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      We’re raising the bar on Google Analytics IQ

      posted by Google Analytics 5:06 PM
      Monday, April 5, 2010
      Since the Google Analytics IQ launch, people from all over the world have taken the online course and test. Web analytics is increasingly important to all kinds of organizations. Online retailers, agencies, large consumer brands and non-profits are just a few of the many kinds of organizations that rely on people who are trained in Google Analytics. So, we’ve decided to raise the bar on what it means to be Google Analytics qualified and increase the minimum passing score from 75% to 80%.
      If you’re already Google Analytics qualified, but you received a score less than 80%, don’t worry. This change doesn’t affect your current qualification. But be sure to review the online course when it’s time to renew your qualification (18 months after you initially qualified). At that time, you’ll be expected to score at least 80%.
      For details or to start the course, visit There’s a FAQ with details and a link to the Google Analytics IQ test. Best of luck to everyone!

      Posted by Alden DeSoto, Google Analytics Team

      Google Analytics IQ: Make Sure You’re Searchable!

      posted by Google Analytics 5:05 PM
      Monday, April 5, 2010
      If you’ve passed the Google Analytics Individual Qualification exam, you probably want people to know. One thing you can do is publish a link to your test record. But, you should also make sure that you’re searchable from the Google Testing Center.

      Here’s how to make sure that people can find you. First, log in to the Google Testing Center. (Note: Use the login information you created during your first visit to the Google Testing Center.)

      Access your profile on the Google Testing Center.

      In the “Google Analytics Individual Qualification” section under “Would you like your name added to the database if you pass this test?”, select the Yes option.

      Click “Save Changes.”
      That’s all there is to it. Now anyone searching for you on the Testing Center site will find you!

      Posted by Helen Huang, Google Analytics Team

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