My google ads conversion tracking is still unverified after a week.
Store URL is https://coopersgourmetcoffee.com
And the code in my checkout is
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My workaround for conversion tracking in Shopify has always been to add the analytics id using the preferences option under the online store menu in the backend. That way analytics gets properly installed throughout the site. From there I would then import transactions from Google Analytics in Google Adwords as conversions. Once the store has a sale the conversion will occur and the value will be captured as well.
Hope this helps you.
I believe that second conversion was automatically created by Google Channel. I use it to sync my products with merchant center.
The code is pasted up there is my global site tag and even snippet that i pasted in my checkout section of my store.
My issue is that it's not recording any conversions but the store is getting sales everyday.
I have tried everything but nothing seems to be working
First of all, have you filled the preferences for conversion tracking in your Google Ads account? Tools and settings > Measurements > Conversions. Then, choose your website and the action you want to track. When you have already filled all the information, you have to add the tags:
The Global tag I have used in my store looks like this:
window.dataLayer = window.dataLayer || ;
gtag(‘js’, new Date());
The event tag:
<a onclick=”return gtag_report_conversion(‘http://example.com/your-link’);”
href=”http://example.com/your-link” >Buy now!</a>
<button onclick=”return gtag_report_conversion(‘http://example.com/your-link’)”>Download</button>
For button images:
<img src=”submit_button.gif” alt=”Submit” width=”32″ height=”32″ onclick=”return gtag_report_conversion(‘http://example.com/your-link’)”/>
If you need more help to automate, optimize and track your Google Ads campaigns, you can go to Shopify app store and get a Google Ads and Shopping free app.
This is an accepted solution.
The Google Ads tag also needs to be added to your theme.liquid file. Google Ads can only "track" the person if the Google Ads code is installed on their initial landing page. If it is only installed on the checkout page, then Google Ads will have no idea where the person came from.