Below, you’ll find details for tagging your website with Webtrends Optimize Tag.
What is the Webtrends Optimize Tag?
How to get your Tag
It is essential that this tag placed into the Head tag of each page. Alternative integrations are likely to cause Content Flickering.
If you have a data layer on the page, it is recommended to place the Webtrends tag just after it. Doing so will allow this data to be seamlessly fed into Optimize, to be used for more advanced Segmentation. See video – How to set up your tag.
Using Tag Management Containers:
Most Tag Managers don’t support “flickerless” testing, as they are asynchronous. This means that their own content is served with a delay where other elements continue to load. If it fetches scripts after a delay, the problem has already surfaced before any Testing tool can intervene. Whilst it is crucial to avoid Content Flickering, the Webtrends tag will function in a Tag Manager if inserted.
To understand how to do this, see the details found here.