1. Create a Google Tag Manager account.
We’ll start by creating and setting up our account on Tag Manager.
- Head over to Google Tag Manager and sign in with your Google Account to start creating an Account.
- When signed in, you’ll need to create your first Tag Manager account. Click Create Account
- On the next page give your new Account a name, this can be anything. Select your Country and click Continue
- Then give your Container a name. Containers represent your website, pages, apps etc. We’re going to use the container for the web, so select that too.
- You’ll be brought into your new Tag Manager workspace, and will likely be prompted to Install Google Tag Manager, just click OK
- Click Add a new tag
- Give your new Tag a name, you can give it any name, choose one that’s relevant though so it’s easy to recognise.
- Click Tag Configuration to start adding your tag. In the pane that opens scroll down and select Custom HTML
- Scroll down to Triggering and click it.
- In the Pane that opens, check the box beside All Pages and click Add in the top right corner.
- Click Save
- You’ll be brought back to your Tag Manager Workspace.
Tag Manager requires you to Submit or Publish changes so we’ll need to do that.
- Click Submit in the top right corner
- Give your Version a name (This can be anything). Click Publish
- Switch back to the workspace Tab in Tag Manager and click the GTM id along the top bar.
- In the Dialog that opens, locate and copy the GTM id.
2. Add your Tag Manager ID to your Flipbook
- In the Content tab select the correct template and profile. Then select Setup
- In the window that opens select the Domains tab and next to the domain(s) your Flipbook will appear under paste in your Tag Manager ID that we copied earlier.
- Click Next, then Finish
- Now switch to the Design tab.
- Expand the advanced Panel on the left.
- Next to Analytics Type select Google Tags.
- Build and upload your Flipbook, and then view it!