Início » How to Install the Email Validation API Using Google Tag Manager

How to Install the Email Validation API Using Google Tag Manager

Using the Email Validation API with Google Tag Manager in Your Forms

SafetyMails’ Email Validation API allows you to create a code for installation in your forms using Google Tag Manager, preventing the entry of invalid email leads into your database.

By activating this functionality, SafetyMails will generate a ready-to-install code for the Email Validation API on your Landing Pages or website.

Creating a Source:

Remember that for this real-time Email Validation API to work, you need to have an activated credit subscription (see how to subscribe).

To start the process, follow these steps:

  1. Access your account on SafetyMails (If you don’t have an account, create one now and get 100 free credits).
  2. In the top menu, click on “Real-time API.”
  3. Select the “Standard Installation” option.
  4. On the next screen, give a name to the source you are creating;
  5. Register the domain of your form (for example, if your form is at “,” you should enter only “”);
  6. After that, select the option “On a platform” from the list of options where you intend to use your Email Validation API.
  7. Select the Google Tag Manager platform.
  8. On the screen that will be displayed, you can configure the permissions for your API for forms, namely:
    • Allowed statuses: define which API response statuses will allow registration in the form.
    • Block provider domains: enabling this function will prevent the registration of emails with provider domains, such as,, among others.
  9. By clicking “Finish,” the installation script of the API will be created and available for use.
  10. The details of the created API will be described on this page.

Example of Code:

<script src=’************29fd837e8ee8c280/safetyoptin.js’></script>

In the Google Tag Manager Panel:

  1. In Google Tag Manager, go to “Triggers >> New.”
  2. Then, under “trigger type,” select “Page Loaded.” Save.
  3. Next, go to “Tags >> New.”
  4. In “Configuration,” select “Custom HTML.”
  5. Paste the script generated by SafetyMails into the “HTML” field.
  6. In the “Triggering” field, select “Page Loaded.”
  7. Save the process, and the API should work correctly.

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to our support team. Contact us via email at [email protected].

More Reading

Post navigation