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Whether I have to remove my Google Analytics Code, if I start using Google Tag Manger Code

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Whether I have to remove my Google Analytics Code, if I start using Google Tag Manger Code

When I start using the Google Tag Manager Code

Suddenly my adsense ads already running my site disappeared. I don't know what to do now.

Please help me and also tell whether I use both codes I mean Google Analytics Code and Google Tag Manger Code or one code is enough that is Google tag manager code

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Re: Whether I have to remove my Google Analytics Code, if I start using Google Tag Manger Code

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Hi Perambur K :-)
You would use either the GA tracking code snippet. or you would install the GTM container code on your site
and setup a tag for GA tracking within Google Tag Manager.

I strongly recommend the following free learning resource to get aquainted with GTM, how to install it and how to
setup a GA tag for tracking
https://analyticsacademy.withgoogle.com/course/5

If you have further questions about or need help with GTM, their help forum can be found here:
https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!forum/tag-manager

I am not familiar with Adsense, I have not ever used it, however the Adsense help forum can be found here:
https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!forum/adsense

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Re: Whether I have to remove my Google Analytics Code, if I start using Google Tag Manger Code

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Hi Perambur K,
No you don't have to use both codes. I'm sharing an article on migration from UA to Google tag manager.

http://www.lunametrics.com/blog/2015/07/16/safely-migrating-to-google-tag-manager/ (not promoting at all)

hope this helps.
Thanks