We have 3 brands/3 alias that we need when creating landing pages each will need its own:
How will Google Tag Manager work since each brand will need it's own GTM code?
The issue I'm seeing is in GA, each brands landing pages will go through one domain, is that correct?
Any way around this?
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Sanford is right on this.
Once you have created domain redirects, all your LP's will become immediately available to all domains.
Here is the danger with regards to GA since, your LP template has only 1 GTM code and tag... so by default, the LP will have the same GA tag in each domain instead of a different one.
2 solutions are possible:
With regards to the UTM, this should have no impact, unless I missed something. UTM are being captured from the URL parameters in form hidden fields. This will work transparently on all domains.
Not for a single domain, but for multiple you have to talk to support since out of the box you get one "______.domain.com" for landing pages, unless I didn't understand the question.
Under Domain Aliases, you can add multiple domains such as pages2.example.com and pages3.example.com.
And you can even add completely different domains, such as go.mydomain2.com and go.mydomain3.com.
Of course. I was directly addressing the contention that "out of the box you get one '______.domain.com'."
Isn't the problem that the domain doesn't match the product? IE the domain can't be applied regardless of what precedes it?
Sanford Whiteman yes since we have 3 brands we just need the brand seperation and also for tracking/reporting purposes.