Using Conversion Pixels in WooCommerce

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This is a quick tip from WooCommerce – how to set up a product (or the “success” shopping cart page) to fire a conversion pixel from Facebook Ads or Google Ads.

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7 thoughts on “Using Conversion Pixels in WooCommerce

  1. Ok, I took over developing a website, with very little experience. One of our gateway sites had us put a tracking pixel on our site to obtain information from us on our orders. I'm assuming this plugin would work to track when these customers actually came from the gateway site to purchase from my site? If so how would I go about doing this? I think All I need it to do is, confirm they came from the gateway and attach an order number to it. Any Ideas?

  2. Hi Mitch. I take it this plugin no longer works for tracking conversions with the NEW Facebook pixel?? How are you tracking conversions in woocommerce with the new FB pixel?

  3. WooCommerce Conversion Tracking is a great plugin. The only other way that I can think of adding the facebook conversion tracking pixel just to the header on the checkout page is by creating a header specific to the checkout page which seems quite annoying.

  4. <script type="text/javascript">
      adroll_conversion_value_in_dollars = {'Order:', 'woocommerce'};
      adroll_custom_data = {'Total:', 'woocommerce'}

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