It’s no secret, tag management and the quality of your data is crucial to your organization’s digital intelligence.
Both tag management and data quality processes are implemented and enforced to maximize your digital marketing efforts and budget, ensuring that you are receiving the best ROI on your investments.
Tag Management Systems (TMS) are investments that improve the digital marketing experience exponentially. Previous to TMS, marketing tags were implemented and maintained manually, allowing for detrimental inconsistencies that could leave your data useless and render your digital intelligence non-existent.
With a TMS, your digital marketing world becomes simplified through uniform, automated tag installation and management processes.
However, TMS implementations and management are still prone to human error. For example, if a single marketing tag is duplicated and launched twice across your site or if you update to the latest version of a tag and the old version is not removed, this can drastically alter your digital data.
So how do you make sure you are collecting accurate data?
Through a flawless TMS implementation and maintenance plan and an ongoing QA process for your digital data.
In addition to the automation that Tag Management Systems provide, the digital data QA process can now be automated through the use of Data Quality Assurance platforms.
Once you can trust your TMS and QA processes, you can begin to trust your digital analytics data, boosting your digital intelligence through the management and collection of accurate insights.
There are some simple steps that support a successful tag management strategy. In a recent webinar TMS expert Adam Corey and analytics specialist Patrick Hillery discussed each topic during the webinar 7 Steps to a Successful Tag Management Strategy.
This webinar, lead by TMS expert Adam Corey and analytics specialist Patrick Hillery, discusses crucial steps to maintaining and governing your Tag Management System. In this webinar you will discover:
- The best tips for assigning ownership, onboarding stakeholders and documenting TMS architecture
- Ways to best add new features and push them into production
- How to QA and audit your web analytics data to ensure you maximize the ROI of your TMS technology
This webinar is now available on-demand here.