After publishing the notice in Twitter, some people asked what was going to happen with the content already hosted there, so I’m moving all the content I wrote there in my own blog, this is in this blog.… Lee el resto de la entrada
You may have already migrated your Google Analytics Implementation to Universal Analytics. It may happen that you still have some legacy ga snippet lying around in some pages without having noticed it, for example in some landing pages that are not belong the default CMS system/templates.
But we can easily check this out just looking at Google Analytics data. It’s as easy as crossing your pageview/event reports with the “Data Source” dimension… Lee el resto de la entrada
This time, we’ll be using Google Tag Manager itself, to find pages in our site that may be missing Google Tag Manager. Ok, it may sound strange, but was not able to find any other way to say it .
Basically we’re going to use a custom html tag, to detect is the previous page had loaded Google Tag Manager code.
To achive this we’ll be using a single
Custom HTML tag ,a
cookie and … Lee el resto de la entrada
At the moment, Google Tag Manager listeners are limited to Form Submits, Link Clicks and Clicks (for any DOM element). We are going to write a custom listener for hover intents by users. This means that we’re not only to do something when the user pass the mouse pointer over an element, but instead we’re waiting a certain time with the mouse over the element before submitting the action to GTM.
For this we’re … Lee el resto de la entrada
I’m going to share some of the tips and tricks I’ve learnt (and that I use on my daily basics work) in the almost past 3 years since Google Tag Manager was released.
Tip #1 – Grabbing a dataLayer value from the console
If we want to grab the current value in the Google Tag Manager’s dataLayer, it offers a built-in get method for it. When GTM loads a global object is created named … Lee el resto de la entrada
Another problem that is usually present is having duplicated transactions. And this hopefully is … Lee el resto de la entrada
If you’re migrating from classic Google Analytics (_gaq object) to Universal Analytics, or planning to migrate your old hardcoded events to use Google Tag Manager you may have run in the case that not all old tracked was really removed from the site by the client. And it’s really hard to find it out.
We’ll learn today how to track this situation natively using just in-built Google Tag Manager features and allowing us to track … Lee el resto de la entrada
I was looking for something new to track within the websites interactions, and I decided to give a try to track the user’s intent to print our pages.
So I’m going to show you my own approach for tracking this user action using Google Tag Manager.
We’ll need to create a new tag with the following code will allow us to track the user printing intent when he clicks on printing from the … Lee el resto de la entrada
If you using Facebook, Twitter, Github or any other service to autenticate your users, you may have noticed that they end showing up as referral traffic from the oauth service.
User lands from CPC -> Logs in -> Respawns a new visit as referral
We could think on adding those domains to the ignored referrals within our view configuration, but this will and hidding the real referal traffic from those networks.
The screenshot above is … Lee el resto de la entrada
With the new Universal Analytics cookies and everything being calculated server-side, it’s more difficult to detect some attribution problems or verifying if they were already fixed.
For example after fixing a self-referrals problem we can continue getting more of them in our reports if some users were previusly tagged in Google Analytics.
One little trick we could use is to grab the cookie creation date from the “_ga” cookie, convert it to an … Lee el resto de la entrada