Installing SumoMe via Google Tag Manager

If you don’t know what SumoMe is, check it out. It’s cool, has a free version which you can test drive and integrates really well with your weapons of choice in marketing. Keep your data-sumo-site-id ready. That’s inside the code you get when adding a new SumoMe site: [php]</pre> <script src="//" data-sumo-site-id=“HERE-IS-YOUR-SITE-ID" async="async"></script></div> <div> <pre>[/php] Step 1: Make sure you’ve placed your GTM Tag in the head tag  Putting your GTM tag into the header may actually cause you a bunch of problems, for the smoothest implementation and possible problems you can see the post at lunametrics. Bottom line is, put the “noscript” part […]

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Cool new GTM Features

No need to check the release notes. Here are the important features added to Google Tag Manager in the last months:   Folders come to the rescue of complex container setups Google rolled out a feature to stay more organized. Folders are useful for splitting up a container into multiple smaller units. You could for instance create a folder called “Release v. 2.0” and put in all tags, triggers and variables you added in the new release of your container (yes they work like regular folders, you can throw in multiple types of items). Though I think the feature is […]

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