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

  • Posted by Jay Sankhla
  • On July 4, 2019
  • 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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How to detect mobile device on Google Tag Manager, DTM & Tealium

  • Posted by Tavneet Walia
  • On February 23, 2018
  • Adobe Analytics, Adobe Launch, DTM, Dynamic Tag Manager, Google Tag Manager, GTM, Tealium
Wwwhhhooaaaa this form looks perfect AF! Lemme check how it looks on mobile ??? Mobile responsiveness is a task, isn’t it? The most beautiful features on desktop, might sometimes appear disastrous on a mobile device. If a similar situation is ruining the mobile experience of your website, and you’re looking for a way to show […]
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Implementing Facebook Pixel via Google Tag Manager

  • Posted by Tavneet Walia
  • On January 16, 2018
  • Facebook pixel, Facebook Remarketing, Google Tag Manager, GTM
*seo stuff – Implementing Facebook Pixel via Google Tag Manager * 😀 The Importance of Facebook Pixel Imagine this offline scenario – You own an apparel store which sells clothing for men and women. Every day, you meet and greet your customers and you even know some of them well. But one morning, instead of […]
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Analytics with React-Redux SPAs and Google Tag Manager

  • Posted by datavinci
  • On November 15, 2017
  • Google Analytics, Google Analytics implementation, Google Tag Manager, GTM, React, Redux
React-Redux has become a hugely popular web development combo, but there aren’t too many guides out there on how to sprinkle in analytics. Most implementations require some modification to your app’s code, often with analytics specific business logic. The most common pattern seems to be with redux middleware, which definitely is a step in the […]
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