Facebook advertising is one of the most effective cost-per-lead advertising mediums available to retailers today. I’ve been using Facebook Lead Ads to grow my top-of-funnel email marketing list and today I want to show you how to configure Facebook’s Pixel code for retail sites. The example I’m going to use below is a Woocommerce website but the approach is exactly the same for any custom implementation. So, here’s a basic primer on getting started in Google Tag Manager with the Facebook Pixel and its default event tracking scripts. If you’re after more advanced GTM stuff, go check out Tom Bennet’s work elsewhere on the blog. You will need: – Facebook Ads ManagerFacebook Pixel Helper Install the main pixel code To get started, navigate to ‘Pixels’ and click the set up button on the top right of the screen: Head to ‘Pixels’ and find the Set up button Select ‘Manual Install’ (or you can select ‘Google Tag Manager’ in the options above): Copy your Pixel base code and head to Google Tag Manager. Add a new tag, name it appropriately and select ‘Custom HTML’ from the tag type selector: Paste in your Pixel base code: And select ‘Once per page’ under… Read full this story
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