May 13, 2020
Google Tag Manager Masterclass for Beginners 2.0 is live!
Finally! The 2.0 version of my Google Tag Manager Masterclass for Beginners is now launched and anyone interested can enroll. All of my existing beginner course students already got access last week.
Some of them (see the email below) have even completed a solid chunk of it. Which is just WOW!
Anyway, let’s go straight to the point. You’re probably wondering what is GTM Masterclass for Beginners 2.0 and why is it better than the previous version?
What is GTM Masterclass 2.0?
When I started learning GTM, I have wasted way too much time trying to figure out things on my own.
Some people think that GTM is simple and once you add GA pageview tracking, start tracking some links, you’re done.
However, this is 1000% false. GTM is quite complex once you really start using it and want to track something beyond clicks. And that’s where the main struggle comes in. I personally wasted hundreds of hours debugging things that I should have known already. But I didn’t know that because I did not see the full picture.
My GTM knowledge was fractured and I knew a little of this and a little of that.
I want you to avoid this mistake that I did and I want you to take the fastest and the best way to learn Google Tag Manager. My GTM Masterclass for Beginners 2.0.
In this course, I’ll show you a step-by-step process on how to properly learn GTM and how to connect the dots. It is heavily based on practical tasks (that you’ll find plenty in the course).
Eliminate the guesswork. Instead of wasting months on self-education and playing detective, you could be up-and-running with GTM in several weeks (or even less if you dedicate more time).
What will you learn in the GTM Masterclass 2.0?
In this Google Tag Manager Course for Beginners, you will learn:
- How to save money and time, be in control of your website tracking, launch tracking campaigns faster, and avoid hassles with developers
- The fastest way to understand GTM and how to pick the right way to track events on your site
- How to implement analytics/marketing tools, like Google Analytics, Google Ads, Facebook Pixel, on your website
- How to track conversions with the most popular analytics/marketing tools
- How to reduce the impact of Intelligent Tracking Prevention
- How to easily and properly test your new implementation
- How to make your tag management GDPR-compliant
- How to apply your new knowledge in real-life projects (by getting access to templates, cheat-sheets, checklists, etc.)
It will build your knowledge and skills, allowing you to apply this powerful tool on your own (or your clients’) websites. You will see the full picture of GTM that every beginner MUST know.
Why is GTM Masterclass 2.0 better than the older version?
The older version of the course (we’ll call it 1.0) was already good and many students can confirm that. However, there’s always some room for improvement.
Here are the main improvements:
- The learning process is more streamlined. Video lessons are now split into main ones and the optional/additional ones. The duration of the main videos is cut down to 8 hours total (in v1.0 it was 9 hours). But if you get stuck and want to dive into a certain topic, feel free to take the additional lessons.
- It is now the most up-to-date Google Tag Manager course in the market.
- All videos contain English subtitles for those who might struggle to understand certain words.
- More focus is put on the ITP (Intelligent tracking prevention) and how to reduce its impact
- There are several lessons with interactive tasks that will help you learn Data Layer much faster
- A new DVTT Framework that will help you much faster learn GTM and properly understand how different components are connected. And, also, how to pick the correct tracking method FAST.
And these are just the major updates. There are many smaller tweaks to help you learn GTM much faster. It’s all about the overall experience and it is definitely improved.
Introducing the DVTT framework
I’ve been teaching GTM beginners for many years and I’ve noticed that many of them struggle at the beginning with how different GTM components are connected and how to track certain interactions.
Then, I came up with a framework that was supposed to help them better memorize and understand the necessary steps. It was polished and updated multiple times while it finally reached the current state.
DVTT is the way how I teach beginners to use GTM and it was proven to be very effective in learning speed. You won’t any information about it on my blog because it is exclusively created for my course students.
In fact, if you take a look at the first screenshot in this post (of an email), you’ll notice that the framework is indeed highly appreciated.
But don’t take my word for it
It’s impossible to promote my own product without bias, that’s why I’ve asked some of my students to share their experience with the course. And what I got exceeded my highest expectations.
First, let’s start with Sarah who said that “This course is one of the best investments I’ve made in my career”.
Then, I also contacted Ateeq who also seemed to have benefitted a lot from the course. “When I took this course, I immediately noticed a significant impact on my freelancing business”, he said.
In his video, Ateeq touches several very valid ideas that I always try to communicate out loud:
- GTM might look an easy-to-learn tool but it’s not
- There is a lot of information scattered across the web and it requires a lot of effort to connect the dots. Google’s documentation is also quite confusing/time-consuming
If you think that it is possible to learn it by yourself, you’re right. It is possible.
But how much time will waste on that and how many times will you get stuck? That number is much larger than you think now. I’ve been in that situation. And if I could change the past and get my wasted time back, I’d take a premium GTM course without any hesitation and save SOOO much time.
I mentioned the word “premium” for a reason. Many people think that they can take any random Udemy course and that will work for them. Again, that depends on your needs. If you want to track super basic stuff like clicks, then yeah, Udemy can work. In fact, free Youtube videos are even better here.
However, if you have more serious needs and want to track more complex things, Udemy might disappoint you. Some of my current students started with Udemy but then eventually ended up enrolling in my course. Here’s an example:
If you are a GTM beginner (or maybe have been using for a while but are still struggling), have a look at my Masterclass 2.0. It has already helped many students to fast-track their GTM skills and you could become one of them too.
If you have any questions, feel free to post a comment below!