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GooGle remarketing tag not implemented Properly need Help

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This is my url here i added code of remarketing tag under body tag. but its showing some vale needed http://www.bronze.com.au/

 

ecomm_prodid: 'REPLACE_WITH_VALUE', ecomm_pagetype: 'REPLACE_WITH_VALUE', ecomm_totalvalue: 'REPLACE_WITH_VALUE', }; Can you please let me know what values i need to replace on that

 

 

 

 

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Re: GooGle remarketing tag not implemented Properly need Help

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Hi Ankit,

 

Thanks for your question. The values you are looking for are the following:

 

 

ecomm_prodid 1234 Product Id - Must match the Product Id from the Google Merchant Center feed. This allows the dynamic ad to show people the exact product they viewed.
ecomm_pagetype home,
searchresults,
category,
product,
cart,
purchase,
other
Page Type - Indicates which page people visited. You need to use one of the values listed in the middle column. Don't change these values and keep them in English, even if your site is in a different language. A value must be present on each page. These values might be used for the lists that AdWords created for you and for automated bid optimization.
"Product" refers to viewing a product page, and "other" should be used for pages not covered by the other values. 
Important: every page needs to have a page type value.
ecomm_totalvalue 49.99 Total Value - Specify the value of the product. On a cart or purchase page, you need to specify the total value (summing up the value of all products). This value might be used in automated bidding optimization and may be used to categorize your lists into groups according to the value of products.

 

Here's where you can get more information about dynamic remarketing. Have you tried Google Tag Manager? This should help you manage and update all of your tags without the hassle. 

 

Hope that helps.