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.
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 WordPress
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 ...