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Google conversion code not firing on "successful " registration signup page.

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Hello All,


I stuck in tracking Content writers Registration on from Google Adwords. as i have placed the right conversion code, where conversion type is "signup" and even checking with tag assistant this code is present on that page too -


But still writers signup is not able to get recorded in ad-words, am finding lot of difficulty in optimizing campaigns.


Need help from you people to sort this out ASAP.





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Re: Google conversion code not firing on "successful " registration signup page.

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Hi Rahul,

Good question.

Based on the screenshot you provided, the AdWords conversion tracking code is not firing because there is a missing HTTP response.

Here is what Google says about this problem (

"Missing HTTP Response denotes that, while the AdWords Conversion Tracking code was detected in the page source, the script itself did not execute. Each time the Conversion Tracking script executes, we expect an HTTP Response carrying the Conversion Tracking request to Google’s servers carrying conversion_id, conversion_label, conversion_value and page URL.

This means that the Conversion Tracking code is not implemented properly on the page and no conversions will be tracked.

Recommended Action: Reinstall the Conversion Tracking snippet by removing the current iteration, copy a new version from the AdWords interface, and insert that version into the site."

I hope that helps!


Re: Google conversion code not firing on "successful " registration signup page.

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Hello @Rahul_S,

When users register for the website does the url change upon submitting their registration? If not, you will need to set up event tracking. The best way to do this is to create an event goal in GA and import it into AdWords.

I would highly recommend avoiding that and changing the url if that is not the case.

Otherwise, the reason for this is likely due to incorrect code placement. Where in the source code did you add the conversion code? Again, it would be better to set up the goal using GA as it is cleaner.

Let me know if that helps,