How to Install Google Tag Manager on a WordPress Website




In this tutorial we are going to install Google Tag Manager on a WordPress website.

For this tutorial you will need:

– Google Tag Assistant Extension for Google Chrome
– A Google Tag Manager Account
– A WordPress Website (self-hosted not a wordpress.com site)

There are a few reasons why you should add Google Tag Manager to your WordPress website to handle your scripts.

1. It consolidates a lot of tracking code (Javascript) and helps reduce the weight and download speed of your website. Increased website performance and speed helps your search rankings on Google.

2. It makes adding and updating existing tracking software like Hotjar, Google Analytics and retargeting/remarketing pixels easy.

You can add different software to your website easily and quickly via Google Tag Manager, instead of adding these individual scripts to your website manually with code snippets.

For a full written walk-through please visit:

Thank you for watching, if you’ve got any questions please leave them in the comments below and I will try and get to each one with an answer.

Take care and I’ll see you guys on the next one!


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How to Install Google Tag Manager on a WordPress Website

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