Using GTM with a Content Security Policy (CSP) and impress your DevOps team in the process
The internet is a beautiful place. If you think chaos is beautiful, that is, because it is also a place where everyone and everything is hacked, abused, and manipulated for money, status or just the lolz. To prevent your precious Google Tag Manager implementation —and your entire site for that matter— from falling victim to malicious code taking over checkout funnels or secretly listening to form input from visitors it's time to implement a Content Security Policy (CSP).
Cookie Consent: A Simple Checklist for Compliance
With terms like GDPR, Cookies, ePrivacy Directive, ePrivacy Regulation, ITP, ETP, most people's heads will start spinning. Nonetheless, not complying with privacy regulation can be a costly business in multiple ways. Find out what's what and how to check if your website is compliant.
Building a complete tag monitoring solution for Google Tag Manager
Do you know if all your tags are used in Google Tag Manager or if you can remove some? Do you know if they work for all your users? Or if they fire on the right dataLayer events and how long they take to execute? Follow along for a complete solution to monitor your Google Tag Manager implementation including a dashboard. Tag monitoring will allow you to understand if important tags are actually firing for real users on your site and see when they break down.