05-19-2015 08:20 AM - last edited on 08-14-2016 11:06 AM by kathleen_jo
This is the first such project I have undertaken. I have read the content here: Google Universal Analytics Tag Basic Configuration And have begun to add UA tags under the 'tags' tab in my Tealium control panel. I have a UA tag that I need to fire only when visitors hit a particular URL or any of its sub-pages. I am not sure if I should add my real life URL here so the example URL is: http://services.mywebsite.com/UK/HighLevelService/LowLevelService/ I do not want this particular UA tag to fire when users visit any pages located higher in the folder structure. For example: http://services.mywebsite.com/UK/ or http://services.mywebsite.com/UK/HighLevelService/ I have put the URL: http://services.mywebsite.com/UK/HighLevelService/LowLevelService/ into the 'domain' field and also added a single load rule with the condition: dom.URL CONTAINS_IGNORE_CASE followed by the same URL (http://services.mywebsite.com/UK/HighLevelService/LowLevelService/). And I have left the other options (e.g. Enhanced Link Attribution) at their default settings. Based on the information above have I set this up correctly? And secondly, I have published this to 'Dev' but I am not sure how I can test to see if this is working correctly. How could I see? I would like to ensure I have set up my first tag correctly before adding the following 120 tags!
05-19-2015 09:56 AM - last edited on 08-14-2016 11:13 AM by kathleen_jo
Hi Dan, Tough to answer your question exactly with out more details (more on that in a moment). To control when and where tags fire, you would use load rules (https://community.tealiumiq.com/t5/Tealium-iQ/SERIES-Load-Rules/ta-p/9511) in your example above, you would set up load rules based on the DOM URL data source To test your DEV configuration of Tealium iQ, you can use Web Companion (https://community.tealiumiq.com/t5/Productivity-Tools/Web-Companion/ta-p/11947) to switch to DEV in your local browser on your production website. If you have not already, I'd encourage you to attend our webinars to see some these kinds of tasks in action (https://community.tealiumiq.com/t5/Announcements/Tealium-University-Training-Calendar/m-p/1543) Now, back to whether or not your new GUA tags are configured correctly. You should reach out to your Tealium Account Manager to see about setting up a working session where you'll be paired up with a solutions engineer to go through the specific details of the implementation you are trying to achieve.