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Monitor your website's data layer with Slack

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Data layers are at the foundation of modern-day analytics. Therefore, it's important to monitor the data layer values. You can do so with Slack. »

Every tag manager setup needs a general blocking rule

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A tag manager allows you to disconnect your marketing tags from your website. It puts the control of these tags in the hands of the people who use them: marketers. It also disconnects all the tags from your developers. This is good for flexibility, but not quite as good for developers as they lose control of the scripts that run »

What is a tag manager?

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We’ve been working with tag managers for about three years now, but we still notice some unclarity about what a tag manager is amongst both colleagues and clients alike. Let’s clarify things. What are tags? First things first: what does tag in tag manager stand for? Tags are generally code snippets that you’ll want to place on »

Other tag managers on the block: Qubit Opentag

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At Greenhouse Group, we’ve been working with tag manager for over 3.5 years now. Over the last part of that period, a lot of articles popped up about Google Tag Manager (GTM), Google’s solution to tag management. It’s a great option, but there are some other vendors out there that also offer great tag management systems »

Improving Optimizely's Google Tag Manager integration

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Adding Optimizely data to Google Analytics has a few benefits. First of all, you can verify Optimizely's results in GA, which is always a good thing. By segmenting Optimizely-tested users in analytics, you also open up a world of extra reports, metrics and visualisations, that you won't find in Optimizely. You won't have to create goals for each funnelstep anymore, »