Multiple LinkedIn Insight tags in one profile

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Bronze Contributor

Hello. I am having trouble adding multiple LinkedIn tags to one profile. I have tried a few scenarios, but they don't "track single" like the Facebook tags.

  • When I add the Partner IDs comma-separated to the same Insight tag, the conversion IDs I mapped apply to both Partners. I need them to track separately. 
  • When I added 2 Insight tags, only 1 Partner fired.

Does anyone know of a simple solution to adding multiple Insight tags? Or a way to edit the Insight tag template to "track single"? I don't want to use a generic image tag each time I have to add another Partner ID.



Multiple LinkedIn Insight tags in one profile

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Gold Contributor


I understand that you're having trouble adding multiple LinkedIn Insight tags to one Tealium profile and tracking them separately. Here's a solution to handle multiple LinkedIn Insight tags:

  1. Create separate LinkedIn Insight tag instances: In Tealium iQ Tag Management, add multiple instances of the LinkedIn Insight tag, one for each Partner ID you need to track. This will allow you to have separate tracking for each Partner ID.

  2. Configure each tag instance: For each LinkedIn Insight tag instance, configure the settings with the appropriate Partner ID and Conversion ID(s). Make sure you do this separately for each tag to avoid any overlapping configurations.

  3. Set up Load Rules: To ensure each tag fires correctly, set up appropriate Load Rules for each tag instance. You can use Load Rules to control when and where each tag will fire, based on the conditions you specify.

  4. Test the tags: Once you've completed the configuration, publish your changes and test the tags using browser developer tools. Check the network requests being sent to LinkedIn, and ensure that the correct Partner IDs and Conversion IDs are being sent in separate requests.

By using this approach, you can set up separate LinkedIn Insight tag instances for each Partner ID, and track them independently. This avoids the need to edit the tag template or use generic image tags, providing a cleaner and more manageable solution.

shivam joshi