If you want to get better at google data studio
… you’ll love GrowthMentor.
Solve difficult google data studio problems
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“I constantly have different problems and don’t know who to ask for advice. It’s great knowing that this resource is here when I need it.”
Get the inside scoop on what's working in google data studio from operators in the field
What mentors can help you with:
- 3rd party connectors
- Choose what metrics to visualize
- Make sense of data blending
- Getting stakeholder buy-in
- Advice on turning data into insights
- Comparing vs. paid tools
- Adding multiple data sources
- Connecting with BigQuery
- Build vs. template debate
Meet the google data studio consultant alternatives that genuinely enjoy helping
“Amazing session with Kritika. I learned a lot from her, including tools, resources, and tips for advancing my role in data analytics. She has extensive experience leveraging data to help companies grow. Highly recommended!”
“It was a pleasure talking to Kritika. She has a deep understanding of analytics and knows what makes sense for the stage our company is in. We as a start-up have different needs than a enterprise and want to get answers quickly with data we have without big investments. She showed me the tool to do that.”
“Kritika offers an ocean of insight into the data and analytics world – she is clear in her communication and is very easy to brainstorm with. I am looking forward to our future calls for ongoing collaboration and many projects together!”
I’ve hired Rhys to set up precise tracking with a single source of truth across marketing channels. He’s doing great work – this is the kind of stuff often overlooked by startups that can be a game-changer.
Loved the session with Rhys. Rhys actually looked behind my shoulder, took his time to understand the business and did an amazing job helping me to identify the priorities and set an action plan for the nearest period. Bottom line: ATM I’m implementing what we discussed and see the value flowing my way. Brilliant.
I was looking for guidance on building data dashboards for my clients and Rhys was very generous and helpful in helping me do it. I left inspired and built a dashboard I’m proud of and suddenly saw my data in a whole new way. Thanks Rhys, would book again!
“I really enjoyed my call with Josh, he’s knowledgeable and nice to speak to. We spoke about prioritizing our roadmap and the relative cost/benefit analysis from his perspective.”
“I booked a call with Josh because I wanted to pick his brains about how to pipe my Google Analytics events into Google Data Studio for funnel visualisation purposes. What ended up happening was I realised through the course of the conversation that Google Analytics could give me the exact same end result I was looking for via GDS but at a fraction of the setup time, which for me, meant saving 3-4 hours of my time – which I can now invest in doing like .. other stuff? So yea – great call!”
“Gustavo was super helpful and stayed almost 3x times longer to make sure all the things are covered. Thanks!”
“It was my 2nd meeting with Gustavo, and i felt as valued as last time. Gus listened to my queries patiently and gave some effective solutions and suggested some cool tools to make my task easier. He is really a gem.”
“The meeting with Gustavo was super informative. She took time to understand what we wanted to accomplish, asked super relevant questions and then finally gave great advice. Thank you again Gustavo!”
Tap into expert guidance when you need it
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3. Show up and get 1:1 guidance
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- Direct access to schedule 1:1 calls
- Unlimited calls with mentors listed as FREE
- Ongoing support from admin with mentor suggestions
- 70+ hours of exclusive video content
- Topically themed Mastermind Groups
- Weekly check-ins with our Accountability Coach
- Access to Private Slack Community
Frequently Asked Questions
The best google data studio consultants usually charge between $100-200 per hour. This is out of budget for most founders to spend, so they view it as a “luxury” and just move on without any expert guidance.
The problem is that without guidance from someone with real-world experience, you have to learn the hard way – trial and error.
Risks of learning only through trial and error:
- You spend too much time reading blog posts and watching courses instead of executing.
- You become susceptible to the Dunning-Kruger effect, a cognitive bias where people with limited competence in a given domain greatly overestimate their own knowledge or competence in that domain relative to the performance of their peers.
- You hit your first few failures and convince yourself that google data studio does not work for your business, missing the opportunity to truly give it a fair shot.
On GrowthMentor it’s easy to get mentored by vetted practitioners to help you get unstuck with whatever challenges you’re currently facing in optimizing your google data studio.
Learn more about how we can help.
Using the tools you already use. Mentors can select between either Sype, Google Meet, or Zoom.
Here are some tips.
- Come into this with realistic expectations. They’re mentors, not magicians.
- Ask your mentor if they’d be ok with you recording your screen with Loom
- Give contextual information to help paint the picture of your current situation.
- Growth mentors will be asking you lots of questions, answer them as openly as possible.
- Don’t be afraid to push the boundaries of question-asking. Be inquisitive. Stories are gold.
- Don’t feel pressure, just relax.
- Try to form mental patterns, especially if you speak with multiple mentors.
- Embrace alternative views. Ask the mentors to challenge your assumptions.
- Be friendly. If you’re likable, the mentors will be your biggest supporters (even after the call is over).
We have a filter system for you to sort mentors. Filters by expertise, industry, tools, company, and even language.
If choosing in all of the awesomeness is overwhelming, just ask us for a hand-picked recommendation!
Pros of consultants:
Consultants offer more tangible value than mentors as a significant portion of their contribution comes in via deliverables.
Cons of consultants:
High hourly rates and retainers. The relationship is transactional in nature. Valuable knowledge is locked away in the minds of third parties if you decide to outsource executables.
Pros of mentors:
Mentors are primarily driven by intrinsic values and may be more relatable in terms of roles and responsibilities to you than a consultant.
Cons of mentors:
Mentors do not offer hands-on support. They’re there to guide you, but you have to put in the work to make things happen which will take more time.
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