This article will walk you through the basics of adding a Facebook Pixel ID to your mybookings page. To learn about how to setup and use Facebook Pixel tracking, please consult the following resources:
The Facebook pixel can be used for three main functions:
1. Building Custom Audiences from your website for remarketing
2. Optimizing ads for conversions
3. Tracking conversions and attributing them back to your ads.
1. Make sure you already have a Facebook ad account and have created a pixel
For instructions on how to do this, please read Facebook's pixel setup guide.
Notes from Facebook's Help Desk:
If you're looking to transition to the Facebook pixel from an older version of the pixel, check out our guides for transitioning from a conversion tracking pixel and upgrading from a Custom Audience pixel. Learn more about what's happening to the conversion tracking pixelhere.
2. Enter your Facebook Pixels tracking code on your website
Copy the tracking code and paste it into the HTML of your web page just before the closing head tag.
3. Enter your Facebook Pixels tracking ID on myfrontdesk
Once you have installed your pixel, log in to Facebook's ad manager and visit the Facebook Pixel tab. Click Actions > View Pixel Code to find your Pixel ID. It should be a numeric code, for example: 0123456789012.
Log in to myfrontdesk and go to Manage > Analytics to paste the Tracking ID.
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After you've installed the Facebook pixel on your website, navigate to a web page the pixel was placed on. If it's working, the pixel will send information back to Facebook and you'll be able to see activity in the Facebook Pixel page in your Ads Manager. Your pixel's status will also be set to Active.
The full instructions for how to test that the Facebook pixel is working can be found by clicking here.
The purchase event is included as well as the events "page visit, search, initiate check out, add payment info, purchase", that means that the user can track the process from the moment guest accesses the webpage until he purchases something.
It includes the amount that the guest is paying (Purchase value) but the user can not know the products that the guest purchased.
No, it's not possible