All tagged Google Tag Manager Implementations
At HammaJack we’ve been recently building a few of our client's new websites. This has led to a common problem with tracking and that is making sure you don’t lose any data when the new site replaces the old site.
This can be tricky and requires planning and a few tricks. In this article, HammaJack data lead, Jacob Moran, explains a few tricks on how to migrate a Google Tag Manager container to a new website for instance.
We’ve already written about the magic of HubSpot and how to track form submissions from a HubSpot form into Google Analytics.
However, sometimes it’s better to have an installation guide. In this guide, Data Lead, Jacob Moran, will provide a how-to installation guide and a free Google Tag Manager container that will track your website into HubSpot and your HubSpot forms into Google Analytics.
HubSpot is amazing and if you aren’t drinking the Kool-Aid yet, you probably should be. In this article HammaJack’s co-founder, Jacob Moran, and Data Engineer, Jose Arevalo, outline how to effectively track HubSpot forms and send the information to Google Analytics & Facebook.
Writing a blog or articles for your website can be an important part of any content marketing strategy. However, just writing your blog isn't good enough, you also need to know how it is performing. In this article, we outline how HammaJack tracks the performance and value of their articles.
Most of the time in Digital Marketing it’s easy to hide ugly and/or long URLs behind a nice looking link text. However, what about offline media (like print) or in Digital Channels, like Facebook, that don’t offer the ability to have link text and a link URL?
In this article HammaJack co-founder, Jacob Moran, will outline some of the options for simplifying and beautifying URLs while still getting users to the page they need to go to and tracking where they came from.
Google Tag Manager deployments should be brought in from the cold and embraced as part of a wider deployment cycle. However the real trick is doing this without completely ruining the great part of using Google Tag Manager - its ease of use and speed to production.
We have worked with the Australian charity R U OK? Who have over 500,000 unique site visitors a year. We sat with them to understand the various aspects of their business and attribute values to these actions. For R U OK?, being a charity, most of the actions taken on site attract a nominal value