troubleshooting Question

Google Tag Manager - Add Trigger Using Div class

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Melody ScottFlag for United States of America asked on
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Hi, I thought I was doing this correctly, but I'm seeing no results in Google Analytics.

I have a Trustpilot review widget on my home page. I want to know if people are clicking on it. My understanding is, you create the trigger to fire when someone clicks on the element with class .trust-pilot, then you add an event that contains that trigger.

This is what I created in Google Tag Manager:

tag configuration
Hopefully that's enough information for someone to advise me. Let me know if you need more. Thanks. (I do have google tag manager set up on the home page, magickitchen dot com. ).
Christopher Rourke
QA @ ProductPlan

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