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Once you have added the Google Tag Manager (GTM) container code to every page of your website, the hard part is over! Now we can move on to the fun stuff: creating our very first tag. Nine times out of ten, your first tag will be the Google Analytics Tracking Code tag so that we can continue to monitor our website traffic – so this is the tag we are going to focus on for today’s post.
The great thing about GTM is its ease of use, Google Tag Manager makes it quick and easy for us to add different tags to our site, usually without requiring the IT team’s involvement. If we follow the step-by-step instructions laid out in the GTM interface, in no time we will have created several tags and added them to our website. Read More
Google Tag Manager (GTM) is a great tool for easily adding marketing page tags to your site (especially if you have more than a few elements you would like to track). Once you have made the decision to take advantage of Google’s incredibly easy to use tag management platform, your next step will be to focus on the implementation. GTM saves time and resources when it comes to adding new tags to your pages, but none of this can be beneficial if you have not placed the container code in the correct place on your website.Read More