So we have begun using unbounced and the headaches are starting to mount. Here is the problem:
We have 5 landing pages with different URL’s, similar, but ending differently. All we want is to be able to have Google conversion tracking work when the “Call now” button on a landing page is clicked, or when the “Contact us” form on the same is submitted. That’s it.
I have gone into Google ads, created a Google Tag, created 2 conversion actions, one for when a form is submitted and one for when a “click on call” number is clicked. Google then gave me some HTML code snippets to add in the HTML after the Google Tag that was installed via script manager.
Problem is, when I go to edit the tag in script manager, nothing happens. I asked CS about this and they said that’s how it’s supposed to be, but that I can install other scripts such as for the submit form button and the click on call button using the script manager. Problem is, all of our landing pages have different phone numbers and URL’s as stated above. So I did some further reading and Google says that you can just input the HTML code for the conversion tracking into the HTML of your page. Then I went to unbounced to try and figure out how to edit the HTML, and Unbounced says you can’t, and have to use the custom HTML button on the builder. But when I input this code on the page, all it does is give me a new button instead of pointing to the buttons already on the page.
This would be fine in theory, because I could just delete the old "Call now” and “Submit Form” buttons and replace them with those, but the issue is that Unbounced feeds Zapier, which in turn places the leads in our CRM, which then does other things. So if I use the “HTML Google buttons”, Zapier will no longer track form submissions.
I’m at my wits end and could really use some advice from others who have grappled with this. I’m not sure if I’m overstressed and not thinking straight and missing something obvious, or if it’s really this messy. Thanks.