How to connect Plerdy using Google Tag Manager?

11 September, 2018

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You can connect Plerdy tools to your website through Google Tag Manager (GTM). To do that, you need to have a personal Google account and register in GTM.

The setting up procedure consists of 2 stages:
Create a new GTM account (if necessary) and add the code to your website.
Set a new tag in GTM.

Let’s take a closer look at these steps.

1. Create a new GTM account and add the code to your website.

1. Sign in to Google Tag Manager. After that, you will land on the Tag Manager page.

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2. Click the corresponding option to start account creation.

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To create an account, you will have to complete two steps:
Add the name of the account and your country.

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2. Add the container name, select the “website” type of use and click Save.

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Finally, accept Google Tag Manager Terms of Service Agreement.

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After that, you will get the code to paste on your website.

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3. Copy the given GTM code and paste it on your website (if you haven’t added it before).

2. Set a new tag in GTM.

4. Go to GTM and click Workspace.

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5. In the New Tag window, select Add a new tag.

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6. In the new window, click the Tag Configuration field.

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7. In the list that appears, select the Custom HTML option.

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8. Add the code of Plerdy.

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Copy this code from the dashboard.

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Once installed, save the code.

9. Click the triggering window.

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10. Select All pages and click Add.

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11. Save the settings and name the tag.

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12. Done! You have created the tag.

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13. To activate the tag, you must publish it. To do this, click the Submit button.

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14. Before sending the tag, you will be offered to specify its version and description (optional).

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After saving, the tag information will be displayed.

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That’s it. Plerdy’s functionality is fully available for use.