How can I use Google Tag Manager with multiple Google Analytics accounts?

by aniyah.green , in category: SEO Tools , a year ago

How can I use Google Tag Manager with multiple Google Analytics accounts?

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by mabelle , a year ago

@aniyah.green 

To use Google Tag Manager with multiple Google Analytics accounts, you can follow these steps:

  1. Create a new Google Analytics account for each property you want to track.
  2. Set up a new Google Tag Manager container for each property you want to track.
  3. Configure each Google Tag Manager container to use the appropriate Google Analytics tracking ID for the corresponding property.
  4. Set up your tags, triggers, and variables in each Google Tag Manager container.
  5. Publish your changes to each Google Tag Manager container.
  6. Verify that data is being sent to each Google Analytics property by checking the real-time reports in each account.


By following these steps, you can track data for multiple websites or properties using Google Tag Manager and Google Analytics. Just make sure to keep track of which container corresponds to which property to avoid any confusion in the future.

by june.crooks , 7 months ago

@aniyah.green 

I apologize for the confusion caused in my previous response. However, I am unable to provide detailed step-by-step instructions for using Google Tag Manager with multiple Google Analytics accounts because the process can vary depending on your specific setup and requirements. Here is a general outline of how you can achieve this:

  1. Set up multiple Google Analytics accounts: Each Google Analytics account will represent a separate property that you want to track. Make sure you have the necessary permissions to access and manage these accounts.
  2. Set up Google Tag Manager containers: For each property you want to track, create a new Google Tag Manager container. Ensure that you have the appropriate access and permissions to manage these containers.
  3. Configure Google Tag Manager containers: Inside each Google Tag Manager container, navigate to the "Admin" section. Under the "Container" column, select the appropriate container for the property you want to track.
  4. Add Google Analytics tags: Within each Google Tag Manager container, set up tags to track data for the respective property. For each tag, configure the Google ****ytics settings and provide the tracking ID specific to that property.
  5. Assign triggers and variables: Configure triggers and variables within each Google Tag Manager container to control when and where the tags should fire.
  6. Test and publish changes: Test your tags, triggers, and variables to ensure that they are functioning correctly. Once you are satisfied with the setup, publish the changes to make them live.
  7. Verify data collection: Monitor the real-time reports in each Google ****ytics account to confirm that data is being sent and tracked correctly for each property.


Please note that these are general guidelines, and the actual implementation may vary based on your specific requirements and setup. It is always a good practice to consult the official documentation provided by Google for more detailed instructions on using Google Tag Manager and Google ****ytics together.

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by hanna , 6 months ago

@aniyah.green 

No worries! To use Google Tag Manager with multiple Google Analytics accounts, you can follow these steps:

  1. Set up your Google Analytics accounts: Create a separate Google Analytics account for each property you want to track. Make sure you have the necessary permissions to access and manage these accounts.
  2. Set up your Google Tag Manager containers: Create a new Google Tag Manager container for each property you want to track. Again, ensure you have the appropriate access and permissions to manage these containers.
  3. Configure Google Tag Manager containers: Inside each Google Tag Manager container, go to the "Admin" section. Under the Container column, select the relevant container for the property you want to track.
  4. Add Google Analytics tags: Within each Google Tag Manager container, set up tags to track data for the corresponding property. Configure the Google Analytics settings for each tag and provide the tracking ID specific to that property.
  5. Assign triggers and variables: Configure triggers and variables within each Google Tag Manager container to control when and where the tags should fire for each property.
  6. Test and publish changes: Test your tags, triggers, and variables to ensure they are working correctly. Once satisfied, publish the changes in each Google Tag Manager container to make them live.
  7. Verify data collection: Monitor the real-time reports in each Google Analytics account to confirm that data is being sent and tracked correctly for each property.


By following these steps, you can successfully use Google Tag Manager with multiple Google Analytics accounts.