Export DTM Rules with Tagtician

It has been a wild few weeks. We publicly released our beta about 2 weeks ago and have gotten some fantastic feedback – some simple and some more challenging. I’ve personally thanked everyone who has given feedback so far, but want to extend a thanks to those who are still actively using the tool. We’ve […]

Review: DTM’s CSS Selector

Adobe unleashed a brand new utility affectionately known as “CSS Selector” that will help you tag your site. It’s still in beta, but I wanted to share my thoughts on this new innovation. So what is CSS Selector? It’s a utility that’s baked into DTM rules that will help you construct selectors. In other words, it will help […]

DTM Tagtics

You get that play on words? TAGtics? Like… tagging tactics? So we’ve had DTM for a while and I think it’s time we have a heart-to-heart. I think it’s time you tag your site differently. DTM was created with the intent that you would create your tags based on user behavior. Why would you want to do that? […]

Tagtician and 33 Sticks join forces

So if you read my blog you’ve certainly seen that I’ve been busy working on this project called Tagtician. This is pretty closely related to that extension thing I mentioned a while back. Well, I’m proud to say it’s actually a thing. It’s SUCH a thing that I’ve partnered with my friends over at 33 Sticks […]

The Future of Tag Management

Tag management is still relatively new. What was the first TMS? TagMan? It was probably another one… my memory is a bit fuzzy. Though still young, the industry has evolved through several iterations. The early tag management systems relied on templates. The language everyone spoke was in the context of these templates. “We have a template […]