We all want to measure our pages in the best possible way, and I’m always trying to figure out how to lower the bounce rates where applicable. One of the things that visitors to your page can do is to copy some text, in order to send it in an email, to use it when sharing something on social media and so forth. And if a visitor is actively copying text from a page, that’s interaction to me.
So how can we possibly know if a visitor to your page as copying some text or not?
Well, it’s actually pretty easy. And using Google Tag Manager we can easily pass this information onto Google Analytics and start measuring what pages on your site people are copying stuff from.