How To Add Tracking Pixels in Popular Page Builders


To track your conversions - whether opt-ins, sales, or anything else - you need to add a tracking pixel to the appropriate "thank you" page(s) on your site.

To track "actions" such as opt-ins you'll want to add an action tracking pixel to the page that users see after they opt-in, and to track sales you'll want to add a sales tracking pixel to the page(s) people are redirected to after making a purchase.

Some tracking pixels, like Facebook's for example, need to be added to the "head" of the page because they're JavaScript code.

ClickMagick tracking pixels on the other hand need to be added to the "body" of the page, and we recommend adding your pixels right after the opening <body> tag.

If this isn't possible, just add your pixels as high on the page as you can.

This will help ensure the tracking pixel "fires" even if there's another element on your page that slows down or prevents your page from fully loading for some reason.

Here's how to add your tracking pixels in some of the most popular page builders, shopping carts and ecommerce platforms. To find your tracking pixels in ClickMagick simply select "Track Conversions" from the menu to the right of any link ...


Add Tracking Pixels In Word
Press

To add a tracking pixel to a WordPress page simply edit the page in question, click the "Text" tab in the upper right-hand corner of the editor to switch to source mode, and then paste your tracking pixel code into the box as shown below ...

Add Tracking Pixels in LeadPages

Find the page you want to add a pixel to and click the blue "Edit" button on the right side. Then click "Lead Page Options" in the left menu, select "Tracking Codes" from the options on the pop up, then paste in your pixel as shown below ...

Add Tracking Pixels in ClickFunnels

Go into the editor for the page you want to add the tracking pixel to and select Settings then Tracking Codes. Next just paste your tracking pixel code into either the Header or Footer depending on the type of pixel you're adding ...

Please note that with ClickFunnels your "thank you" pages will almost always be secure https pages so you'll normally want to use https in your pixel URL as well. In the code provided by ClickMagick simply change "http" to "https" and you'll be all set.


Add Tracking Pixels in OptimizePress


First click "Page Settings" in the LiveEditor for the page you want to add a pixel to, then select "Other Scripts". There are four places you can add pixels depending on the type of pixel you're adding. For ClickMagick pixels select "After <body> tag" ...

Add Tracking Pixels in Instapage

To add a tracking pixel to the "head" of a page select "Settings" and then "HTML/CSS." To add a pixel to the "body" of a page, like you need to do with ClickMagick, just add a new HTML Element, click the blue "Edit" button and paste your pixel code there ...

Add Tracking Pixels in InstaBuilder

Simply grab the code element from the palette then drag and drop it to the location you prefer in the content area. We recommend as high on the page as possible. Resize the element, then click the gear icon to enable the right panel where you add your pixels ...

Add Tracking Pixels in Unbounce

To add JavaScript tracking code to the "head" of a page you'll want to use Unbounce's script manager. To add a pixel to the "body", like you need to do with ClickMagick, just add a new code section to your "thank you" page and paste it there ...

Add Tracking Pixels in Shopify

To add a sales tracking pixel to your Shopify order status page, just click "Settings" and then "Checkout." Then in the "Order processing" section just paste your tracking pixel into the "Additional content and scripts" box ...

To include the order amount in your tracking pixel, just use this Shopify token:

{{ total_price | money_without_currency }}

If you want to include the order number as an ID or reference value, use this token:

{{ order_number }}

Please note that with Shopify your "thank you" pages will almost always be secure https pages so you'll normally want to use https in your pixel URL as well. In the code provided by ClickMagick simply change "http" to "https" and you'll be all set.

Add Tracking Pixels in Thrive Content Builder

To add a conversion tracking pixel in Thrive Content Builder simply drag a "Custom HTML" element from the menu on the right side to anywhere on your page, click the green button, then paste your tracking pixel code in the box ...



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