3 ways to add Google tag manager or GTM code to a WordPress Blog. Edit header and footer files, or edit functions.php. Finally, use a plugin
How to measure the real bounce rate in Google Analytics via Google Tag Manager for a content site or blog where the main source of traffic is organic search
Simple and easy step by step guide to setup tracking PDF file downloads located anywhere on the website or blog using Google tag manager.
Track internal links click on a website or blog using Google tag manager to help understand which area of the website or blog gets more user attention
How to track click on buttons like contact us, download, learn more, buy now on a blog or website via Google tag manager.
How to track embedded YouTube videos on a blog or website for user interactions like start, pause, play via Google tag manager.
The step by step guide creating the trigger and tag to track form submissions on any particular page of a website or a blog via Google Tag Manager.
Tracking page scroll depth Via Google Tag Manager can give you insights about how much visitors are scrolling pages to read the content
Boost your affiliate marketing efforts by tracking affiliate link clicks via Google tag manager. Sending link clicks data to Google analytics as events.
Google Ads Conversions using Google Tag Manager is one of the easiest way to start tracking conversions for Google Ads.
Google Tag Manager can track the amount of traffic sent to other websites from links placed on the website. Reports include each link clicked for each page.
Many bloggers have written about benefits of Google tag Manager but not from this point of view. These GTM benefits will definitely tempt you to using it
Understand the basics of Google tag Manager and how to connect with Google Analytics such that you don’t need to use Google Analytics code on your website.