I have a one Google tags container for 2 websites: web1 and web2. I have one simple trigger created -> "Some Link Clicks" -> click class to check if someone clicks email addresses.
This trigger is used by 2 tags created for these 2 websites. Each tag is connected to different Analytics property (each website has its own analytics).
All seems to work except it seems that each click is counted on both websites, no matter on which website it was clicked. So when someone is clicking email in web1 I see it also in analytics stats on web2, even if these are 2 different tags and analytics IDs.
Tags are both set to
- Type: event,
- Category: "contact" ,
- Action: "email-click",
And the same goals of event type are added in analytics with the same names.
- Is it how tags should work?
- Should I create 2 different "link Clicks" triggers for each tag, even if they will have the same settings, and assign them separately to each tag?