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How to add conversion code in website without thank you page?

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I want to use conversion tracking on http://www.shantijuniors.com/franchisee-enquiry page but I didn't find the thank you page in it. Whenever someone submits his/her enquiry it returns a alert box telling submitted successfully something like that.

Now I want to know can we add this tracking code in same page such that I can track my conversion.

If anybody have solution please suggest me ASAP.

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Re: How to add conversion code in website without thank you page?

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Hi shanti,

I just filled a test lead on your website to check how does it work. But I believe you can not put the conversion code on that dialog box.
You must have a thank-you page created to place the tracking code there. For a developer this would not take more than 15 - 20 mins.


Rohit

Re: How to add conversion code in website without thank you page?

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Well, you can implement conversion code on the 'send' button click action. However, it depends on how the site is designed. I'd suggest having a thank you page, to be able to use other features like remarketing and GA effectively.

Good luck,
Sumanth
Sumanth Sridhar

Re: How to add conversion code in website without thank you page?

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Hello,

 

I would suggest reading the informative explanation given by TC @petebardo in this thread, which answers the same query where you don't actually have any thank you page:-

 

https://www.en.adwords-community.com/t5/Tracking-Reporting/conversion-tracking-with-no-thank-you-pag...

 

My 2 cents!

Pankaj

Re: How to add conversion code in website without thank you page?

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I can think of 3 possible ways:
- Tweak the conversion tracking code to fire it when the form is submitted via AJAX or better, when the response comes back. You can use the conversion pixel URL found in the <img> portion of the tag. I would only recommend that if you've familiar with JavaScript.
- Use Google Analytics and track it as an event. Configure it as a Goal in GA and import it into AdWords (https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/analyticsjs/events)
- Use Google Tag Manager and use the form submission event listener to fire your adwords conversion tracking tag (https://support.google.com/tagmanager/answer/3415369?hl=en#FormSubmitListener or even easier with GTM v2 triggers)