There are hundreds of services for site tracking, advertising, customization, and, in general, souping up your ability to measure, reach, and convert your visitors.
When most people think about tag management, they think about Google Tag Manager (GTM), Adobe Launch, and Adobe DTM. And, usually, companies are using the tag manager provided by their chosen web and/or app analytics vendor.
This article highlights what a vendor-agnostic tag manager product, Tealium iQ, brings to the table. Tealium iQ is a feature-rich product that also has a unique angle to tag management compared to the market-dominating products.
As an optimizer, it’s your responsibility to understand the implementation and analysis of digital analytics. Gone are the days of relying on the IT department to help you with basic analytics tracking. [Tweet It!] Fortunately, Google Tag Manager makes it easy.
Still, many optimizers don’t use Google Tag Manager (or any tag manager, for that matter) because it looks daunting. The truth is that once you understand the basics, it essentially becomes a second language.
As more and more business owners are learning about the benefits of the new version of Google Analytics (referred to as “Universal Analytics”) as well as the utility of Tag Management Systems (made even more popular by the release of the free Google Tag Manager), Peep reached out to me to write an article about moving an inline GA implementation to Google Tag Manager. This is work we do often over at Analytics Ninja, so I feel more than happy to provide this guide for CXL’s readers. There are many benefits of using a Tag Management System, though as my friend Julien Coquet puts it, “it’s not a miracle cure.” If you take a quick look at any TMS vendor’s benefits page, you’ll notice the following big points stick out (here are Google’s):