DNN Google Tag Manager

DNN Google Tag Manager is weweave’s easy-to-use solution for integrating Google’s Tag Manager into your website. The module adds all the required snippets into your site’s HTML. You don’t even have to write a single line of code! Of course, it follows Google’s best practices, allowing for maximum performance and SEO optimised content.

 

 

Find out more about DNN Google Tag Manager in our blog!

 

Features

  • Integrates Google Tag Manager snippet
  • No coding required
  • Supports multi-portal instances
  • Compatible with Microsoft’s Azure Cloud Platform
  • Compatible with Evoq Content
  • EVS verified

 

Do you want to give DNN Google Tag Manager a try?
You can test the module for free on portals which are accessible via localhost or *.local. If you want to test the module on non-local/production domains, please get a free trial license.

Do you want to obtain a license key?
The DNN Google Tag Manager module is licensed per domain at which your website is available. If you have secondary domains redirecting to one primary domain, only the primary needs to be licensed. Please check your portals’ configuration in order to determine the number of licenses you need. Feel free to contact us if you need help with choosing the correct license model. Subdomains for your domains are included in all licenses for free. You can test-drive the module free of charge on localhost and *.local domains.

Do you have a license and want to upgrade to a new version?
You can easily download and install a new version. Please ensure that your license is still valid and did not expire yet. In such case, the module will behave just as an unlicensed test version. You can upgrade to the latest possible version before your license expired without issues.
About the DNN CMS Platform

DNN® (formerly DotNetNuke®) is the leading open source web content management platform (CMS) in the Microsoft ecosystem. The product is used to build professional looking and easy-to-use commercial websites, social intranets, community portals, or partner extranets.

Source: dotnetnuke.codeplex.com