It’s really easy to accidentally end up with two different Google Tag Manager containers. In this case, my team created one container and the web developer added another container. The code was added to one but the other one was published on the website. Ooops! Easy mistake to make.

Luckily the peeps over at Google have thought this through and make it super easy to copy one Google Tag Manager container into another container.

If you watch today’s video I’ll show you how to do just that.

You can also follow these same steps if you are an agency and you have a “standard” container you want to roll out to your clients when you set up Google Tag Manager, or if you have several clients with the same website duplicated onto different domains and they have a separate GTM container for each. (Note: if it really is the same website you can use just the one container for all of them – but sometimes there are just some minor changes and you might want separate containers).

Okie dokie, well hopefully that has helped you today!

I look forward to catching you next time.

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