Same web property ID is tracked twice - integration Google / HubSpot

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FDrishakGerm
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I have integrated my website (which is based on HubSpot CMS) with Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager, in an attempt of best tracking analytics and events. On HubSpot, there is no need to copy paste the snippet, rather you simply insert the Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager property ID under the "Integration" sections - which is what I have done. While debugging, Google tag assistant is now giving me back this yellow warning "Same web property ID is tracked twice.". I tried to remove the integration from HubSpot, but it resulted in a red error- as if there was no tracking anymore. I have looked on the web, but found no evidence of HubSpot integration. Any idea on where I should look?? Thanks in advance unionwells

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Ben_M
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Can you post a link to a sample page for us to review? Normally Google Analytics is triggered from Google Tag Manager, so it's not necessary to include both on your site, only one or the other.

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Mike_Eastwood
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Key Advisor | Gold Partner

Hi @FDrishakGerm 

 

Tag Assistant Legacy (by Google) is a usefull Browser Extension for Google Chrome to help you figure out what's going on with your tags.

 

Have fun

Mike

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Aakar
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Thanks @sharonlicari 

 

Hi @FDrishakGerm 

 

If you're using Google Tag Manager to manage your Google Analytics tag, you don't need to put your GA code/ID in HubSpot. Please check your HubSpot settings. Make sure your GA is being tracked from GTM. 

 

Thanks.

Aakar Anil
Marketing Technologist
aakar.me | @aakarpost | in/aakarpost

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sharonlicari
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Hey @FDrishakGerm 

 

Welcome to the Community!

 

I'll invite to this thread a few experts that can share their thoughts with you!

 

Hey @Aakar @Mike_Eastwood @Ben_M what would you advise here?

 

Thanks

Sharon


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Aakar
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Key Advisor

Thanks @sharonlicari 

 

Hi @FDrishakGerm 

 

If you're using Google Tag Manager to manage your Google Analytics tag, you don't need to put your GA code/ID in HubSpot. Please check your HubSpot settings. Make sure your GA is being tracked from GTM. 

 

Thanks.

Aakar Anil
Marketing Technologist
aakar.me | @aakarpost | in/aakarpost

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Ben_M
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Key Advisor

Can you post a link to a sample page for us to review? Normally Google Analytics is triggered from Google Tag Manager, so it's not necessary to include both on your site, only one or the other.

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Mike_Eastwood
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Key Advisor | Gold Partner

Hi @FDrishakGerm 

 

Tag Assistant Legacy (by Google) is a usefull Browser Extension for Google Chrome to help you figure out what's going on with your tags.

 

Have fun

Mike

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Danylo
Member

If you want to track offline conversions/sales, than GA CID is by far not a single parameter you need to send to GA in order to bypass its filter as well as to send a correct IP (geo) or not a server, but a user. We use our own developement - GTM tag to track all the needed data and inject them as a hidden Non HubSpot form fields, that can still be tracked by HubSpot. The rest is done by a connector (Zapier dosn't do this preperly).

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