Hi Mathew. In case you’re still looking for the answer to tracking multiple forms submissions in Contact Form 7 with Google Tag Manager and pushing onto Google Analytics, I’ve responded to Greg, the original respondent of the post here. Hope this helps! :)
Hi Greg, I found another solution that is working for me on this need. Read this article from ‘How to Track WordPress Contact Form 7 (CF7) form submission with Google Tag Manager (GTM)’.
According to my limited knowledge on coding, I know it is not as same as the solution from James, but the solution from Panchroma does…
I’ll vote for ‘Video’ when it comes to practice. Readers are not allowed to pause on GIFs, which may make the reading/practising process harder and takes a longer time.
Great example for ones willing heating up traffics on LinkedIn to follow. The piece of content is nearly written step-by-step strategically. Simply basic but useful enough(I don’t like tricks that go too fancy personally) to follow up.
Congrats to Unplash team. You have created such a great form that makes the internet beautiful and fair again with simple but important ideas. You’ve come so far, and we users are all looking forward to see another bigger stage for Unsplash to archive.
Hi, Anu Sha. I found this post by accident. I realise you published the post in 2015. I’d still leave a note in case the method is still needed.
Here are some steps you need to do to access the goal:
It is shocked to see an official decision like this. Difficult. It’s never been easy for people leading scale like Medium to make decisions with visions and persists of original goals. I personally enjoy the reading time with Medium. May the team archives goals they’ve defined at last.