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Hello Guys,

 

Thanks in advnace.

 

I have some wiered requirement, my client want to add two conversion code on same page(to clear account is one only label is different) he is very reluctant to use both the code because code-2 is old code which he using for long and code-1 is new code I have just provided him to track the revenue

 

CODE-1 will tracking revenue

 

Code-2 will track sale conversion

 

but adding both code giving some conflict,

I am not sure how Google handles multiple conversion tracking, but just having them both in place won't work reliably due to the asynchronous loading of the google scripts.

 

Can you please help me out in this.

 

Thanks

Suhel

 

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September 2015

Re: multiple conversion code

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Hi Suhel,

There's no reason to have both code on the page. The one tracking revenue will also provide a count of conversions. Two sets of conversion code from the same account will result in some of your numbers being double-reported. That will make it hard to know what's going on with the campaign.

Best of Luck!

Pete
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September 2015

Re: multiple conversion code

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Hi Suhel,

There's no reason to have both code on the page. The one tracking revenue will also provide a count of conversions. Two sets of conversion code from the same account will result in some of your numbers being double-reported. That will make it hard to know what's going on with the campaign.

Best of Luck!

Pete
petebardo -- Deadhead doing AdWords