Blog: Google Tag Manager

Scroll Tracking in Google Tag Manager


30. January 2017


If you run a blog, content site or single page site then you should implement Scroll Tracking. As the name implies Scroll tracking will show how far down the page your users are scrolling. This will help you decide which type of content is keeping your audience’s attention and which isn’t.

Google Tag Manager v2

Part 3: Form Submissions

Google Tag Manager Menu

In Part 1 of our updated Google Tag Manager Version 2 tutorial we showed you how to track outbound links. If you have not already read it, please at least have a look at the introduction: all the requirements described apply here as well.

Google Tag Manager v2

Last year we published a Google Tag Manager Guide to help you start using Google Tag Manager for event tracking.  Since then, Google has upgraded all Google Tag Manager accounts to Version 2.  This updated Google Tag Manager tutorial contains revised information about how to use the new GTM v2 to track important events on your website like li

Google Tag Manager v2


30. April 2015


All Google Tag Manager accounts will be upgraded automatically to Version 2 after June 1, 2015.  If you are a Google Tag Manager user, it is time to start thinking about how you will manage this change.  You can chose to do nothing and your account will be automatically upgraded, or you can migrate now.  Either way, you should be prepared to make some changes to optimize your Google Tag Manager Version 2 account.

Web Analytics

Google has refreshed Tag Manager’s user interface which makes the tool more powerful and easier to use. Here are 6 facts you need to know about the update.

Web Analytics with Google Tag Manager

Here at Amazee Metrics our clients are increasingly curious about Google Tag Manager. What is it? Why do we need it?