Google Analytics Checker - free of charge!

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After you run our free Google Analytics Checker / Google Analytics Test for your website, you will receive a report about whether you have integrated Google Analytics on your website. The Google Analytics Checker Report from CCM19® contains the following information:

  1. Indication if Google Analytics is being used on your site without visitor consent and if this could lead to warnings.
  2. Concrete help on how to correctly integrate Google Analytics and thus solve the problem.
  3. Further information on critical integrations that are subject to the same problem and could possibly lead to further warnings later on.

If you have any questions about the report of our Google Analytics Check, just ask us for a short assessment without obligation. Here you can see a small excerpt from the report.

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What is a Google Analytics Checker / Google Analytics Scanner / Google Analytics Test?

Google Analytics is an incredibly powerful tool that can provide businesses with a tremendous amount of insight and data about their website's performance. Google Analytics is also, of course, subject to GDPR regulations, which can be complex and sometimes difficult to navigate.

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The CCM19 Google Analytics Checker is a tool that allows you to check if Google Analytics is being used on your website in a DSGVO compliant manner. It is important to know that Google Analytics is only implemented correctly if consent for its use must first be obtained.

If Google Analytics is run directly without a Consent, the integration is not DSGVO compliant. With the CCM19 Google Analytics Checker you can make sure that Google Analytics is correctly installed on your website. The CCM19 Google Analytics Checker scans your HTML code and provides you with a list of scripts that embed Google Analytics on your website.

Do you use Google Analytics on your website? Find out - with the Google Analytics Check from CCM19

Our Google Analytics Scanner checks whether Google Analytics is present on your pages and whether the Google Analytics snippets have been embedded in a DSGVO-compliant way. The Google Analytics Checker provides direct results, so you know immediately if Google Analytics is used on your website. Test now if your website integrates Google Analytics, directly and for free with the Google Analytics Checker from CCM19.

Could Google Analytics be blocked by Cookie Consent Banner?

Yes, Google Analytics can be blocked with the Cookie Consent Banner from CCM19 or optionally played out directly DSGVO compliant. To use Google Analytics DSGVO compliant you need Cookie Banner from CCM19. As you can see in the screenshot, Google Analytics is activated only after activation.

Google Analytics in cookie banner

Most visitors do not go so far as to activate individual entries. Therefore, activation is usually done directly by clicking the "Accept All" button.

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With the Google Analytics Checker from CCM19 you can find out if Google Analytics is used on your website and if it is DSGVO compliant. Try it now for free! Get instant results and make sure your website is DSGVO compliant.

Don't wait any longer - with the free Google Analytics Checker from CCM19 you can check directly and for free if Google Analytics is used on your website! Get instant results and make sure your website is GDPR compliant. Test it now!

Why do you need Google Analytics Checker?

Google Analytics Checker helps website owners and developers ensure that Google Analytics is used on their website in compliance with the GDPR. It can be used to verify that Google Analytics is installed correctly and that the appropriate consent to use it has been given. It also helps identify any potential issues or inconsistencies in the implementation of Google Analytics.

With CCM19's Google Analytics Checker, website owners and developers can ensure that their websites comply with the GDPR and that they are using Google Analytics correctly. Don't wait any longer - try Google Analytics Checker for free now!

How expensive can Google Analytics data breaches get?

Data breaches caused by the improper use of Google Analytics can be very expensive. Under the GDPR guidelines, companies can be fined up to €20 million or 4% of the company's annual global turnover for violations such as using Google Analytics without obtaining consent. In addition, reputational damage can occur and expensive legal advice may be required.

With CCM19's Google Analytics Checker, website owners and developers can ensure that their websites are compliant with the GDPR and that they are using Google Analytics correctly to avoid costly data breaches. Try Google Analytics Checker for free now! Get instant results and make sure your website is GDPR compliant. Try it out now!

What are the guidelines for using Google Analytics?

Website operators and developers must comply with the current legal situation when using Google Analytics, for Germany these are the TDSG and the DSGVO. According to the current legal situation, website operators must obtain users' consent before collecting data via Google Analytics.

In addition, website operators must grant users access to the data collected via Google Analytics and give them the option to delete it. Of course, website operators must also comply with the GDPR, which stipulates that Google Analytics can only be run with the visitor's consent.

With CCM19's Google Analytics Checker, website owners and developers can ensure that their websites comply with the GDPR and that they are using Google Analytics correctly. Don't wait any longer - try Google Analytics Checker for free now!

Why use the Google Analytics Checker from CCM19?

Google Analytics Checker by CCM19 is the perfect solution for website owners and developers who want to make sure that their websites comply with the General Data Protection Regulation. It helps to check if Google Analytics is installed correctly and if the appropriate consent to use it has been given.

With just a few clicks, users get instant results and can ensure that their websites comply with the General Data Protection Regulation. Don't wait any longer - try Google Analytics Checker for free now! Get instant results and make sure your website is GDPR compliant. Give it a try!

How does the Google Analytics Checker work?

Google Analytics Checker scans the HTML content of your homepage and looks for the inclusion of a Google Analytics code. With Google Analytics Checker, users can check the DSGVO compliance of the code.

The tool automatically checks all settings and creates a report about non-compliant settings so that the operator can correct them immediately. The output page lists in detail where the current problems are.

Who currently needs Google Analytics Checker?

Google Analytics Checker is a useful tool for individuals or companies who want to ensure that their Google Analytics implementation complies with the requirements of data protection laws such as the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This is especially important for website owners or marketing teams that collect and process personal data.

It should be noted, however, that the Google Analytics Checker is merely a tool and does not constitute conclusive legal advice. A comprehensive data protection compliance check should always be performed by a qualified specialist lawyer or data protection expert.

TO SUMMARIZE BRIEFLY:

CCM19 Google Analytics Checker is a powerful tool that allows website owners to quickly obtain information about the Google Analytics code installed on their website and identify potential risks of non-compliant use. All companies that use Google Analytics should use the CCM19.

How do I know if I am using Google Analytics? Check now with the Google Analytics Checker!

To check if Google Analytics is installed on your website, you can use the Google Analytics Checker from CCM19. The checker scans your website for Google Analytics tags and indicates if there is an installation.

If you already have Google Analytics installed on your website, we recommend using our CCM19 Cookie Consent Banner to make sure your visitors are aware of your use of cookies. This is a great way to ensure that you are acting in a privacy compliant manner.

Google Analytics warning letter / payment request - what to do?

If you have received a warning or payment request because your website is not DSGVO compliant, you should react immediately. In many cases, this means that you need to check your compliance with the GDPR and take the necessary measures.

We recommend that you immediately use our Google Analytics Checker to check if your website is compliant with the GDPR guidelines. The tool allows you to quickly and easily determine if you are using Google Analytics.

"Google Analytics" - what is it?

Google Analytics is a free analytics tool that helps website owners track and understand the activities of visitors to their websites. It allows users to see information about the number of visitors and the pages they have visited.

They can also get information about how long a visitor stays on a page and what links they click. This information helps users figure out which elements on their website are the most popular and how they can improve the user experience.

Analytics tools like Google Analytics are a fundamental tool for any online business. Therefore, it is very important to stay DSGVO compliant.

Google Analytics - Data protection legal background / DSGVO - Google Analytics Checker

In order to stay privacy compliant, website owners need to ensure that their use of Google Analytics is DSGVO compliant. This includes using our Google Analytics Checker, which allows you to check whether your website complies with the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation. The checker scans your website for the correct code and indicates whether it is present or not.

If it finds no problems, you can be sure that your website is GDPR compliant. But if the checker finds a problem, we strongly recommend implementing the necessary changes to avoid a warning letter or payment request. With CCM19's Google Analytics Checker, you can quickly and easily find out if your website is data protection compliant.

Is Google Analytics DSGVO compliant? Test with the Google Analytics Checker.

Yes, Google Analytics can be DSGVO compliant. It is important to note that there are some requirements for using Google Analytics to ensure that it complies with data protection regulations.

These requirements include, but are not limited to, the use of the CCM19 (Required for GDPR Compliance) Cookie Consent Banner, which tells your visitors that cookies are being used on your website.

The CCM19 Google Analytics Checker helps you ensure that your use of Google Analytics complies with the requirements of the GDPR. This way you can avoid warning letters and payment requests.

How can I determine if Google Analytics is being used?

To check if Google Analytics is being used on your website, you can use Google Analytics Checker from CCM19. With Google Analytics Checker, you can quickly and easily determine if Google Analytics is present on your website.

If Google Analytics is found, you can use Google Analytics Checker to check if Google Analytics is used in a DSGVO compliant way. This way, you can make sure that your website complies with data protection requirements.

How is Google Analytics integrated?

Google Analytics can be integrated in several ways, but the easiest way is to embed the Google Analytics tracking code into the HTML code of your website. CCM19's Google Analytics Checker scans the page for the Google Analytics tracking code and gives you a message whether Google Analytics is present or not.

If you follow the instructions of Google Analytics Checker, you can embed Google Analytics on your website. Then you can use Google Analytics to track your website visitors and collect important data about them.

How do I check Google Analytics? With the Google Analytics Checker from CCM19!

With the Google Analytics Checker from CCM19 you can quickly and easily check if Google Analytics is properly integrated on your website. The Google Analytics Checker searches for the Google Analytics tracking code and indicates whether it is present or not.

If Google Analytics is found, the Google Analytics Checker then checks if Google Analytics is used in a DSGVO compliant way. If something is missing or wrong, we strongly recommend implementing the necessary changes to avoid a warning letter or payment request. With the Google Analytics Checker, you can be sure that Google Analytics is properly integrated on your website and used in a DSGVO-compliant way.

The Google Analytics Checker from CCM19 helps website owners to use Google Analytics in a DSGVO compliant way and to protect themselves from warning letters.

What is the problem with Google Analytics?

Google Analytics is a very useful tool for many website owners to track visitors and collect important data about them. However, Google Analytics must comply with the requirements of the GDPR in order to protect the privacy of visitors. If Google Analytics is not properly integrated or set up correctly, it can lead to serious legal violations. Therefore

What to do in case of a warning about Google Analytics?

In case of a warning letter because of Google Analytics, the Google Analytics Checker from CCM19 can help to fix the problem. The Google Analytics Checker scans your website and checks if Google Analytics is properly integrated.

If Google Analytics is found, the Google Analytics Checker also checks if Google Analytics is used in a DSGVO compliant way. If something is missing or wrong, we strongly recommend implementing the necessary changes to avoid a warning letter or payment request.

With the Google Analytics Checker you can check if Google Analytics is properly integrated on your website and used DSGVO compliant.

Can Google Analytics be used commercially?

Yes, Google Analytics can be used for commercial purposes. Google provides a tool that allows you to embed and use Google Analytics on your website. However, you must observe the DSGVO when doing so.

Google therefore recommends that you only integrate Google Analytics in compliance with data protection. The Google Analytics Checker from CCM19 scans the HTML code of your page and checks whether Google Analytics is correctly integrated and used in compliance with DSGVO. This allows you to use Google Analytics commercially without worrying about possible legal violations.

How do I download Google Analytics?

Google Analytics is a free tool provided by Google. To use Google Analytics on your website, you must first create a Google account and activate Google Analytics. Google provides a tool that allows you to embed Google Analytics on your website.

If Google Analytics has been correctly embedded via the Google tool, we strongly recommend using CCM19's Google Analytics Checker to ensure that Google Analytics is being used in a GDPR compliant manner.

Why is Google Analytics banned?

Google Analytics is not banned, but the GDPR imposes strict requirements on Google Analytics. Google Analytics may only be integrated and used if the visitor has been informed about the processing of his data and has consented to the processing.

Google therefore recommends that website operators integrate Google Analytics correctly and use it in a DSGVO-compliant manner. The Google Analytics Checker from CCM19 scans the HTML code of your page and checks whether Google Analytics is correctly embedded and used in a DSGVO-compliant manner. This allows you to use Google Analytics responsibly.

How much does Google Analytics cost?

Google Analytics is free, but certain requirements must be met in order to integrate and use Google Analytics in a DSGVO-compliant manner. Google provides a tool that allows you to embed Google Analytics on your website. Google recommends that you only use Google Analytics in a DSGVO-compliant manner. If Google Analytics has been integrated correctly, it can be helpful to use the Google Analytics Checker from CCM19.

What all can you measure with Google Analytics?

Google Analytics allows you to collect and analyze a variety of data. For example, Google Analytics can measure how many visitors visit your website, which pages are visited, how long visitors stay on certain pages, and where visitors come from.

Google Analytics can also be used to track events, create audience segments, generate reports, and more. However, Google recommends integrating Google Analytics only in compliance with the GDPR.

If Google Analytics has been properly integrated, we recommend using CCM19's Google Analytics Checker to ensure that Google Analytics is being used in a DSGVO compliant manner.

Is Google Analytics DSGVO compliant? The Google Analytics Checker provides answers.

No, Google Analytics is not DSGVO compliant. Google therefore recommends that you only integrate Google Analytics in a DSGVO-compliant manner. A correct integration can only be done by prior consent of the visitors.

Therefore, a cookie banner is unavoidable at this point if you want to use Google Analytics in a DSGVO-compliant manner. If Google Analytics has been correctly integrated via the Google Tool, we recommend using the Google Analytics Checker from CCM19 to ensure that Google Analytics is used in a DSGVO-compliant manner.

Is Google Analytics allowed in Germany?

Google Analytics is allowed in Germany, but Google recommends that website operators only integrate and use Google Analytics in a DSGVO-compliant manner. DSGVO-compliant use can only be achieved by using a cookie banner.

Why no Google Analytics?

Google Analytics is a very powerful and useful tool, but Google recommends website owners to integrate and use Google Analytics only in compliance with DSGVO. Google Analytics Checker is a tool that allows website owners to check Google Analytics integration on their website. It detects whether Google Analytics has been implemented correctly and whether Google Analytics has been integrated in accordance with the guidelines of the GDPR.

When will Google Analytics be switched off?

You can continue to collect and use data in your Universal Analytics properties until the end of June 2023. From July 1, 2023, you will still have access to the data you have already processed for at least six months. Because your data is important, we strongly recommend that you export your reports by then.


If you haven't created a new Google Analytics 4 property yet, the setup wizard will do it for you automatically. Some features of your Universal Analytics property, such as goals/conversions and connections to Google Ads, will be transferred to the new property. You can disable this in the setup wizard or in the notification banner that will appear soon.


In the coming months, we will inform you about the exact date when Universal Analytics Properties will no longer be available. From that date, you will no longer see Universal Analytics reports in the Analytics UI and will no longer be able to retrieve data via the API.