Guide to Google Tag Manager Setup

When you had already your Google Analytics set up for your account, then managing to setup the google tag manager is a necessity to get you the most of analytics results. To know how to start with Tag Manager, check for the tagmanager.google.com to get free account. Create the container, which will provide a snippet of tool, after setting up the account. The code looks like an Analytics code. Each of the pages is assigned with bucket wherein the codes will be added. Most of the platform allows on easy managing of the tool. Among the platforms include joomla, hubspot, ektron, wordpress and drupal. For wordpress, there is a plugin ready help with the setting. You just need to provide the google tag manager account.

google tag manager set up

Each of the empty bucket will need to be supplied with the relevant tags, Also the Adwords source code were needed to ne added in the manager, that is, migration takes place quickly. Additionally, the custom html tags are added for the third party such as the social media sites; Facebook, Google+, Twitter etc. Identify each entry through a name tag. An option to run the tag on selected page is also available. With this, you can control of which of the tags are needed to be fired on a certain period or time only. Then, hit save when you finished filling up the empty bucket. Click on “publish” to allow the tag become live on the website. Create folders to organize all of the buckets easily.

To confirm you have done right on these buckets, install Google Tag Assistant extension. See of the Google Analytics and tag manager tags are in your bucket. You can delete old tags when needed. Getting in touch with someone to do the setup through google tag manager help will make it quick to work with the tags properly.