• Amin Shawki

    Great article about Google Tag Manager! We’re excited for this new marketing tool as well. The problem we noticed is the hassle it can be spending a lot of time searching for those tags in your website’s code, especially as a marketer. So we created a tool that finds tags in in your website’s code and generates a report of all tag locations for you. TagInspector.com will save so much time automatically pulling tag locations for you and sending you a report, definitely worth a look.

  • http://www.dewaldthuysamen.com/ Dewaldt Huysamen

    Hi Daniel. I checked it out just now but my concerns is with Event tracking. I see there is a way to add it but when I look at it I see one can not add event tracking tags yet so for instance some one clicks to show number etc.

  • David Edwards

    It’s a shame that it doesn’t currently work with the Webmaster Tools tags – you can stick it into the tag manager fine as HTML Tag, but verifying the site through WMT returns a “We couldn’t find the verification meta tag” error. Makes sense why though – WMT are scraping your site for this tag and coming up empty because obviously it isn’t there.

    Anyway, I hope they sort a fix for this. It’ll be great to store all my Google website malarkey in one place.

  • http://luisgalarza.blogspot.com/ Luis Galarza

    This is indeed an important new service to help improve speed, not just for your site, but for IT department.

  • http://twitter.com/dfmaher Dan Maher

    Pretty slick. I know there were many a time in my career where I left a website meeting wondering why the marketing people couldn’t learn to handle their own tagging since it was so immediate and urgent and critical. Now I could happily show them this tool and send them on their merry way! They actually COULD and WOULD do it themselves with Tag Manager! All the cycles that would free for reading the rest of the internet…

  • Atul Sharma

    Awesome tool by google. Thank for sharing a brief description.