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Installing the tracking script using Google Tag Manager
Installing the tracking script using Google Tag Manager

Install SparkLoop on your website using Google Tag Manager.

Manuel Frigerio avatar
Written by Manuel Frigerio
Updated over a week ago

SparkLoop’s tracking script can be installed on any web or landing page, eliminating the need for specific referral pages.

Any landing page you’re using and that’s already converting well can also bring in referrals.

Read this for more on the tracking script and where to find it.

If you use Google Tag Manager, here’s how to set it up.

⚠️ IMPORTANT: Google Tag Manager is often targeted by AdBlocker and extensions such as Ghostery, which means that some people might block Google Tag Manager when visiting your website. When this happens, SparkLoop will not be loaded and thus referrals will not be tracked.

Step 1: Log into Google Tag Manager and go to the container you want to use.

Step 2: Click Add a new tag.

Step 3: Give it a name (e.g: SparkLoop Tracking Script) and select Custom HTML.

Step 4: In the text area, paste the SparkLoop Tracking Code.

Step 5: Now we need to tell Google Tag Manager when to trigger the script. Scroll down to the Triggering section, click on it and choose when to trigger the tag. We highly recommend selecting All pages to load the SparkLoop Tracking Script on all your pages but feel free to set up a different targeting rule.

Step 6: Save your tag.

Step 7: Click the Submit button on the upper right-hand side of the page to publish your changes. SparkLoop’s tracking script has now been installed!

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