GA4 Migration Service

It’s time to migrate to Google Analytics 4! Let our team of data experts handle the hard work for you. 

GA4 Migration
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Why do you need to migrate to GA4 now?

Google has officially announced the sunset of Universal Analytics by July 1, 2023, replacing it with Google Analytics 4. This means your current UA property will stop receiving new data after that date.

The sooner you can get GA4 up and running, the more historical data you’ll have when UA sunsets.

What will happen if you don't migrate to GA4:

Google Analytics stop processing new data

After July 1, 2023, no new data will be sending into Universal Analytics. After the next few months, you may even no longer be able to access the old Google Analytics property.

Connected reports stop working

Since Universal Analytics no longer process data, your analytics reports such as Looker Studio reports will stop working

GTM tags no longer work

All of your UA tags in Google Tag Manager will no longer work after July 1, 2023. You will need to create new GA4 tags when you switch to GA4.

What are included in our GA4 migration service?

Standard Migration


Ecommerce Migration


Advanced Migration

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If your website only use basic Google Analytics reports with simple event tracking, then the migration is fairly simple.


Ecommerce websites require a set of enhanced ecommerce tracking and usually custom events which makes the migration to GA4 a level harder.


Some sites are heavy with multiple GA properties and tons of custom event tracking, not to mention complex reports. Based on the complexity of the project and how much customization is required, we will estimate the price.


GA4 is the next generation of Google Analytics. It is the successor of Universal Analytics, which will stop working from July 1, 2023.

The standard GA4 migration takes about one day. A very complicated migration may take as long as five days.

Yes, we have a three-month support period after the migration. In that period, we will guide you to get familiar with the new GA4 and also answer any of your questions.

Your historical data will not show in the new GA4. However, we will setup reports to include both your old data and new data in one place.