Tag Management is evolving rapidly and so is the technology and innovation behind it. That’s why we’ve launched Techblog: a look into TagMan’s technical adventures.
Fuelled by our very own (and very talented) technical team, TechBlog is dedicated to sharing how we tackle unique challenges through interesting solutions. Not only will you hear more about the magic that goes on behind the scenes at TagMan, but also our take on the latest ideas in the software community.
Last year, AdExchanger.com asked us for our 2011 predictions, and the topics of attribution and privacy were at the top of our list. Interestingly, prediction 4 came true with Terry Kawaja launching an AdTechnopoly board. Here in 2012, we see attribution and privacy appearing again but overall we predict the tag management space growing with usage in those areas becoming more of a priority for marketers.
In a recent conversation with Harry and David’s director of online marketing, Shanti Shunn reminisced about the days when, if you wanted tag management you built your own solution in-house.
It can be hard to believe, but build vs. buy is still a debate in a variety of tech circles. This came to mind recently when we watch a video posted by analytics expert Jason Thompson in which he debates the merits of roll-your-own analytics systems. Continue reading →
Gary Angel is president and CTO of Semphonic, a consultancy that helps companies improve web analytics implementations. Together with Tagman CEO Paul Cook, he’ll present a webinar on Thursday, Sept. 29 entitled “Accelerate Your Website, Accelerate Your Sales”. We caught up with Gary to learn more about what he’ll be discussing, and who should sign up to participate. Continue reading →
The word “guru” is an overused one, but when it comes to web analytics, Stéphane Hamel is undisguisedly worthy of the title. An all-round online analytics advocate, Stéphane is also director of strategic services at Cardinal Path, an educator and a prolific speaker.
We caught up with him to discuss tag management in the context of web analytics, organizational change, and implementation best practices. Continue reading →
A good question, yet one many marketers, web analytics and IT departments are ill equipped to answer. To help them address this critical question, Forrester Research has developed a six-point tag audit and tag management scorecard to help all parties involved determine their level of tag management risk. Continue reading →
Tag management is evolving rapidly, and so is the news and information surrounding the topic. To help keep up with it all – and to help marketers, e-commerce providers and web analytics professionals make sense of it all – we’ve launched a new monthly newsletter, Tag Management Times. Continue reading →