Thanks man. After trying everything for a couple weeks. I was prepared for a little oversight like that an incredible simple solution...eyes were going cross looking at that code. Probably why i missed it.
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For the last couple weeks, I've been trying to get Google Ads Conversion Tracking up and running, and I just can't seem to get it properly implemented. I've tried implementing the tags based on the Shopify documentation. I've also tried the method described in this documentation. Right now I have the tags implemented using the Digital Darts documentation with both the Site Tag and the conversion event all loaded directly into the checkout scripts. After a few weeks with each install, I'm seeing purchase conversions from my Google Ads in Google Analytics, but I'm not seeing any conversions in the google ads platform. Additionally, the conversion tag is still marked "Unverified" in Google Ads. Here is the code that's running on the checkout page pulled from View Source. Though I've greyed out the account numbers, they all match. Here's what my Google Tag Assistant is picking up when i hit an order thank you page. Again all the greyed out account numbers for the AW tags match up. I guess question #1. Why is the Conversion tag being triggered as a Remarketing Tag in Tag assistant? I that normal? Tag assistant is asking me to verify the Remarketing tag with a Feed ID. But I don't have one as I don't have any dynamic remarketing feeds. This should just be a standard conversion tag correct? Question #2. Anyone got any ideas on why, after several weeks, with conversions registering in Google Analytics, my Google Ads conversion isn't working? Is the tag implemented wrong? Funkiness in shopify? Pulling my hair out on this one, as I'm sure it's super simple. But would love some help. Thanks in advanced.
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I'm setting up an ecommerce website for a business that already has a traditional wholesale business. One of the goals of the company is to donate the portion of every sale to a charity of the customers choosing. For ecommerce sales, this functionality should be relatively straight forward, added as a custom field within the checkout process. However they also want to provide this option to offline customers through some kind of unique code included within each shoebox, that can then be redeemed online toward a charity of choice. Anyone have any ideas how to create this functionality in shopify. My first guess is as follows.
Create a unique Collection that represents charities rather than products. Then limit this collection to code-only based purchases (is that even possible?) Then use bulk 1-time discount code app to create the codes. Offline customers would then go to this Collection page, select their charity to "purchase," then checkout using the custom 1-time code.
I'd love to hear any ideas about how to make this work with minimal customization (though full custom isn't off the table).
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