Setup Google Tag Manager, Analytics And Event Tracking

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About This Service

An event is a type of measurement for interactions that take place on your website. Event tracking allows you to count or measure the interactions that don't necessarily involve loading another page from your site.
Google Tag Manager is a free software tool that gives you the ability to install different types of tags on your website. You may have done this already without realizing it.
Perhaps you are struggling to get insights from your website. Or, maybe you don't know whether your social media campaign or post is bringing you enough visitors. Also, it might be the case that you can't differentiate between organic and paid traffic that is coming to your site every second.
If you are stuck to measure your website traffic, you are at the right place to start. I will help you to leverage Google Analytics from every aspect and make the most of it to reduce your pain points.
GA & GTM Account Setup
  • we will setup your Google Analytics account from the scratch and install required JavaScript code on your WordPress, Shopify or another website.
  • If you prefer to use Google Tag Manager, we will integrate it with your GA account.
GA Account Audit
  • If you feel your existing account needs an audit to make sure whether it is properly functioning or not, we will audit and fix any issue.
  • We will provide you a thorough report containing insight and tips for optimization.
Track-able Campaign
  • If you want to measure a landing page performance with accuracy, We can setup a track-able campaign that will show up in GA.
Note: If you want to customize your request, please contact us to discuss more before ordering. 

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