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Tag Manager Container Third Party Placement

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Hi, I work for an agency and want to track my Adwords marketing results for a client.  The client already implements tag manager on their site and I would like to add our own tags on their site.  From my understanding putting two tag manager containers on a website causes it to fire twice. 

 

How do I put the agency tags on the client's website without adding another container?

 

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September 2015

Re: Tag Manager Container Third Party Placement

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Hi Gideon,

Pasting another tag manager code wouldn't be appropriate and defeats the whole purpose of tag management.

Instead, you can ask your client to give you access to the container, then add your tags (and rules) to it.

Sumanth
Sumanth Sridhar

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Hi Gideon,

I absolutely agree with Sumanth here. You should just gain access to the existing GTM container and add in your code there. This is the simplest and the most efficient way of doing this.

Cheers!
Shashank
Cheers,
Shashank Singh, AdWords Rising Star |
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View solution in original post

Marked as Best Answer.
Solution
Accepted by topic author Gideon O
September 2015

Re: Tag Manager Container Third Party Placement

Rising Star
# 2
Rising Star
Hi Gideon,

Pasting another tag manager code wouldn't be appropriate and defeats the whole purpose of tag management.

Instead, you can ask your client to give you access to the container, then add your tags (and rules) to it.

Sumanth
Sumanth Sridhar
Marked as Best Answer.
Solution
Accepted by topic author Gideon O
September 2015

Re: Tag Manager Container Third Party Placement

Rising Star
# 3
Rising Star
Hi Gideon,

I absolutely agree with Sumanth here. You should just gain access to the existing GTM container and add in your code there. This is the simplest and the most efficient way of doing this.

Cheers!
Shashank
Cheers,
Shashank Singh, AdWords Rising Star |
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Hi I have the same issue. Can you tell me if you tried it and did it work?