Stape created Cookie reStore tag for server Google Tag Manager to pass cookies from domainA.com to domainB.com. When you need to store user identifiers and their cookies in Firebase and restore them - our tag might be the best solution. There are no restrictions on the type of user identifier and it's number. It could either be an email address or some other kind of unique identifies, like user ID in the CRM, cookie, etc.
1. Server-side cross-domain tracking using Cookie reStore tag
2. Third-party cookies are about to expire. Will server-side tracking help?
3. Extend cookie lifetime using server-side Google Tag Manager
By the end of 2024, Chrome and Chrome-based browsers will be done with third-party cookies. Safari and Firefox already implemented Intelligent Tracking Algorithms that can block trackers. That leads to the next point: digital advertising methods that rely on third-party cookies to target consumers might become ineffective or even stop working altogether. This change in how advertisers track users will hurt many publishers and ad networks that rely on these third-party companies to display ads and collect data from site visitors to understand their audience. In this blog post, I will explain what a third-party cookie is, why it matters, and how server-side tracking can help businesses transit to the world without third-party cookies.Edited Oct 17, 2023
Learn how to use server Google Tag Manager to extend cookie lifetime. This will help you with tracking restrictions that affect 3rd party cookies.Edited Jul 6, 2022
Cross-domain tracking is a complicated process, but with the help of Stape's Cookie reStore tag, it can be made simple. Learn how to set it up.