Want to track EVERYTHING that users are doing on your site? Use Google Tag Manager. It’s awesome.
The bad news is that setting this up is actually really really confusing. The good news is that Josh Becerra over at Monkey Island Inc. knows how to do this stuff and was kind enough to share his knowledge with us today.
And more good news: We created a screencast to show YOU how to set it up:
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