Server-side tracking for WordPress is a way to track conversions that don't rely on third-party cookies. It means that it can't be blocked by ad blockers, intelligent tracking prevention, and iOS 14 restrictions. The idea is to have all conversion data sent from browser and server (or only server), which makes conversion tracking more accurate.
1. How to Add Google Tag Manager Server-Side Tagging to WordPress
3. How to set up Google Tag Manager Server Container
Looking to set up a Google Tag Manager Server container on your WordPress site? Not sure if you need server-side tagging? If so, then this article is right for you. I will show you how to correctly set up Server-Side Tagging in WordPress (including WooCommerce stores) and explain the benefits. I will guide you on how to push Universal Analytics and Facebook tracking from the server-side.October 16, 2020
Looking to install Server-Side Google Tag Manager in WordPress? If you want to integrate analytics software and marketing applications with your WordPress website without losing any data (due to AdBlockers or ITPs), then Google Tag Manager Server-Side tagging is what you want to use. It allows you to add and run tracking codes via the server environment. In this article, we’ll explain how to add Google Tag Manager Server-Side Container in WordPress using our plugin.