Category: Google Tag Manager

Mouse Scrolling

How to Keep Track of Scroll Activity on Your Website Using Google Analytics and Tag Manager

How can you find whether your website’s visitors are interested in your content? The best way is to track their scrolling activity. Here is how it’s done. Do you ever read anything without interest? Probably not. People browsing your web page scroll through your content only when they are hooked into it. If they want […]

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How to Track Embedded YouTube Videos Using Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager

Have you ever wondered how you can track whether a visitor clicks on an embedded YouTube video on your website? It’s one of the coolest features of Google Analytics event tracking. In this tutorial, learn how to implement YouTube video event tracking using Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager. Tracking events on your web pages […]

Tracking Mouse Middle-Clicks Using Google Analytics & GTM

While tracking clicks on your links, you don’t want to miss somebody clicking and opening a new tab with the mouse middle button. By default, middle-clicks cannot be tracked by Google Analytics event tracking. This tutorial explains how you can do that. Have you checked out our previous tutorial on tracking link clicks and button […]

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How to Track Link Clicks on Your Website Using Google Analytics & Google Tag Manager

Google Analytics is a powerful web analytics tool that can track all kinds of events. However, tracking certain specific actions such as clicks on specific links needs you to enable custom event tracking. In this tutorial, learn how to track clicks on links and buttons using Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager. Google Analytics is […]