Tracking Google Tag Manager

Simply keeps track of the user's actions on the page, for example:

  • Header
    • Click Logo
    • Click Menu Name
    • Click Social Media
    • Click Search
  • Sidebar
    • Click Sidebar post
  • Article
    • Click Share
    • Click Next Post
    • Click Prev Post
    • Click Related Post
    • Click Name of Tag

Settings Google Tag Manager

With Google Tag Manager, there are a million different ways to make your tagging setup leaner and more flexible.

I'll use an easy way to reduce redundancy here. It's the generic event tag ? you guessed it!

— What are you waiting? ? hands in action.

First we'll create triggers

  1. Click Triggers
  2. New
  3. Name of the Trigger
  4. Select Custom Event
  5. Name of the Event

— If you do not understand. look at the image

Google Tag Manager triggers

Second we'll create Tag

  1. Click tags
  2. New
  3. Name of the Tag
  4. Select Google Analytics
  5. Track Type Event
  6. {{Event Category}}
  7. {{Event Action}}
  8. {{Event Label}}
  9. {{Event Value}}
  10. Non-Interaction Hit true
  11. Here you have to add your Google Analytics code. I have my Google Analytics code in a Global variable. I select my global variable
  12. Triggering — Select the trigger we created first

— If you do not understand. look at the image

Google Tag Manager Tag

Third Insert code

👉 You can improve the code. I'll leave that to your imagination.

➡️ Copy the below script to Settings -> Code Injection -> Blog Footer

  /* Tracking With Google Tag Manager */
  var godoTracking = document.querySelectorAll(".godo-tracking");
  godoTracking.forEach(function (item) {
    item.addEventListener("click", function () {
      var godoCategory = this.getAttribute("data-event-category");
      var godoAction = this.getAttribute("data-event-action");
      var godoLabel = this.getAttribute("data-event-label");
      var godoValue = this.getAttribute("data-event-non-interaction");

        event: "godoGhostEvent",
        eventCategory: godoCategory,
        eventAction: godoAction,
        eventLabel: godoLabel,
        eventValue: godoValue,

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