By Amanda Schroeder / April 27, 2018 Analytics Google Analytics Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager Debugging Tools. One we didn’t cover in that post is what we often refer to as the “source of truth” when it comes to identifying whether or not your Google Analytics tracking code is doing its job: your browser’s Network tab. Why the Network tab? Well, we call it the “source of truth” for a reason – the Network tab is the only tool with 100% accuracy. It’s the only tool that shows you (1) the exact form of the request that was sent to Google, and (2) the exact response – which we will learn how to interpret in this post. While other tools are certainly helpful to get a quick sense of what’s working and what’s not, it’s great to have options when it comes to testing an analytics implementation – and the Network tab is one of our go-to tools for feeling confident in our setup as it tells us EXACTLY what is being fired and when. It also provides some additional helpful features you won’t find elsewhere. This post aims to provide a general overview of what the Network tab… Read full this story
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