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Vaimo is a leading full-service omnichannel agency building digital experiences on the Magento Commerce and Adobe Experience Cloud platforms for clients across the globe. Our goal is to accelerate eCommerce sales for our B2B and B2C clients by delivering award-winning digital storefronts, solutions and mobile apps.

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  • In 2021, companies need to be digital-first. 35% of U.S. consumers said they would be happy if they never made an in-store retail purchase again. This statistic even extends to older, less tech-savvy shoppers: 63% of baby boomers, the most faithful in-store customers, say that curbside and in-store pickup improved their overall shopping experience. Given this fundamental change in consumer behaviour, it’s time to meet shoppers wherever they are through a multichannel or omnichannel strategy.

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    In 2021, companies need to be digital-first. 35% of U.S. consumers said they would be happy if they never made an in-store retail purchase again. This statistic even extends to older, less tech-savvy shoppers: 63% of baby boomers, the most faithful in-store customers, say that curbside and in-store pickup improved their overall shopping experience. Given this fundamental change in consumer behaviour, it’s time to meet shoppers wherever they are through a multichannel or omnichannel strategy.

  • Google Universal Analytics (UA) used to offer the option to create web + app and web properties for tracking, but this is no longer the case. Google has now transitioned what used to be web + app into Google Analytics 4 (GA4). GA4 was officially introduced in this blog post on October 14th, 2020, but it's actually been around in beta mode since July 2019. If you create a new property today, GA4 will be the new default.

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    Google Universal Analytics (UA) vs Google Analytics 4 (GA4)

    Google Universal Analytics (UA) used to offer the option to create web + app and web properties for tracking, but this is no longer the case. Google has now transitioned what used to be web + app into Google Analytics 4 (GA4). GA4 was officially introduced in this blog post on October 14th, 2020, but it's actually been around in beta mode since July 2019. If you create a new property today, GA4 will be the new default.

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