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Google Tag Manager - No thank you page

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Hi Everyone,

 

I need to implement Google tag manager for tracking of conversion.

 

I am not sure if this tag and trigger will work.

 

Any advice and suggestions will be greatly appreciated Smiley Happy

 

Thanks

 

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Re: Google Tag Manager - No thank you page

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Hi Feldrin
I can't see what "button blue" actually is but assuming it's a standard ID, this should work.

I actually wrote a pretty detailed blog post about doing this here: https://www.redflymarketing.com/blog/track-conversions-without-a-thank-you-page/

If you want to let me know the method you're using, I can walk you through it step by step here.

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Hi Dave,

Thanks for the response. I actually saw your post about tag manager before I posted my question here Smiley Happy It's very detailed!

By the way, I conducted a live test on my adwords campaign and using the tag and triggers I created and it actually works. However, I am a bit confuse on a situation that what if the potential customer has accidentally click the button. I mean the information is blank and accidentally click the button. If adwords will record this as conversion, I think I am tracking the wrong conversion. May I know your thought on this? Thank you

Re: Google Tag Manager - No thank you page

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Hey Feldrin
Sorry for the late follow up on this. Actually, if you implement this "onsubmit" as opposed to "onclick", it will only register (trigger the dataLayer -> conversion) when the form is successfully submitted.

Glad you got everything working!