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    DuracellTomi's Google Tag Manager for WordPress

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    Google Tag Manager (GTM) is Google’s free tool for everyone to manage and deploy analytics and marketing tags as well as other code snippets
    using an intuitive web UI. To learn more about this tool, visit the official website.

    This plugin places the GTM container code snippets onto your wordpress website so that you do not need to add this manually.
    Multiple containers are also supported!

    The plugin complements your GTM setup by pushing page meta data and user information into the so called data layer.
    Google’s official help pages includes more details about the data layer.

    Some parts of the plugin require PHP 5.3 newer.
    PHP 5.4 or newer is recommended.

    Please note that PHP 5.x is nearing its end of life cycle thus it is recommended to upgrade. If you are not sure which version you are using, please contact
    your hosting provider for support.

    GTM container code placement

    The original GTM container code is divided into two parts: The first part is a javascript code snippet that is added to the <head>
    section of every page of the website. This part is critical to enable all features of GTM, and this plugin helps to place this part
    correctly on your site. The second part is an iframe snippet that acts as a failsafe/fallback should users’ JavaScript be disabled.
    Google recommends – for best performance – to place this code snippet directly after the opening <body> tag on each page.
    Albeit not ideal, it will work when placed lower in the code. This plugin provides a code placement option for the second code snippet.
    Inherently, WordPress does not offer a straight-forward solution to achieve this, however Yaniv Friedensohn showed me a solution
    that works with most themes without modification:

    Hack: Placing the Google Tag Manager in WordPress After the body Tag

    I added this solution to the plugin, currently as an experimental option.

    Sites using the Genesis Framework should choose the “Custom” placement option. No theme modification is needed for this theme
    however, the Google Tag Manager container code will be added automatically.

    Basic data included

    • post/page titles
    • post/page dates
    • post/page category names
    • post/page tag names
    • post/page author ID and names
    • post/page ID
    • post types
    • post count on the current page + in the current category/tag/taxonomy
    • logged in status
    • logged in user role
    • logged in user ID (to track cross device behaviour in Google Analytics)
    • logged in user email address (to comply with GTM terms of service do not pass this on to Google tags)
    • site search data
    • site name and id (for WordPress multisite instances)

    Browser / OS / Device data

    (beta)

    • browser data (name, version, engine)
    • OS data (name, version)
    • device data (type, manufacturer, model)

    Data is provided using the WhichBrowser library: http://whichbrowser.net/

    Weather data

    (beta)

    Push data about users’ current weather conditions into the dataLayer. This can be used to generate weather-related
    audience/remarketing lists on ad platforms and allows for user segmentation in your web analytics solutions:

    • weather category (clouds, rain, snow, etc.)
    • weather description: more detailed data
    • temperature in Celsius or Fahrenheit
    • air pressure
    • wind speed and degrees

    Weather data is queried from Open Weather Map. Depending on your websites traffic, additional fees may apply:
    http://openweathermap.org/price

    An (free) API key from OpenWeatherMap is required for this feature to work.

    freegeoip.net is used to determine the site visitor’s location.

    Media player events

    (experimental)

    Track users’ interaction with any embedded media:

    • YouTube
    • Vimeo
    • Soundcloud

    DataLayer events can be chosen to fire upon media player load, media is being played, paused/stopped and optionally when
    the user reaches 10, 20, 30, …, 90, 100% of the media duration.

    Tracking is supported for embedded media using the built-in oEmbed feature of WordPress as well as most other media plugins
    and copy/pasted codes. Players injected into the website after page load are not currently supported.

    Scroll tracking

    Fire tags based on how the visitor scrolls from the top to the bottom of a page.
    An example would be to separate “readers” (who spend a specified amount of time on a page) from “scrollers”
    (who only scroll through within seconds). You can use these events to fire Analytics tags and/or remarketing/conversion tags
    (for micro conversions).

    Scroll tracking is based on the solution originally created by

    • Nick Mihailovski
    • Thomas Baekdal
    • Avinash Kaushik
    • Joost de Valk
    • Eivind Savio
    • Justin Cutroni

    Original script:
    http://cutroni.com/blog/2012/02/21/advanced-content-tracking-with-google-analytics-part-1/

    Google AdWords remarketing

    Google Tag Manager for WordPress can add each dataLayer variable as an AdWords remarketing custom parameter list.
    This enables you to build sophisticated remarketing lists.

    Blacklist & Whitelist Tag Manager tags and variables

    To increase website security, you have the option to white- and blacklist tags/variables.
    You can prevent specific tags from firing or the use of certain variable types regardless of your GTM setup.

    If the Google account associated with your GTM account is being hacked, an attacker could easily
    execute malware on your website without accessing its code on your hosting server. By blacklisting custom HTML tags
    and/or custom JavaScript variables you can secure the Tag Manager container.

    Integration

    Google Tag Manager for WordPress integrates with several popular plugins. More integration to come!

    • Contact Form 7: fire an event upon successful form submission
    • WooCommerce:
      • Classic e-commerce:
        • fire an event when visitors add products to their cart
        • capture transaction data to be passed to your ad platforms and/or Analytics
        • capture necessary remarketing parameters for Google AdWords Dynamic Remarketing
      • Enhanced e-commerce (beta):
        • implementation of Enhanced E-commerce
        • Does not support promotions since WooCommerce does not have such a feature (yet)
        • Does not support refunds
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