Segment training or specialist!

Hi all,

Hoping someone could point me in the right direction for a segment/bubble course or someone who could do a 1:1 session.

I want to implement analytics into my apps for myself and also for users to see their own data.

Happy for other recommendations outside Segment as well.

Thanks in advance! :pray:

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Hey Chad :wave:

I’m sure there are many ways out there to do this. I personally just build an analytics data type and then track everything I want with that. When the user clicks a certain button or when a page is loaded type of thing.

I use option sets with the action type and then this allows me to filter, sort, and graph out the analytics.

Does that help? :blush:

I also do 1:1 coaching if you need me to walk you through it using straight Bubble.


Yes been doing something similar but starting to look at workload units in collating the data.

If you’re scaling right now, your higher intent events you absolutely want to do first party tracking in your database especially for users you can identify. Regardless of workload unit usage.

You can use offline events (fb) & offline conversions (google) to upload those higher intent events from your database. You’ll improve targeting tremendously. Before IOS13 it wasn’t as big of a deal but now it’s almost imperative if you want phenomenal good ROAS bc fb/google won’t grab near the amount of data as your first party tracking. If users are asking not to be tracked their pixels/cookies won’t stick. Which is where your first party data is valuable to upload at the beginning of each big campaign.

Hyros is also something I’d recommend you consider.

Based on the nature of your app, and where in the user journey they enter your bubble page, if the overwhelming majority are allowing tracking then GA or others can hold your analytics (and youd set triggers from bubble but there are no costs associated). You could still store 1st party for the non trackable and merge it with your primary analytic platform.

100% just to clarify my statement, first party tracking isn’t a replacement it’s an addition. You’d still do GA/Pixel but first party tracking catches an overwhelming amount of signed up users conversion events regardless of if they have tracking or not.

Last thing you want is to have many user who deny tracking and none of their late stage conversions are being recorded. Which is where offline conversions and first party pickup the ball.