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Site URL: https://www.cuiline.com

Hi folks - 

I've recently joined a company that uses Squarespace for their website.

They have set up the Google AdWords Conversion tracking on the website. Its been a while since I used Squarespace, but I think this all done through dropping in an account code. The conversion event is firing on essentially every page - none of which are really conversions. They don't exactly match page views either, but I'm guessing this is closer to what is being measured. 

In their conversion process, the user is sent off to a subdomain that is: https://app.squarespacescheduling.com/

Here's an example URL: https://app.squarespacescheduling.com/schedule.php?appointmentType=15084603&owner=19718527&owner=19718527

and the user isn't even returned to the website after completing a booking.

In order to really do conversion tracking (which is damned important for performance marketing) I need to be able to fire an event when a booking has completed. 

Any ideas on how to do that given that the event occurs on a subdomain outside of the actual website.  Ideally, I'd also be able push out the amount paid too.

This tells me that I'd need to have a script tag that looks like this: 

<script>
  gtag('event', 'conversion', {'send_to': 'AW-123456789/AbC-D_efG-h12_34-567',
    'value': 123.05,
    'currency': 'USD'
  });
</script> 

And the value is modified based on the stored value in the cart - but that doesn't exist on the domain, it exists only on app.squarespacescheduling.com

Thoughts?

Appreciate in advance.

Marston

 

 

 

 

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