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There is so much more to be gained than just the 'standard' implementation. To gain more insight, there are a number of basics that you definitely want to set. you get more insights into Google Analytics about your website's performance is Google Tag Manager. In this article I will not discuss what Google Tag Manager is, if you are not familiar with it, the following blogs may be of interest to you: In this article I discuss 9 important things that you always want to measure on your website, but which are not set by default. 1. Measuring contact forms Almost every website has a form with which website visitors can easily contact you. How often these contact forms are completed and sent is not measured by default in Analytics.