Add Google AdWords Conversion Tracking Code WordPress

Discover How to Quickly Add Google AdWords Conversion Tracking Code to Your WordPress Website. Google AdWords Conversion Tracking Code is Critical to Track the Success of Your AdWords Campaigns. For more info.

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11 Responses to Add Google AdWords Conversion Tracking Code WordPress

  1. John Geyer says:

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  2. Diego Gonzalez says:


  3. Diego Gonzalez says:

    thank!!! …

  4. Rodrigo Castellanos says:

    Very clear. Thank you.

  5. DrFrankPn says:

    Simple and wonderful video. Thank you!

  6. Terry Gilsenan says:

    Great Video - Keep it up!

  7. Jan Elmar Sørensen says:

    Great video! How long should I wait from it not says “Unverified” in “Tracking Status” but “Confirmed” or something?

  8. Ian Redford says:

    Not at all, if you have an ad for each product which you should, the conversions will show at the adgroup, Ad and keyword levels within your account. Ian

  9. Sukkerpappa says:

    So basically, if you sell 500 different products on your website, you need a separate thank you-page for each product?

  10. Pooperscooper1 says:

    This didn’t work for me, webpress modifies the code after I publish it.

  11. Ian Redford says:

    Not true, simply follow the video and make sure you paste the code under the HTML tab of your confirmation page. The Google Website Optimization plugin is something I have not used, but it is for Google’s Website optimizer anyway, not conversion tracking. Ian

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