How to use Tag Manager to record interaction on your website

Listen, I’m really telling you. I just spent 45 (no! Not Cusco!) minutes trying and retrying to record the video that accompanies this post. Every time I recorded it I said “pay close attention when setting up the conversion goal in Analytics, it has to be exactly the same as in Tag Manager or it doesn’t work.” And then I went and it didn’t work out and it was because of a capital letter there. This is what it is! Hello! As you take? You’ll be on your way until (rhyme however you want)… Right? I’m looking forward to Santa Claus night and seeing Marina’s face. How exciting!

Why record the interaction of our users?

There I was, smiling while José showed me his super cool website. An ecommerce that industry email list doesn’t even look good. Those at Amazon do not stop making offers for everything on the website. Cucha, he was extremely proud. Then I looked at him and said, “the add to my wishlist button has to go.” He turned white on me… Have you ever wondered if there are elements on your website that, despite being cooler than Baltasar’s thong, are useless?

Step by step: record clicks in Analytics with Tag Manager

I put some section titles that are from deSEO. Do you catch? Hey? Do you see how fine? Well, now that you are rubbing your hands, not because Database USA of the cold but because of the number of questions that you will be able to answer in a few days, I am going to tell you how to do it. OK? Of course, if you are a lazy person, then take a look at the video. If not, then read. And if you want a starter guide to Tag Manager , then there you have it. Come on! 1. Activate click-related system variables A few months ago I set up this tracking and it was a little more difficult than now

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