Google Tag Manager

Using Google Tag Manager for Visitors Without JavaScript

March 23, 2015

Sometimes, it can be useful to track browsers that do not execute JavaScript, whether we’re tracking hits, email click throughs, or other image tags. This can help your organization gauge how many users cannot make use of JavaScript-powered features, determine if things like headless browser-based bots are frequently scraping your site, and understand more about […]

Tracking Page Prints with Google Tag Manager

March 12, 2015

Do you have pages on your site that users may try to print? For example, retail companies with brick-and-morter stores may be interested in knowing if users are printing out product details, coupons, or directions pages. Or publishers may want to know if users are printing their articles. This can all be tracked with event tracking in Google Analytics. […]

Where Should The Google Tag Manager Snippet Be Placed?

December 12, 2014

Perhaps this sounds familiar: Your team has just decided to start transitioning to Google Tag Manager. However, you’re stuck on where you need to place the container code. Traditionally, you’ve placed the Google Analytics immediately before the closing head tag, or perhaps it’s even still in the footer. (gasp!) With Google Tag Manager the placement […]

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