Does Your Website Need A Tag Manager
useful little chunks of code are placed on your website to provide you with the data required but as you add apps or change extensions and plugins you also need to change or update your tags. This generally involves bringing in an IT person, which means bridging the gaping communication divide between content creators and IT. Even if you are successful in communicating your needs, you still have to wait for your changes to be made, and when outsourcing your IT you will also have to pay for it.
Tags can also come with errors that need to be solved for individually or can make a page load slowly while it is waiting for all tags to load. The more tags you run on your website the more complicated it becomes to manage them and maintain a smooth loading and fast website.