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Google Analytics is one of the most popular web analytics tools used globally today by all types of organizations. Implementing Google Analytics across your site, or across multiple sites, can sometimes be challenging and many issues can arise from inconsistent or missing tracking. Verifying data quality and accuracy with Google Analytics data collection across an entire website is important, but manually checking each and every page to find Google Analytics tracking tag can be daunting! Ensure all pages on your site have Google Analytics tracking tag firing properly and troubleshoot your Google Analytics data collection with Tag Inspector today.
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Tag Inspector’s detailed reports will show exactly where and how tags are firing, and even what cookies were set by tags allowing you to pinpoint areas on your site where data collection may be broken. The Google Analytics troubleshooting modules show critical errors in analytics deployment, such as duplicate tracking on the same page, as well as which account and property numbers were fired on site. Find the Google Analytics tracking tag on each page of your site with ease.
There’s nothing like a journey that improves website performance! In A Tag Management Journey Webinar, we discussed the journey from start to finish (and maintenance), providing insights and resources that will be helpful along the way. Specifically, we’ll cover: How to understand your goals Performing your first (and ongoing) audit Developing a tag policy Developing […]
What an incredible webinar! In this Tag Inspector training webinar we demonstrated how Tag Inspector can remove the burden from your shoulders. We covered the automation of ongoing data layer validation, from ensuring the object is on each page to checking for specific values with corresponding events. Catch the recap below: Want the slides? […]
A question I have found myself asking, on more than one occasion, when implementing tags and tracking pixels is: “Why is this so difficult?” Well, to be perfectly honest, it was more emphatic. Something along the lines of “WHY is this so difficult!?!” while staring at my computer screen as if to imply that the […]