In this module, the following topics will be addressed:
In this module, the goal is to install and configure Google Tag Manager and Google Analytics and connect that to Adobe Experience Platform by capturing data from your Platform Demo website client-side and streaming it in real-time to Adobe Experience Platform.
This is to show that brands with an existing Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager implementation can also benefit from the power of Adobe Experience Platform, without limitations or latencies.
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Have a look at the below architecture, which highlights the components that will be discussed and used in this module.
For this module, please use this sandbox:
Don’t forget to install, configure and use the Chrome Extension as referenced in 0.6 - Install the Chrome extension for the Experience League documentation
In this exercise, you’ll set up a Google User Account. If you already have a Google User Account, you can skip this step.
In this exercise, you’ll set up a Google Tag Manager property. You will use this on the Platform Demo website to manage the Google Analytics code and to send data to platform.
In this exercise, you’ll set up a Google Analytics property which will be used on your Platform Demo website.
In this exercise, you’ll be configuring Data Elements so you can send data to Google Analytics and to Adobe Experience Platform.
In this exercise, you’ll retrieve data sets in Adobe Experience Platform.
After the configuration of variables in your Google Tag Manager property and retrieving the configuration of your datasets in the Adobe Experience Platform UI, you’re now ready to configure your Google Tag Manager Tags to send real data into Adobe Experience Platform.
With all GTM configuration done now, let’s publish your Google Tag Manager property.
After publishing your Google Tag Manager property, you can now implement it on your Platform Demo website.
With the implementation done now, you’ll learn how you can verify your full implementation.
Summary of this module and overview of the benefits.
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