Hi Don S,
Both parts will define the conversion label. That label determines which conversion action is recorded in your account. The google_conversion_label value must match the part of the img tag src that follows "label=".
Since conversions are being counted, and assuming attributed to the proper conversion action, I would venture to say the value of google_conversion_label is correct. Make sure the label in the img tag is the same as that value. I'd copy from google_conversion_label and paste it into the img src.
Best of Luck!
Re: Conversion Tracking
Your issue specifically involves matching the conversion label ids in both portions of the tag. I've taken a sample conversion tag and highlighted the portions that need to match regarding this issue.
Hope that helps
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We're having the exact same issue. As in your example, the two codes are EXACTLY the same. Just a cut and paste from the Google-generated code. Still says: "Mismatch of conversion label in <script> tag and <noscript> tag." in Google Tag Assistant.
Both codes are exactly the same. I notice in the noscript though, that there are no quotes around the label (as in your above example). Wonder if quotes would fix it?
Hi David L,
In the noscript portion, the quotes surround the entire url for the src, as shown in the example. Adding quotes around the label value will not fix this.
A couple questions.
1. Are conversions recording? If so, I'd ignore the message.
2. Are you providing a dynamic value for google_conversion_value from your shopping cart? If so, you're test page may not have a value. That would break the script part, meaning there would be no value for google_conversion_label. Depending on how Google verifies the script, that could cause this issue. When providing a dynamic value for google_conversion_value I will enclose the value in quotes, single or double doesn't make any difference. That way the script part isn't broken when no value is returned from your shopping cart.
I'm guessing, but I would parse the src to get the label value and compare that to the value of the google_conversion_label variable. If no value for google_conversion_value is provided, google_conversion_label would be undefined, and that's not a match.
Best of Luck!