Not sure how to implement Google Tag Manager on your Webflow site? Don't worry, I outline each step in this article.
Google Tag Manager is a tool that helps you track your visitors on your website. The tool assists you in managing and deploying analytics and marketing tags as well as other code snippets. You can learn more about Google Tag Manager via Google’s own site. While there is a dedicated plugin for implementing Google Tag Manager into a Wordpress site, there is no such thing for Webflow, since Webflow does not support plugins. So how do you deploy Google Tag Manager on your Webflow site? That’s what I’m going to show you in this article! Let’s go...
Google Tag Manager requires a Google Analytics account to work. So, what you do need to do first is to either create a new account or sign into your existing one by going to http://www.google.com/analytics/
Now you are ready to go to https://tagmanager.google.com/ and create a new account by filling in the required details as shown below.
Once you have done this, you will see a tracking code which comes in two parts as shown in the screenshot here:
That’s it, you’re done. You have now installed Google Tag Manager on your site. In case you need to change the code for some reason, you can always just do this once inside your symbol and the changes will be applied anywhere your symbol appears.
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