2) Click on Tag from the left side option. Name that tag according to your need. Click on Edit button of Tag Configuration. (Know how to add the Tag)
3) Now choose the Tag type. Click on Custom HTML from the custom.
4) Now paste the Trackier tracking code in HTML box. Shown in the image below.
5) Choose the trigger by clicking on the edit button on the right side of triggering. (Know more about trigger) For example, I want to track the conversion when a visitor comes to my website thank-you page after the successful sales then I choose the trigger which I created earlier with the page path that contains thank-you.
Hence your Trackier pixel tracking code has been install to your website with the help of Google Tag Manager. For any help drop us a line to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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