So you just signed up for the free trial period and would like to start uncovering the companies behind your anonymous website visits.

Before you can get started with this you must first install Snitcher's tracking script on your website.

We've listed a few options below:

  1. Manual installation

  2. Installation via Google Tag Manager

  3. Installation via a WordPress plugin

Manual installation

  1. Sign in to your Snitcher dashboard. Click the code icon in the top-right:

  2. Copy the Snitcher tracking code to your clipboard:


  3. Paste it before the closing </body> tag of all pages on your website.

Now publish the changes and Snitcher should be installed on your website!

💡 TIP: If you are using any caching services or plugins, don't forget to clear them!

Installation via Google Tag Manager

  1. Sign in to your Snitcher dashboard. Click the code icon in the top-right:

  2. Copy the Snitcher tracking code to your clipboard:

  3. Sign in to your workspace on Google Tag Manager and click ‘New Tag’.

  4. Click on ‘Tag Configuration’ and choose ‘Custom HTML’ from the list.

  5. Paste the Snitcher tracking code you copied in step 2 into the HTML field.

  6. Under ‘Advanced Settings’, select "Unlimited" from the ‘Tag firing’ dropdown.

  7. Click Choose a trigger to make this tag fire... and select All Pages. Give the tag a name and then click the Save button.

  8. Save the Tag and publish it on your website

💡 TIP: Don't forget to publish your tag!

Installation via a WordPress plugin

  1. Sign in to your website's WP Admin. Navigate to Plugins -> Add New.

  2. Search for the Head, Footer and Post Injections plugin. Click Install Now and Active the plugin.

  3. Navigate to Settings → Header and Footer in your WordPress dashboard. You’ll see a number of tabs in the plugin’s interface. Make sure you're in the default 'Head and footer' tab.

  4. In a new browser tab, Sign in to your Snitcher dashboard. Click the code icon in the top-right:

  5. Copy the Snitcher tracking code to your clipboard:

  6. Switch back to your WP admin and paste the code under the 'On every page' field on the 'Head and footer' tab:

  7. Don't forget to save your changes!

💡 TIP: If you are using any caching services or plugins, don't forget to clear them!

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