Digital Advertising Tutorials – #googleads How to Track E- Commerce Cookies Using GTM Tutorial in தமிழ் #shorts #youtubeshorts

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Digital Advertising Tutorials – #googleads How to Track E- Commerce Cookies Using GTM Tutorial in தமிழ் #shorts #youtubeshorts

by | Jul 21, 2022 | Digital Advertising | 0 comments

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Full Video : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KTwmu_9M71c

First-party cookies are short text files generated by the host domain. This data enables the browser to remember important user info, such as what items were added to the shopping cart, username, password, and language preferences.

1st Party Cookie variables allow Google Tag Manager to access the first-party cookies created by your website so that you can fire tags, trigger actions and assign a value to users’ interactions within your website.

If we set this up correctly, additional pieces of information will allow us to understand our visitors and users better, provide a more elegant and useful visit to our website as well as enable us to make better data-driven decisions.

Would you like to set up your GTM first-party cookie correctly? If you do, we have you covered.

I created this video in which i shows you how to set up a GTM Cookie and store some value in it in an easy way. So relax and follow along with me while i showing you how to do it.

🔗 Links:
GTM Variable Builder: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/gtm-variable-builder/feeboihdgpananoagfmbohoogoncndba?hl=en

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