The Guava analytics team based in Denmark have achieved record scores in the Google Analytics Authorized Consultant program IQ exam – a recently launched certification to allow individuals to show their proficiency in Google Analytics products.

Three team members of the digital marketing company took the exam and reached a group average of 99.3%, whilst Kristoffer Ewald – Vice President of Analytics and Professional Services – achieved 100%.

It is now mandatory for companies accredited with the Google Analytics Authorized Consultant program to get their consultants certified. Each GAAC must maintain a number of certified consultants and the certification must be re-done every 18 months.

Kristoffer Ewald commented on the results: "It's a great pleasure to announce that the Google Analytics consultants in Guava’s Professional Services Team recently took the IQ exam with an average score of 99.3% - to the best of our knowledge, the highest average for any of the GAAC Companies."

As a growing number of businesses adopt digital marketing and online advertising campaigns, proficient use of analytics by a verified company is becoming more desirable in addition to SEO and Social Media techniques.

Ewald continued: "Guava will continue its efforts to align the Professional Services to Google’s Products – to provide value-added services to our expanding list of international clients."

For more information about Guava’s Analytics services visit: http://www.guava.co.uk/analytics/googleanalytics/

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About Guava

For further information please contact:
Lucy Cokes
Guava
08700 630707
lucy.cokes@guava.com
http://www.guava.co.uk

Guava is a fresh thinking, digital marketing agency specialising in Social Media Marketing, Search Marketing, Web Development, Search Engine Optimisation, Analytics and PPC in the UK. Part of the pan-European Guava group with over 200 employees, the UK division is headed up by UK CEO, Graeme Radford with offices in Berkshire and Cornwall. Current Guava clients include Confused.com, Black & Decker and The Royal Mail.

Published on: 4:55PM on 6th July 2009