Track Form Submissions as a Google Ad Conversion

You have a sweet new landing page and you're wanting to advertise it via Google Ads. There's just one problem.

You're not sure how to set up Google Ad Conversion tracking for the form because it doesn't redirect to a unique thank you page URL. And this is because all Carrd sites are technically only one page. Carrd simply creates the effect of having a multi-page website by using HTML anchor links.

So how do you track form submissions? Well, since the Carrd form submission also doesn't trigger the default 'form submission' trigger in Google Tag Manager, I've had to set up a trigger based on when the website visitor clicks a button with the 'Click Text' of 'Submit' or whatever your form submission button text says.

Don't forget to make sure you have the 'Click Text' variable enabled here as well:

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