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Google Integrations

Learn how to setup Google Analytics, Google Ads, or Google Tag Manager.

Make sure you're signed up for Campsite Pro to use the Google Integrations features.

What we'll cover in this support article:

Google Analytics

Google Analytics is a powerful tool for tracking who is visiting your Campsite. Easily view where users are visiting from, how many are visiting per day, and much more.

If you don't have an analytics account, please head here for help getting it setup. We recommend creating a new property for your Campsite page. Once that is done, return here for the next step.

Getting Your Tracking/Measurement ID

The piece of information Campsite needs is called a Measurement ID. Each stream on Google Analytics will have a unique one (G-XXXXXXXX).

  1. Sign in to your analytics account.
  2. Open your property and select a view
    Open Property
  3. Select "Admin" at the bottom of the menu
  4. Select Data Streams from the Property Column
    Tracking info panel
  5. Select the Data Stream you want to connect with your Campsite profile Data Streams
  6. Copy the Measurement ID located in the top right corner. Web stream details
  7. Paste the Measurement ID on the Campsite settings page in the Analytics section.
    Integration settings
  8. You're all set! Tracking info will take around 24 hours to show up in your Google Analytics account.

Google Ads

If you're advertising with Google Ads you can leverage Campsite to target visitors to your profile with our integration.

Getting Your Remarketing Tag

The piece of information Campsite needs is the Tracking ID of a remarketing tag (AW-XXXXXXXX). Setup steps can be viewed in more detail in this google remarketing tag setup guide or you can view an abbrevieted version below.

  1. Sign in to Google Ads.
  2. Click on the tools icon in the upper right and click Audience Manager under the section labeled “Shared library”
  3. On the left, click Audience sources. This opens a group of sources from which you can create remarketing lists.
  4. In the “Google Ads tag” card, click SET UP TAG.
    • If you’ve already set up a tag, select Edit source from the 3-dot icon in the upper right of the “Google Ads tag” card. If you’re just getting the code, skip to step 6.
  5. Select which type of data the tag will collect, standard data or specific attributes/parameters.
  6. Click CREATE AND CONTINUE.
    • This button will say SAVE AND CONTINUE for an existing tag.
  7. When the installation screen appears, your global site tag and event snippet will be ready for use. We only need the ID from this line gtag('config', 'AW-123456789');.
  8. Paste the ID on the Campsite settings page in the Integrations section.
    Integration Google Ads settings
  9. You're all set! Tracking info will take a few hours to show up in your Google Ads account.

Google Tag Manager

Google Tag Manager is a tag management system (TMS) that allows you to quickly and easily update measurement codes and related code fragments collectively known as tags on your website or mobile app.

If you don't have an GTM account, please head here to set one up. We recommend creating a new container for your Campsite page. Once that is done, return here for the next step.

Getting Your Container ID

What Campsite needs is your container ID (ex. GTM-XXXXXX).

  1. In Tag Manager, click Workspace.
  2. Near the top of the window, find your container ID, formatted as "GTM-XXXXXX".
  3. Highlight and copy the container ID.
  4. Paste the ID on the Campsite settings page in the Integrations section.
    Google Tag Manager settings
  5. You're all set! You can go ahead and setup the tags you'd like in your Google Tag Manager container.

Still have questions? Contact us.