Same time last year, I’ve published a batch of 19 witty Google Tag Manager Reaction GIFs and the response from the community was pretty awesome. So following Holywood’s best practices, I’m turning this into a franchise and today is the day when the 2nd installment goes live. I hope I won’t follow another Holywood’s best practice, posting shitty sequels.
Updated: March 19th, 2018. While talking with marketers, I noticed that one of the most popular topics among them is form tracking. Unfortunately, in some cases form tracking might become a real pain in the butt (especially if a marketer has no clue what CSS or HTML is). But do not fear because in this blog post I’ll show you 6 Google Tag Manager form tracking techniques. Hint: some of them will require developer’s input, but I’ll try my best to put everything in plain English.
It has already been ~1,5 years since I launched Analytics Mania and published my 1st blog post. I always wanted this blog, as a side project, to succeed but it was more of an innocent wish rather than a serious intention. And honestly, I never thought it would be growing so well. Although there are still a lot of things to do, I feel like I’m in a right direction.
Today, there are already 100 blog posts published and more guides/tutorials/whatever are on their way. So I wanted to “celebrate” this occasion by sharing a little piece of what’s behind the curtain + a list of most popular content + a list of my favorite blog posts.
A question from the audience: How can I export a part of Google Tag Manager container? Currently, a container consists of many tags, triggers, and variables, and I just want to transfer some them to another container. When I need a complete copy of container’s assets, I use Google Tag Manager export feature. But how can I export just a part of it?