. It has the capacity to put you on the top of the world when you set up[…]

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