LeadsWithDemos Documentation


Tracking tab

This section in LeadsWithDemos allows you to integrate various tracking tools like Google Analytics, Facebook Pixel, or custom tracking codes into your site or lead capturing landing pages. This integration is key to monitoring visitor actions, page views, and other significant metrics, offering a deeper understanding of how users engage with your lead capturing pages.

In the tracking tab, you are empowered with the flexibility to add specific code snippets tailored to your unique tracking requirements. Whether your focus is on analyzing user behavior, exploring funnel dynamics, or honing in on conversion tracking, these customizable snippets enable targeted data collection and analysis.

Implementing tracking on your LeadsWithDemos site for your lead capturing landing pages is instrumental in gathering valuable insights. These insights are crucial for formulating more effective marketing strategies, enhancing user experience, and ultimately driving more successful lead conversions. By leveraging this feature, you can ensure that your site not only attracts visitors but also effectively converts them into leads.

In the ‘Tracking tab’ area of LeadsWithDemos, you can quickly assess whether your custom tracking snippets are already set up. If this section is empty, you can add new tracking snippets by clicking on the ‘Add tracking snippet’ button. If it’s already populated, you will see a comprehensive overview of your current tracking setup, including:

Search bar

Use this tool to swiftly locate specific tracking snippets. It’s designed to simplify navigation and save time when managing multiple tracking codes.

Details Table

This table displays all your tracking snippets, providing an at-a-glance view of what’s currently implemented on your site. It’s essential for keeping your tracking organized and accessible.

Tracking Type

Here, you’ll see the type of tracking implemented, such as Google Analytics, Google Tag Manager, or a custom code. This information helps you quickly identify the purpose and source of each tracking snippet.

Tracking Name

The name assigned to each tracking snippet. This should be descriptive and indicative of its function, helping you to easily distinguish between different tracking tools and purposes.


This column in the table provides two key functionalities:


Allows you to modify the details of existing tracking snippets. This feature is crucial for keeping your tracking codes up-to-date and aligned with your current analytics goals.


Use this option to remove tracking snippets that are no longer needed. This ensures that your tracking setup remains relevant and clutter-free, focusing only on the metrics that matter most to your business.

Add Tracking Snippet Button

This feature allows you to incorporate new tracking snippets into your LeadsWithDemos site. It’s designed for seamless integration of various tracking tools to enhance your analytics capabilities.

Upon clicking the “Add Tracking Snippet” button in the tracking tab, a popup window appears, presenting you with a dropdown list to choose the type of tracking pixel you wish to add. This includes:

Google Analytics

Selecting this option requires your Google Analytics 4 measurement ID. Google Analytics is crucial for detailed analytics regarding user interactions on your site or landing pages. By choosing this and clicking ‘Add Tracking’, you need to enter your Google Analytics 4 measurement ID, found within your Google Analytics account. This ID is vital for integrating your site with Google Analytics, enabling the tracking of visitor behavior, traffic sources, and other essential metrics.

Google Tag Manager

This option will prompt you to enter your Google Tag Manager container ID. Google Tag Manager is a flexible tool for managing and deploying marketing tags (code snippets or tracking pixels) on your website without altering the actual site code. When selecting Google Tag Manager and clicking ‘Add Tracking’, you are required to provide your container ID, which is found in your Google Tag Manager account. The container ID is your unique identifier in Google Tag Manager, facilitating the management and deployment of a variety of marketing and analytics tags.

Custom Tracking Snippet

If you opt for adding a custom tracking code, you will need to assign a unique name to your snippet and decide where to place it (in the header, footer, or both), based on your specific tracking needs. This degree of customization is significant for ensuring your tracking code is executed properly and captures the desired data. Upon selecting this option, make sure to enter all necessary details and click ‘Add Tracking’ to complete the setup process.