2. Set the variables and then load the conversion script using jQuery's getScript. (See http://stackoverflow.com/a/5946563/357830)
Will both of these work? Are they both equivalent? Is there a better or recommended or canonical way of doing this?
Will that possibly help?
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Like most questions on this forum, the answer is "that depends". If all conversions have the same value, you could use Analytics event tracking to set up a goal. Basically, you record a pageview in the script for a page (that either exists or not). In the onsubmit event of the form you would add the trackpageview code. That depends on which version of the tracking code you are using. You would then import that goal to AdWords as a conversion.
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