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Free Webinar: Cross Domain Tracking in Google Tag Manager

Cross Domain Tracking with Google Analytics

UPDATE: Due to events beyond our control, the webinar has been postponed until Tuesday, November 5th at 1:00pm EST. Our sincere apologies.

It’s been almost a year since Google Tag Manager was introduced, and as we scan the product forum, it’s clear there are still many questions about how it works (both generally and specifically).

But the question that comes up the most frequently by far is “how do I do cross domain tracking in Google Tag Manager?”

To help answer this specific question, we’re hosting a free webinar at 1pm (EST) on November 5th. We’ll help you understand the problem of cross domain tracking (what it is, how it affects your data, etc.) and how to implement cross domain tracking in Google Tag Manager with a step-by-step guide.

UPDATE

We knew there was a lot of interest in this topic, but we didn’t expect to fill up the webinar so quickly! The registration for this webinar is closed now, but if we will host it again if there’s enough interest. Just sign up below:

Jim Gianoglio

About Jim Gianoglio

Jim Gianoglio is a Senior Digital Analyst at LunaMetrics. He works with implementation and analysis of Google Analytics, and spearheads the LunaMetrics Google Analytics seminars across the country. Want to see him in action? He'll be leading some of our upcomingGoogle Analytics trainings. Before succumbing to the siren song of analytics, he led the SEO campaigns of Fortune 500 companies in the insurance, retail and CPG industries. Things you didn’t know about Jim: he has biked from Pittsburgh to Washington DC, photographs weddings, and roasts his own coffee beans.

http://www.lunametrics.com/blog/2013/09/24/webinar-cross-domain-tracking-google-tag-manager/

5 Responses to “Free Webinar: Cross Domain Tracking in Google Tag Manager”

Albert Somlith says:

Is it possible to have the UTM parameters from A.com pass through to B.com?

@Albert –

With cross domain tracking, whatever the source, medium, campaign, etc. are for the first domain (A.com) that information gets passed passed along to the second domain (B.com) through the cookie information. You won’t actually see UTM parameters in the URL of B.com, you’ll just see the cookie info.

Ana Hernandez says:

I attended the November 5th cross domain tracking webinar and it was very helpful and informative. You mentioned that a recorded version of the webinar would be posted to the blog, but I have yet to see it. Will you still be posting the recorded webinar to the blog?

Thanks!

@Ana -

Yes – we’re working on the blog post that will include the recorded webinar, along with the step-by-step instructions written out. We’ll be posting it soon!