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Tag Inspector is a website audit and compliance platform that verifies an organization’s tag deployment across all of their sites and pages, alerting site administrators of any discrepancies. With Tag Inspector website audits, you can be confident that data is being properly collected on your website and that no unauthorized tags are collecting PII data about your visitors.
The tag hierarchy report will show exactly how a tag is firing on the site, regardless of how it is deployed. Whether on the source of the page, within a tag management system (such as Google Tag Manager), or even piggy-backing off another tag, the hierarchy views will give you robust visual of the tag load tree and dependencies. Nifty when performing a website audit and needing an inventory of tags firing across your site.
With over 1000 tags in our library, you can be confident no tag will be missed in the website audit. There is no limit to how many tags we can scan for and show in the reports and interface. Auditing your site for all tags and marketing technologies is a breeze.
Make sure you and your client’s data are both protected and compliant. Data from your tags can often be passed/reused by other systems, especially when piggy-backing of tags occur. The Policies features allow you to be alerted when a tag is found when it shouldn’t be during your website audit, when a tag is missing entirely, or even if a tag isn’t loading in the correct way, such as directly on the source of the site and not deployed through a tag management system.
What’s a guy or gal to do once they’ve set up their tag management system (TMS)? Tags have been migrated, removing tags or deploying new tags is easier than ever and all is smooth sailing…so what could be left? Our upcoming webinar on Next Level Tag Management, of course! This webinar will take you to […]
This is a guest post written by Matthew La Fontaine, in collaboration with the Piwik PRO tag management and web analytics team. Are you absolutely certain you’ve done everything possible to secure the setup you’re running your tag management system (TMS) on? It’s better you get the bad news here than from someone else: If […]
‘Dirty Data’ has a catchy ring to it, eh? So…what does it mean? It could refer to data that the Dirty Data webinar (and tell your friends, if for no other reason than because it’s a great name…but mostly because it’s a webinar they won’t want to miss!).