Google Tag Manager

  • How To Track Visitors Blocking Your Ads In WordPress

    … Have you ever wanted to know exactly how many people visiting your WordPress website are blocking your ads? If so, you're in luck. This guide will show you how to tag new sessions from visitors using AdBlockers with a Google Analytics custom event. Then show you how to segment users with AdBlockers via an advanced segment in Google Analytics. The post How To Track Visitors Blocking Your Ads In WordPress appeared first on PenguinWP. …

    Andy Forsberg/ Penguin Initiativesin Blogging How To's- 13 readers -
  • Google Tag Manager: What Marketers Need to Know

    … Do you use tracking codes on your website? Have you heard of Google Tag Manager? To discover what Google Tag Manager is and how to use it, I interview Christopher Penn. More About This Show The Social Media Marketing podcast is an on-demand talk radio show from Social Media Examiner. It’s designed to help busy marketers and business owners…

    Michael Stelzner/ Social Media Examinerin Google- 19 readers -
  • Must-Track Website Metrics For 2016

    … to be able and create more. Julien Coquet wrote a really good how-to on measuring the impact of adblocking with Google Analytics and GTM (Google Tag Manager) that you need to read and follow. Implement Juliens solution and start measuring the impact of adblocking within minutes. First, add a script to the source code of your website and upload…

    State of Digitalin Social- 17 readers -
  • Google Tag Manager Tracking Guide for WordPress

    … This guide shows you how to track: External Link Clicks Internal Link Clicks Affiliate Link Clicks Anchor Link Clicks 404 Errors Comment Form Submissions Contact Form 7 Submissions Subscriber Opt-Ins Social Follows Media Shares Social Shares How to setup Google Tag Manager Tracking in WordPress Create Google Account or Login to your existing…

    Andy Forsberg/ Penguin Initiativesin Google Blogging- 14 readers -
  • Snapchat Native Video Ads: This Week in Social Media

    … collections from influencers you care about and get more information about the products or places you find interesting.” These updates will make it “easier for you to discover rich and relevant content about products and places on Twitter.” Here are a couple of cool social media tools worth checking out: Google Tag Manager Fundamentals…

    Cindy King/ Social Media Examinerin Social- 43 readers -
  • Google Tag Manager Tracking Guide for WordPress

    … This guide shows you how to track: External Link Clicks Internal Link Clicks Affiliate Link Clicks Anchor Link Clicks 404 Errors Comment Form Submissions Contact Form 7 Submissions Subscriber Opt-Ins Social Follows Media Shares Social Shares How to setup Google Tag Manager Tracking in WordPress Create Google Account or Login to your existing…

    Andy Forsberg/ Penguin Initiativesin Google Blogging- 9 readers -
  • Webinar Recap: Measuring Intent With Google Analytics

    … Last week, I did gave a free webinar on measuring mid-funnel activity using Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager. If you missed it, here’s the recording: During the webinar, I made mention of several links and resources that would be available afterward. Here’s the link bundle containing everything: http://portent.co/measuring-intent…

    Michael Wiegand/ Portent, Incin Paid Search Google- 12 readers -
  • Google Tag Manager: Why we like it (and why you might too!)

    … Google Tag Manager has been around since October 2012 letting you “Add or update your website tags and mobile applications, easily and for free, whenever you want, without bugging the IT folks.” Here’s how it works: you make a container in Tag Manager to hold code snippets (like those you get for Google Analytics, Adwords Remarketing…

    Attacat of Edinburghin Paid Search Google- 7 readers -
  • Using A Google Tag Manager Listener To Get Your Real Bounce Rate

    …. Google Analytics Sees Your Event As A User Engagement You should see a marked drop in bounce rate. Boy, I sure did. Adding the Event changes the way Google Analytics calculates bounce rate. When the Event is sent, Google Analytics sees this as a visitor engagement, just as it would if the visitor had clicked on something. Therefore, anyone who…

    Brian Massey/ Marketing Landin Google- 10 readers -
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