Your Loclweb website is built with WordPress, and we use Site Kit (a Google created plugin for WordPress) to provide you with Google Analytics for your website. Site Kit also allows you to connect your website seamlessly to Google Tag Manager, Google Optimize, and Google AdSense.
These instructions will walk you through installing Google Tag Manager.
Site Kit is already enabled for your website, you just need to log into your Loclweb WordPress dashboard.
Now you can start the Google Tag Manager installation process.
Step 1: Click Site Kit.
Step 2: Click the Sign In With Google button.
Step 3: Click another Sign in with Google button.
Step 4: Choose your Google account to sign in with or choose the Use another account option to sign into your Google account.
Step 5: Click the Continue button.
Step 6: Click the Go to my Dashboard button.
Step 7: Click Settings under the Site Kit dashboard item.
Step 8: Click the Connect More Services tab.
Note: When you first connect Site Kit, Google Analytics is automatically connected. If you’d prefer to connect Google Analytics through Google Tag Manager, you’ll need to disconnect it from Site Kit. You will lose analytics in your website dashboard if you disconnect Google Analytics from Site Kit.
Step 9: Click the Set up Tag Manager link.
Step 10: Choose your Google account or sign into another Google account.
Step 11: Click the Continue button.
Step 12: Choose to set up a new account from the Account drop-down or choose an existing account. If you select an existing account, skip to step 18.
Step 13: Type in a unique account name that identifies your account.
Step 14: Type the full URL of the website you’re placing the container (ex. www.yourdomain.com).
Step 15: Choose Web.
Step 16: Click the Create button.
Step 17: Click Re-fetch My Account, so you can select your newly created account.
Step 18: Make sure the correct Account and Container are selected and then click the Confirm & Continue button.
Step 19: Click Settings under Site Kit.
You should now see Tag Manager as being connected under the connected services tab. Keep in mind that if you are going to set up Google Analytics in Tag Manager you should disconnect it from Site Kit, so you don’t end up with double data or website issues.