To track internet speed data using Google Tag Manager, you can follow these steps:
- Sign in to your Google Tag Manager account.
- Create a new tag by going to "Tags" in the left sidebar and clicking "New."
- Give your tag a descriptive name and click on "Tag Configuration."
- In the search bar, type "Internet Speed Test" and select the "Internet Speed Test - Custom HTML Tag" from the results.
- Customize the tag as per your requirements. You can modify the URL for the speed test, add custom event triggers, or configure the tag to fire on particular pages.
- Save your configuration and click on "Triggering" to set up when the tag should fire.
- In the "Choose a trigger" section, click on "New" to create a new trigger.
- Give a name to your trigger and select the desired trigger type, such as "Page View" or "Form Submission," depending on your requirement.
- Set up the trigger conditions based on when you want the speed test to occur. For example, you can choose to trigger the test on specific pages or when certain events occur.
- Save your trigger, save your tag, and then submit your changes to publish the new configuration to your website.
Now, whenever a user meets the specified trigger conditions, Google Tag Manager will fire the internet speed test tag, allowing you to track internet speed data in your analytics platform or pass it to other tags for further analysis.