How to enable single tealium profile for multiple sites?

shailesh_gaikwa
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shailesh_gaikwa

Hi,

 

we have few internal sites with different domain names with almost a same functionality.

We call them app sites.

I want to implement tealium tags on all of them and I want them to be configured through one tealium profile only. 

 

How should I go about implementing a single tealium profile and a single google analytics profile to tag and collect data from 30+ app sites which are having different domain names?

 

Regards,

Shailesh Gaikwad

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How to enable single tealium profile for multiple sites?

brian_kranson
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brian_kranson

@shailesh_gaikwa

Start with this article:

https://community.tealiumiq.com/t5/Developers/Profile-Inheritance/m-p/1329/highlight/true#M3784

 

And then you can use Extensions to set some data points: 

https://community.tealiumiq.com/t5/2-Tealium-iQ-Documentation/SERIES-Extensions/ta-p/9485

 

Finally the data will be mapped to a Tagging Vendor via the Tags Tab so the Vendor can receive the data:

https://community.tealiumiq.com/t5/1-Getting-Started-Documentation/Tags-Tab/ta-p/5016

 

Please let us know if this helps.  Otherwise, feel free to reach out to your Tealium Account Manager to get detailed help on your specific implementation of Tealium.

 

Brian

 

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How to enable single tealium profile for multiple sites?

shailesh_gaikwa
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shailesh_gaikwa

thanks brian,

 

that helps to some extent.

My question is more from the Google Analytics point of view.

 

If i create only one property in google analytics which will be used to collect data for all 30 websites having different domain then what configuration i need to do in tealium profile for that.

How to enable single tealium profile for multiple sites?

brian_kranson
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brian_kranson

@shailesh_gaikwa

Sometimes thinking about how to slove the question with a Tag Manager can be helpful and sometimes it just makes things more confusing.

 

So start with this question:  What would you need to do if you were not using Tealium or a Tag Managment solutuion?  If you know this, and know all the Google commands you want to run on each of your web properties, then it can be easier to understand what you need to do from a Tag Management perspective.  

 

My guess is there will not need to be too much more done then just adding the Google Universal Analytics tag.  However the Google Universal Analytics ecosystem has lots of settings you can choose to use.  You can read all about them on Google's website:

https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/analyticsjs/

 

Brian