Website tag management is complex, expensive, and often requires tech specialists to configure it.
Website owners and marketing agencies often spend long and expensive cycles manually tagging their websites and campaigns to get a complete website traffic overview.
Long and complex website tag management requires hours and hours of work on your part. It’s not something you can do when you’re rushed for time, especially if you have a lot of websites to manage.
Tagmate helps you automate the implementation of tracking tags (code) on your website.
It eliminates the hassle and expense of manual tagging while allowing marketing agencies to create and manage campaigns much more efficiently.
Tagmate can help you save up to 82% of your development time when implementing tracking tags.
The no-code solution will give you complete control over your tag management without needing any developer.
Step 1: You can select the relevant pre-built tracking templates
Step 2: Add all the user inputs and copy data layer snippets to the server wherever required.
Step 3: Push to GTM and done; it’s that simple and easy!
As Google has announced, Universal Analytics will stop working from July 2023.
Your Google Universal Analytics will stop working by July 1, 2023, as per Google (You can google to validate this).
Google has launched Google Analytics 4, and everyone must switch to the newer version. Google has offered up to 12-14 months for every company to make that migration.
It will cost you $2k to $15k+ to hire a developer or an agency to migrate your tracking setup from UA to GA4.
That's where Tagmate comes to the rescue… (like a Captain America)
If you have an existing Universal Analytics setup and want to migrate to GA4, Tagmate's GA4 migration module is for you. Not only that, Tagmate will ensure that your migration is implemented with speed and accuracy.
Implementing tracking can become a hassle if you're a non-tech marketer or product manager.
That's where Tagmate's GA4 Implementation module comes in and makes the process dead simple. Simply select the templates relevant to your business, and you're done!
Your Google & Facebook Ads account has been configured. However, to measure how your ads perform, you need to configure your site's Google and Facebook ads pixels.
This process can take weeks to complete and sometimes even months to set up correctly. And after so long, the chances are that you record incorrect data if the implementation is incorrect.
Tagmate's Google & Facebook Ads Marketing Pixels module simplifies the entire process with just a few clicks. It will create a fully functional conversion and re-marketing pixel set up for you in just minutes.
Tracking user interactions on your website made easy...
Tagmate Tracker Chrome extension is the shortest, fastest way to track user interactions on your website with 100% accuracy. Zero code required.
AngelOne - One of the most prominent stockbrokers in India has implemented the following goals with Tagmate:
Post implementing Tagmate, they have saved 82% of development costs and 80% of their time.
Save yourself all the hassle and up to 82% of your costs and time by using Tagmate, one of the best no-code tracking solutions.
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Chrome Plugin available
Relatively easy to use for a newbie like me
The help information is readily accessible
Access to support is easy to find
A very enthusiastic roadmap that shows a commitment to developing features that customers will find useful
None for me
Speed of development
Friendly and Rapid Support
Improve clarity in just a few areas. Make it just a bit easier.
Easy plug and play template
Easy integration + Automations
Auto-sync of custom dimensions for data collection in GA.
A bit of learning curve involved
Easy to implement
Advanced Analytics & Tracking
No coding knowledge required
One-click implementation of Google properties
Saves 90% of the time of implementation
Cost-effective & saves team, developer costs
Reduces technical dependency
Requires google properties already implemented to link tagmate
Requires Google Tag Manager account
Simple to Use Chrome Exstension
Multiple Templates for Tracking Events
Caring and Available Support
UI Could Stand to Improve A Bit
Could Have A Stronger Onboarding System
Support Email - email@example.com
Can we remove a website & replace it with another one?
No. Once a website is added, it cannot be replaced with another website. 1 Website will consume 1 slot from the website quota forever. For a higher no. of websites, you can opt for the Unlimited websites plan.
What is Tagmate?
Tagmate is a SaaS product to set up most of your web tracking requirements of Google Analytics (GA3/ GA4) by automating the Google Tag Manager (GTM) implementation process in a few clicks. There are 40+ predefined industry templates like ecommerce add to cart, page scroll tracking, lead form submission tracking, page load time tracking and more. If you have an existing UA/ GA3 setup and want to migrate your tags to the new GA4, Tagmate functions seamlessly and with 100% accuracy.
Our team has built Tagmate from the ground up as we were trying to make the lives of our internal web analytics and development teams easier. We are open to critical feedback and we will strive to improve the time value of Tagmate in your daily operations.
How can I use Tagmate?
For setting up event tags and marketing pixels using GTM for your GA account, you will need to connect your GTM and GA accounts with the Tagmate web app. You can opt to implement UA tags or new GA4 tags or even migrate from UA to GA4 with ease. Tagmate has a repository of predefined templates relevant to your tracking needs which you can push to GTM in existing or new containers or share code snippets with your developers.
One last step, Tagmate does not publish your GTM container directly; so you can review the configurations once in GTM before going live with data tracking. If you face any issues/ bugs during the process, click the Support tab within Tagmate product or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will turn around at the earliest.
How is Tagmate different from GTM implementation?
A very good question. Generally, a product/ web analyst first identifies the website elements and events they need to track in GA. H/she creates and documents the events schema to ensure high analytics data quality before sharing with the developer in Excel/ Sheets. The developer now goes through the tracking setup process of writing datalayer codes, creating variables, tags, triggers and QA in GTM and GA.
After a decade of GA implementations, we have figured out there are scores of such event tracking needs that can be fairly automated on top of GTM right from standard codes to tags and triggers creation with 100% accuracy. An analyst can install these predefined tracking templates on their own with zero or limited developer dependency and save hours of effort and money. They don’t even need to login to GTM. In short, Tagmate is automation of your GTM setup, but not an alternative.
What’s the use of Tagmate Tracker Chrome Extension?
With Tagmate's Chrome Extension, we are enabling our customers to track any user interaction on their websites by mouse click on the page elements and save it as Google Analytics (GA3 and GA4) events tags. This is as fast as tagging can happen without writing a single piece of code with high accuracy.
User interactions can be in the form of click events, pageviews, element visibility, form and video tracking, etc. While the Tagmate main app helps in tracking standard and recommended events using pre-built templates , this Chrome extension opens up all custom tracking opportunities irrespective of your web technologies/frameworks and CMS platforms.
So, why wait - add the extension to Chrome and speed up your development sprints and achieve your tagging milestones!
What are the prerequisites of using Tagmate?
a) You need to have edit/publish access to your GTM container which Tagmate will authorize and connect for all implementation or migration activities.
b) You need to have a basic understanding of how GTM works and publish containers for active data collection.
c) Additionally, for UA to GA4 migration, if you need to list UA custom dimensions in Tagmate, you will also need to have edit access to your GA property.
Our customer data is sensitive and confidential. How do we ensure its protection while using Tagmate?
Relax, your customer data is safe. Tagmate does not do event logging when the GTM container is published. The only data that gets stored in Tagmate servers are the templates and user defined parameters, if any that you have activated and pushed to GTM. This is to ensure there is no duplication of same event tracking templates and to maintain high analytics data quality. We comply with all policy guidelines listed here.
Once you have deactivated your Tagmate account, we will delete all the projects and configurations except your user profile details. The latter is only to re-engage you with our boring or quirky blogs and newsletters, obviously with your consent.
Does Tagmate work on Shopify, Wordpress, Magento, Woocommerce etc.?
Tagmate works on all types of websites and web technologies such as JS based, Shopify/ WordPress/ headless CMS, Single Page Application (SPA), etc. Tagmate also supports e-commerce websites built on Shopify or using the Woocommerce or Magento plugins. Tagmate’s Chrome Extension supports the latest versions of Google Chrome.
How is Tagmate different from other Tag Management platforms?
There is one striking difference between other Tag Management SaaS tools and Tagmate. Other Tag Management collects the data by placing their third party scripts on the client website and routing the collected data by their web servers. Whereas, Tagmate has been built on top of privacy centric principles where it does not collect any user data and neither installs third party scripts. Tagmate configures pre-built tracking templates into your Google Tag Manager account and the GTM server will now handle all the network requests routing and data transfers to GA and other marketing platforms.