Google Analytics 4 (GA4) Setup Package

Put Google Analytics 4 to Work For You.

Insights Specific to Your Business

You can’t improve if you don’t know your stats.

If you don’t have a reporting tool set up properly, you’re missing out on important insights — like where your site users are coming from, what steps customers take before purchasing, and how well your ads are working (or not working). 

Why use Google’s reporting tool, Google Analytics 4 (GA4)? 

  • It’s FREE for anyone with a website.
  • It’s designed to work with other Google tools you might use (like Google Ads, Google Search Console and Google Tag Manager).
  • It can show you 200+ metrics to help you prove return on investment (ROI).

Setting this up and making sure you have the right events can take time, and doing it right is important. That’s why we’re here — to take the setup stress off your plate.

This package will ensure the right data, the right actions, and the right conversions are tracking for you. And the price? Starts at just $555.

Businesses all over the country trust 9 Clouds — a Google Partner — with their analytics tracking and digital lead generation. Let us set you up for success in GA4!

Not sure this is what you need? Start with a free assessment or book a 15-minute call instead.

Let Us Set You Up for Success in GA4


We won’t share your info with anyone else, you won’t be spammed, and we won’t email you to death afterward. After you sign up, we’ll reach out by phone to get a few more details on your marketing goals.


What is GA4?

Google Analytics 4 is the newest version of Google Analytics, replacing Universal Analytics (UA) in 2023.

What do I need to know about using GA4?

First, GA4 is based on events, not sessions — so it’s focused on engagements on your website. Just focusing on page views isn’t going to cut it in GA4. Having the right events set up is essential to see what your users are doing and get the data you need to make decisions.

Second, GA4 is Google’s answer to privacy concerns and third-party cookies going away. It uses audience signals and first-party data to give you analytics and insight — which makes it easier to track people across different devices but does change how things are reported and removes some stats we’re used to having in UA.

Third, GA4 only retains data for either 2 months (its default setting) or 14 months — and you’ll only be able to see data starting the day you set it up. So getting it set up earlier is better.

How do I set up GA4?

Google has instructions in their online support. But if you don’t have time or it feels overwhelming, let us help.

Fill out the form above and we’ll get you set up correctly.