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Image:Datamongtm-6.png|6. Choose "Custom HTML" in the dropdown
 
Image:Datamongtm-6.png|6. Choose "Custom HTML" in the dropdown
 
Image:Datamongtm-7.PNG|7. Paste the Base Code into the HTML box from [[Implementing the Base Barion Pixel]]
 
Image:Datamongtm-7.PNG|7. Paste the Base Code into the HTML box from [[Implementing the Base Barion Pixel]]
Image:Datamongtm-8.png|8. Put your own Pixel ID into both places
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Image:Datamongtm-8_v2.png|8. Put your own Pixel ID into both places
Image:Datamongtm-9.png|9. Verify that you have put your own Pixel ID into both places
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Image:Datamongtm-8_v2.png|9. Verify that you have put your own Pixel ID into both places
 
Image:Datamongtm-10.png|10. Click into the "Triggering" box
 
Image:Datamongtm-10.png|10. Click into the "Triggering" box
 
Image:Datamongtm-11.png|11. Choose "All Pages" from the list
 
Image:Datamongtm-11.png|11. Choose "All Pages" from the list

Latest revision as of 10:03, 15 June 2020

Implementing the Barion Pixel through the Google Tag Manager

Implementing the Base Barion Pixel through the Google Tag Manager

The Google Tag Manager enables managing custom JavaScript snippets and HTML tags. The next 13 steps below outline how to implement the Base Barion Pixel through the GTM.

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Implementing the Full Barion Pixel through the Google Tag Manager

As the Full Barion Pixel includes many events and their implementation differs greatly based on the details of your website, please refer to the general documentation.