If your website or ecommerce store has a login feature (for your visitors/customers), you should definitely measure that. Since the tool of choice on my blog is Google Analytics, I’ll show you several options on how to track logins with Google Tag Manager and send it to Google Analytics. Oh,
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So, you have probably landed on this article because you are working with multiple domains (e.g. domain1.com and domain2.com) and have some doubts on how to handle Google Tag Manager. Should you use one GTM container on all domains? Or should you use one container per domain?
In this guide, I’ll
Direct traffic in Google Analytics is often misunderstood. If you think that direct traffic is the one that enters your website’s address in the address bar or accesses it via bookmarks, I have some bad news. In reality, that is just a fraction of what direct traffic really is.
If you’ve ever used Google Analytics, Google Adwords, Google Tag Manager, or any other Google’s analytics/marketing tools, chances are that you’ve at least heard of Google Tag Assistant, or, most probably, even used it. That’s no surprise because it’s a really handy debugging tool!
Even though many of Analytics
On May 25th 2018, General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came in effect, meaning that online businesses that get visitors from the European Union, must track visitor/user behavior and collect data more carefully, responsibly, and with consent.
I will not go into details what GDPR is (there are other great blog posts
There are already plenty of resources online that explain how to implement Google Analytics Cross-domain tracking. However, it feels that the questions of this topic are still one of the most popular ones in the community (source of this statement: my gut). And that’s no surprise. Sometimes people just blindly
In today’s blog post, I will not rant about how important goals are in Google Analytics and that every GA setup MUST use them. If you landed on this blog post, chances are that you are already trying to implement them. Kudos for that!
In Universal Analytics, sometimes goals are not
Over the course of the last several days, this issue became more popular than ever, therefore, I decided to write a quick blog post. So here’s the problem: you enable Google Tag Manager Preview and Debug mode and see that a certain (or maybe multiple) Universal Analytics tag is displayed as
In the middle of October 2018, Google Tag Manager silently introduced a new feature that caused some questions in the GTM community (including me), an Undefined variable.
In this quick guide, I’ll shed some light on what an Undefined variable in Google Tag Manager is and where you can use it.
First of all, you