Are you looking for ways to fire a specific tracking script or pop-up after 20-second-delay? If your answer is Yes, then hop on board, because I’ll show you how to make use of timer trigger (gtm.timer) in Google Tag Manager.
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Updated: May 20th, 2017. If you’re already using Facebook for marketing, you want to measure the results and be more efficient, right? But how can you track interactions such as LIKE button clicks? What about conversions? Everything used to work like this – you send an email to the developer with requirements of what should be tracked and it takesRead more
Updated: May 18th, 2017. If you’re using Google Tag Manager as often as I do, you’re probably looking for new ways to improve your performance, catch bugs faster and deliver the final result without much hassle. If my guess was right, you’ll enjoy these 12 top Google Tag Manager extensions for Google Chrome. And the best part – they’reRead more
Cookies are a super important part of the web. Imagine the world without them: you wouldn’t be able to use your Facebook or Twitter. They help retain data throughout a user’s visit on a webpage, so naturally they’re an important component of web analytics, as well. By default, Google Analytics and other analytics tools useRead more
Have you ever wondered why some sites display a cookie consent notice? If you or your business is located in the European Union, or if you are targeting EU citizens AND you’re using tracking software (i.e. Google Analytics), then you need to display a cookie consent notification on your website. In this Google Tag ManagerRead more