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Can I add ClickMagick pixels and code in Google Tag Manager?

You sure can. When done correctly, this is technically no different than adding the pixels or tracking code directly to your web pages.

The only problem we’ve seen with Google Tag Manager is that it’s a more complex way of adding your pixels and tracking code, and some users just mess it up. There are many ways to “screw up”, and it’s also easy to end up adding duplicate pixels or codes which can also be a problem.

You’re welcome to use Google Tag Manager. Just double-check that you’ve added everything correctly.

And if you run into problems when testing your tracking, go back and triple-check it again ...

Article 677 Last updated: 11/04/2020 7:59:26 AM