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Get the inside scoop on what's working in google tag manager from operators in the field
What mentors can help you with:
- Advice on what events to track
- Avoid common GTM mistakes
- Choosing a proper naming convention
- Understanding Regex
- Trouble-shoot dataLayer issues
- Figuring out if you should learn it or delegate it
- Best practices for publishing tags
- Overcoming intimidation of trying to learn it
- Learning how to ask your developer for help
Meet the google tag manager consultant alternatives that genuinely enjoy helping
“Sam was great! We jumped straight into the call to maximize our time. He listened to my challenges and offered some instance advice. He was very friendly and knowledgeable. Can’t wait to book more time with him.”
“Just WOW! Sam spotted the issue in my Facebook ads which I was running since 14 days with no results. Patiently advised on the objective and tactics to pursue. Great knowledge and experience!”
“I had an exploratory session with Sam, he was very friendly and open to answering any questions I had about managing, optimizing, and scaling multi-million dollar Facebook ad accounts. He has hands-on knowledge and it’s very results-oriented, I’ll probably follow up with him in the future ;)”
“Awesome, found a mentor that I clicked with. Will have a bunch more calls with him. Sharp, analytical and just great vibe. Thanks man!”
“John was very transparent and gave me good insights into the effective conversion optimisation process. I left the session with a list of tools to improve my CRO. Very friendly and competent!”
“Thank you for taking your time to understand my business challenges and defining the requirements for analytics with me. John suggested some analytics solutions for web to app, and what which events we should exactly track. I would love to have another call with him and learn more!”
“Eugene gets it. As I was struggling to pinpoint my exact challenge, he heard me and helped me refine my priorities while offering some great ideas and insights. Additionally he offered to connect me to a few contacts who could help with my current initiative. He’s someone who lives and works by his values — what more could you ask for in an advisor?”
“Eugene is very talented and friendly! He has the right knowledge to give you a deep perspective of all the possibilities you have to grow your company. If you talk with him, you definitely will gain a lot of insights and VALUE!”
“Eugene was great! Very insightful responses on product development particularly on leveraging the collected data, reiterating, and constant product enhancement. Eugene has a deep understanding about tech and is well connected to relevant peers that he can introduce to you.”
“It was pleasure to talk with Alex. I’ve got several ideas from his practical advices and personal experience.”
“Alex is friendly and professional. Advised as well on his experience and provided some good ideas.”
“Thanks so much Alex! The session was super insightful and you went the extra mile to help me understand where to allocate my budget the best way.”
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Get unstuck with a mentor
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- Unlimited calls with mentors listed as FREE
- Ongoing support from admin with mentor suggestions
- 70+ hours of exclusive video content
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- Weekly check-ins with our Accountability Coach
- Access to Private Slack Community
Frequently Asked Questions
The best google tag manager consultants usually charge between $100-200 per hour. This is out of budget for most founders to spend, so they view it as a “luxury” and just move on without any expert guidance.
The problem is that without guidance from someone with real-world experience, you have to learn the hard way – trial and error.
Risks of learning only through trial and error:
- You spend too much time reading blog posts and watching courses instead of executing.
- You become susceptible to the Dunning-Kruger effect, a cognitive bias where people with limited competence in a given domain greatly overestimate their own knowledge or competence in that domain relative to the performance of their peers.
- You hit your first few failures and convince yourself that google tag manager does not work for your business, missing the opportunity to truly give it a fair shot.
On GrowthMentor it’s easy to get mentored by vetted practitioners to help you get unstuck with whatever challenges you’re currently facing in optimizing your google tag manager.
Learn more about how we can help.
Using the tools you already use. Mentors can select between either Sype, Google Meet, or Zoom.
Here are some tips.
- Come into this with realistic expectations. They’re mentors, not magicians.
- Ask your mentor if they’d be ok with you recording your screen with Loom
- Give contextual information to help paint the picture of your current situation.
- Growth mentors will be asking you lots of questions, answer them as openly as possible.
- Don’t be afraid to push the boundaries of question-asking. Be inquisitive. Stories are gold.
- Don’t feel pressure, just relax.
- Try to form mental patterns, especially if you speak with multiple mentors.
- Embrace alternative views. Ask the mentors to challenge your assumptions.
- Be friendly. If you’re likable, the mentors will be your biggest supporters (even after the call is over).
We have a filter system for you to sort mentors. Filters by expertise, industry, tools, company, and even language.
If choosing in all of the awesomeness is overwhelming, just ask us for a hand-picked recommendation!
Pros of consultants:
Consultants offer more tangible value than mentors as a significant portion of their contribution comes in via deliverables.
Cons of consultants:
High hourly rates and retainers. The relationship is transactional in nature. Valuable knowledge is locked away in the minds of third parties if you decide to outsource executables.
Pros of mentors:
Mentors are primarily driven by intrinsic values and may be more relatable in terms of roles and responsibilities to you than a consultant.
Cons of mentors:
Mentors do not offer hands-on support. They’re there to guide you, but you have to put in the work to make things happen which will take more time.
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