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Trigger Groups in Google Tag Manager. What’s new in this?

  • Posted by Jay Sankhla
  • On July 4, 2019
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  • Digital Analytics, event trigger, Google Analytics, Google Tag Manager, google tag manager update, GTM, GTM update, scroll depth trigger, tags, trigger groups, trigger type
Trigger Group is the new update in Google Tag Manager which is present in trigger type and can be added to tags. This interesting feature allows a tag to match multiple trigger conditions by establishing a grouping among those triggers. This won’t fire the tag until every trigger in the group has fired at least […]
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Nary_Max?…What is it & Why it’s important

  • Posted by Garima Mathur
  • On June 28, 2019
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  • data studio, data visualization, Datavinci, Digital Analytics, Google Analytics, Nary_max, Web analytics
A blog on Nary_Max! So, I have a simple question……Why do we use Google DataStudio? (Hint….the answer’s not the fact that its free) Is it to show data and its different visualizations in a beautiful aesthetic format? Yes Is it to show data  in a more dynamic and organized way, thus helping in analysis and […]
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How to capture scroll depth of web page using Google Tag Manager (GTM)?

How to capture scroll depth of web page using Google Tag Manager (GTM)?

  • Posted by Shadab Ahmad
  • On March 25, 2019
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  • Digital Analytics, Google Analytics, Google Tag Manager, scroll depth trigger
In this post I’ll cover one of the recent releases for Google Tag Manager, which is setting trigger based on Scroll Depth. I will also provide step by step explanation on how you can implement various tags based on how deep the users usually navigate through your various web pages Combining scroll depth trigger with […]
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Bucket Testing

  • Posted by datavinci
  • On November 7, 2017
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  • AB testing, Digital Analytics, Personalization, Website Optimization
What Is Bucket Testing? Bucket testing (sometimes referred to as A/B testing or split testing) is a term used to describe the method testing two versions of a website against one another to see which one performs better on specified key metrics (such as clicks, downloads or purchases). There are at least two variations in each test, a […]
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Split Testing

  • Posted by datavinci
  • On November 7, 2017
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  • AB testing, Digital Analytics, Optimization, Split testing
Split Testing Simplified Split testing (also referred to as A/B testing or multivariate testing) is a method of conducting controlled, randomized experiments with the goal of improving a website metric, such as clicks, form completions, or purchases. Incoming traffic to the website is distributed between the original (control) and the different variations without any of the visitors knowing […]
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Google Tag Manager (GTM) for mobile apps

Google Tag Manager (GTM) for mobile apps

  • Posted by datavinci
  • On November 6, 2017
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  • Digital Analytics, Google Analytics, Google Tag Manager, Mobile App Analytics
Google Tag Manager (GTM) for Mobile Apps was first announced in August this year and has some great implications for app developers. Perhaps most notably, the product has the potential to overcome one of the most critical challenges in the business: pushing updates to the user base without having to publish a new version on the app marketplace. […]
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