Here are some useful websites and links to learn more about Google Analytics. Use these resources in addition to the GA Academy Courses to stay up-to-date about Google Analytics and to prepare for the GAIQ-Test. Remember: Google ist constantly developing and extending GA and it’s functionality. By reading the official blog or latest posts on the official Google+ page you will get all you need to know to successfully use Google Analytics.
Google Analytics Help Center
The best general source for all you need to know about Google Analytics. This site will answer most of your questions.
> GA Help Center
Google Analytics Community
If you can’t find what you are looking for on the Help Center or if you have a very specific problem, chances are good someone in the Google Analytics Community can help you.
> GA Analytics Solutions Community
Google Analytics YouTube Channel
There are tons of videos on this channel about almost every aspect and usecase. Here you will find instructions for beginners but also for very advanced Google Analytics users.
> GA YouTube Channel
Google Analytics Blog
New Features? New releases? Maybe a new add-on? Find out first on the official Google Analytics Blog. Here you will also learn about upcoming events and conferences and also find some interesting case studies.
> Official GA Blog
Google Analytics on Google+
Of course you can also follow the latest news on Google Analytics on the official Google+ page. Great for discussions and sharing. Lot’s of good stuff here and updated very frequently.
> Official GA Google+ site
Google Analytics Facebook page
Even Google can’t do without a page on Facebook. So if you’re hanging around on Facebook all the time anyway, why not follow what’s going on in the world of Google Analytics.
>Official GA Facebook page
Google Analytics on Twitter
Twitter, yes! Get tweets about news, tips and trends about.. ehh… Google Analytics. 730.000 followers can’t be wrong!
>GA Twitter page
Google Analytics Developers Site
You are a developer and/or want to dive deeper in the possibilities with Google Analytics? Than check out the GA Developers Site to learn a lot more about data collection (with API’s), individual configuration and reporting. But be warned: it can get “techy” here!
> GA Developers Site