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12-04-2021

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How to implement Adobe analytics via Google tag manager. Any link for step by step guide

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  1. Create a Custom HTML tag and put your s_code in there. BUT DON'T INCLUDE THE s.t() line! Fire this with the "All Pages" trigger.
  2. Create a trigger for "DOM Ready".
  3. Create another Custom HTML tag. Put your s.t() line in there. Fire this with the "DOM Ready" trigger that you created at step 2.
  4. If you need to fire s.tl() to track Custom/Download/Exit Links, create a Custom HTML tag for it and fire it with the appropriate trigger for your website.

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