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Load Times & DTM


If I say “BAADFX”, do you flinch? You’re a developer, so I guess you should. I’m talking about the results for your pages on Each letter is the result of a specific category of the test. A is better

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Posted in DTM, Integration, Javascript

DTM – How to Amend an Existing Analytics Setup

(Let me state right here at the beginning that judging by the feedback I got from my beta testers editors, this article may not be for the faint of heart. If you think Javascript should be treated with respect, you

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Posted in DTM, Integration, Javascript, Page Code, Plugins, Tips

DTM Property – Report Suite – Staging/Production

Most developers who work with web sites are working on multiple environments. You’d at least have a development and production environment. Web analytics is no different, we also have different environments. We have different environments in different areas, actually, to

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Posted in DTM, Principles

Quick Tip – One s_code.js for Multiple Sites

The situation: you are responsible for a couple of sites on different domains. Tracking is pretty much the same on all of these pages, but there are some small differences (e.g. each site tracks into a separate report suite). A

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Posted in DTM, Javascript, Plugins, Tips

What does a Digital Analytics department do?

I was going to move on to the next step of my journey, replacing more plugins with Dynamic Tag Management features when I came across and article written by Richard Hayes, that I really want you to read, especially if

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Posted in Opinion, Principles