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Filtering Out Google Tag Manager Traffic From D365 Marketing Website Visits - 365 Community

Filtering Out Google Tag Manager Traffic From D365 Marketing Website Visits

If you are using D365 Marketing, and are trying to make the most from all the functionality, you’ve likely set up a marketing website record and generated tracking code to add to your organisations corporate website. This means you can track visits to the site, most of which will be anonymous, but with named visits showing when a Contact in D365 interacts with the site (assuming they have…

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Filter Out Google Tag Manager Traffic In D365 Marketing

NOTE: ALL INFORMATION IS ACCURATE AT DATE OF PUBLISHING *** If you are using D365 Marketing, and are trying to make the most from all the functionality, you’ve likely set up a marketing website record and generated tracking code to add to your organisations corporate website.

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