We were recently working with a client to clean up all of their tracking and conversion code. Part of that task involved taking all of the code which was placed directly on their site, and moving it inside of Google Tag Manager. (We love it when everything is all neat and tidy, and inside of Tag Manager).
Their web development team was very helpful in taking the old code off and installing Tag Manager for us, from there it was rather easy to implement the new tags, set them up to fire properly, and everything was working just fine. Except for one thing, our client, and their web team, had just one question:
At first, the person that answered my question said no, then after a few follow-up questions, said, yes. It seemed like perhaps we should dig a little further. So I asked for someone in their coding division to reach out and help answer.
Nate responded (You know Nate right? He said everyone would know him) and said that Yes, it will work.
Here’s an example of Conversion Tracking Code that Nate Provided:
Unfortunately there is no other documentation provided by Google to link to, so if you need further clarification, the only thing you can do is to either Test it yourself, or Call Google at 1-866-246-6453 and ask for Nate.