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conversion in stable website

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Hi all,

 

I have a static ( stable website ) I insert the conversion code, but if someone clics on the ads it turns conversion without filling any forms, is because of the website.

 

There are any solution, without creating the contact page, something directly from analytics.

 

Thanks,

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Hi Zineb,

This tells me that your conversion tracking is on the landing page. Your tracking code needs to be on the thank-you page (the page that the user is taken too AFTER they convert).

The conversion code fires (records a conversion) as soon as a user from an ad visits the page with the code on, that is why it needs to be on the thank you page.

Learn about this and more here:
https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/1722022?hl=en

Good luck

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Hi Zineb,

Clynton is very right that your conversion tracking is on the landing page. It also tells that your form is within the landing page. So my suggestion is to use script that renders the "thank you" on successfully submitting the form. And also insert the Conversion Code in the part of this page script. Here you don't need to create separate page, just need to trigger "thank you" url on a conversion. For this you need developer's help.

Thanks,
Amit Verma

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Hi Zineb,

This tells me that your conversion tracking is on the landing page. Your tracking code needs to be on the thank-you page (the page that the user is taken too AFTER they convert).

The conversion code fires (records a conversion) as soon as a user from an ad visits the page with the code on, that is why it needs to be on the thank you page.

Learn about this and more here:
https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/1722022?hl=en

Good luck
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September 2015

Re: conversion in stable website

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Hi Zineb,

Clynton is very right that your conversion tracking is on the landing page. It also tells that your form is within the landing page. So my suggestion is to use script that renders the "thank you" on successfully submitting the form. And also insert the Conversion Code in the part of this page script. Here you don't need to create separate page, just need to trigger "thank you" url on a conversion. For this you need developer's help.

Thanks,
Amit Verma