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Track YouTube Videos With Google Tag Manager in WordPress

Track Embedded Videos With Google Tag Manager in WordPressGoogle Tag Manager is extremely powerful. Most website interaction can be tracked without any customization, but, alas  do not pass the interaction values by default. This makes tracking the embedded videos a bit more high-touch. In this post, we’re going to track YouTube videos with Google Tag Manager in WordPress and tie it to applicable events in Google Analytics.

First, to track the embedded videos, we will be using a plugin. I typically hard code the Google Tag Manager code, but this plugin is starting to sway my recommendations. A little. If you do not want to use a plugin … Read More

Add Associated Website to YouTube Video Annotation

I’m going to quickly describe how to add associated website to a YouTube video annotation. This will allow you to link to applicable content on a site you OWN via the annotation.

What you need before you add the associated website to your YouTube video annotation:

 

Here’s how to add associated website to a YouTube video annotation

  1. Enable monetization of your channel: In YouTube click your top right avatar and then “Creator Studio:”
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