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I have question regarding the conversion tracking tag. Do I need to tag my page twice if I want to track two different buttons on my page?

Thanks in advance.

Kind regards,



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Re: Conversion tracking tag

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Hi Chong


I think you are bit confused about conversion tracking. Conversion tag is placed on the thank you or final page which a user after completing the desired action not on the action page. 


I suggest that you read more about conversion tracking:


You can use Google Analytics Event Tracking to track clicks on the button that you have on the page.

Read more about Event Tracing here:


Post back if you have any concerns!



Re: Conversion tracking tag

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Hi Chong,

There is only one conversion code related to a particular adwords account. So, you need to paste it once on a particular webpage. No matter how many conversion actions are there on that page.
As Abhishek suggested, take help from Google analytics and use event tracking.

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Re: Conversion tracking tag

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There is only one conversion id for an account but you can get as many conversion tracking codes as you want with different conversion label.


When you go to Tools > Conversions and create new conversion for website after saving you can choose whether to track conversions on a page load or a click.




So if you want to track clicks with AdWords you can do this with AdWords tracking code.


"In your html page, add the snippet and call goog_report_conversion when someone clicks on the chosen link or button."