Deploying the Noibu Script: Google Tag Manager

Before Noibu can collect session data from your eCommerce website, you must deploy the Noibu script to your website's header. If you use Google Tag Manager as a tag management solution, add Noibu as a new tag and apply the script to all pages.

Note: The Noibu script will fail if your domain service provider blocks web requests from other domains. If you encounter this issue, contact your service provider or development partners in to whitelist

  1. Log into your Google Tag Manager account and click Add a New Tag.

  2. Insert the Noibu script through the Tag Configuration section.

    1. Click Tag Configuration. This opens a menu of options.

    2. Select Custom HTML. This opens a textbox to configure custom HTML.

    3. Paste the following script into the HTML box and click Save.
      <script src=""></script>

  3. Configure the tag's triggers. This determines how and when the script will activate.

    1. Click Add Trigger.

    2. Select All Pages. This ensures the Noibu script will track activity across all pages of your eCommerce store.

  4. Click Save. This summons a modal to name the tag.

  5. Enter a unique name for the tag in the field provided–we recommend simply naming the tag Noibu–and click Save.

  6. Finalize the tag and publish the changes to your eCommerce site.
    1. Click Submit.

    2. Click Publish and Create Version.

    3. Enter Noibu in Version Name field.

    4. Enter Noibu Error Monitoring in Version Description field.

    5. Click Publish.


Deploying the Noibu script through another tag manager–like Tealium IQ–may follow a different process. If your store is built on an eCommerce platform like Magento, you can paste the script directly in the site's header.

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