Environment - is a set of necessary elements of technical / software infrastructure, which is the basis for the operation of a given website/application. Google Tag Manager environments are simply multiple versions of the same container. When we have a website with a different version for development, testing, production and QA, instead of creating separate GTM containers for each version, we can set up separate environments in the same container that will work independently in each version.
Some time ago I listened to a podcast from the Technical Marketing Handbook series from Simo Ahava, whose guest was Adam Halbardier from the Google Tag Manager product team. During the conversation, the topic of transparency of data handled by the Server-Side container appeared.
If you plan email marketing campaigns you are interested in the same as with other campaigns, to measure their impact on your business. When you are starting with this topic it is good to know that without additional effort you will not be able to access this impact. You will see no results because Google Analytics will treat traffic from the email campaigns as direct traffic (when users are using your own app) or as referrals (when users are using web email clients).
This guide is all about how to implement OneTrust cookie consent on your website. This is complex guide how to do it step by step using OneTrust Autoblocking for scripts implemented directly in your website and Google Consent mode for scripts which are implemented using Google Tag Manager.
Conversion is the most important and interesting event for you. It is extremely interesting to know how this happened. What steps did customers take before downloading the file or purchasing the item? When a customer conversion occurs, it is rarely the customer's first interaction with your website or brand. To understand the steps, you need to look at the conversion paths that will illustrate the overall sequence of platforms and touchpoints involved.
Facebook conversion tracking on the server side gives you oportunity to minimize usage of java script libraries on the client side and may reduce page load time. Running facebook conversion tracking codes on the server side may gives you better security for your clients data. You can have also more control over the data and decide which you want to send to facebook. Additional feature is that this solution minimizes the impact of ad blockers.
Implementation of Google Ads server side tracking has couple of advantages:
The standard, default Google Tag Manager implementation of GA4 is client side tracking. It means that client, in this situation: users browser like Google Chrome or Mozzila, is responsible for launching GTM/GA4 scripts and sending them to Google.
After 18 years of service, Google Analytics, also known as Universal Analytics, will be sunset by Google and replaced by a new tool, Google Analytics 4 (GA4). GA4 was built to expand Google data tracking capabilities to reflect current challenges and evolution in digital marketing, and in 2023 Google will force companies to fully migrate to this new tool.
This guide is all about how to implement Google Analytics(GA4) on Shopify. To setup GA4 on Shopify website we use Google Tag Manger(GTM) and Shopify data layer.