If you use Google Analytics (GA) to analyze web traffic on your site, you may also want to track contact form submissions, right? A question I hear frequently is “can I track form submissions in GA?”. The answer is yes and I’ll show you how. In order to make Google Analytics form tracking happen, you’ll […]
So you’ve added a Google Tag Manager snippet to a website (by carefully following the instructions). Website’s developer contacts you and says that Google Tag Manager snippet generates errors (gtm.js 404) and keeps littering his error log. Well, there’s a simple solution for this issue.
If you’re already using Twitter as a marketing tool, you want to measure the results, right? But how can you track interactions such as “Tweet” button clicks? Is Google Analytics Twitter Tracking possible? Sure it is! In this blog post I’ll show you how you can achieve it. This solution requires Google Tag Manager to be implemented […]
Lately, I was checking my Evernote account and remembered I had bookmarked a lot of various Google Tag Manager resources – including my favorite blog posts, people to follow, recipes, etc. That folder is constantly updated and becomes really useful when I forget how something should be implemented. Today I am sharing that entire folder with you […]
If you’re tracking embedded Youtube player in your website (with Google Tag manager), you’ve probably read tutorials by Lunametrics, Cardinal Path or Optimize Smart. All 3 tutorials follow the same principle – you need to fire a Youtube listener tag, it pushes events to dataLayer (pause, play, etc.) and then you transfer data to Google Analytics. […]
In case you didn’t know, Inspectlet is a user testing tool. As your visitors use your site, it will record Mouse movements, scroll, click, and key-press, Heatmaps, Click Heatmaps, Scroll Heatmaps. Every recorded user session can be played back later (as a video). It’s really useful if you want to understand how users interact with your […]