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· 11 min read

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  • Facebook for WooCommerce is a popular WordPress plugin used by WooCommerce store owners who run Meta Ads. The plugin promises to track conversion events that happen after customers land on your eCommerce website through a Facebook Ad.
  • The reality is that Facebook for WooCommerce is buggy and can cause significant issues, which is why we don't recommend it even though it's free.
  • Pixel Manager for WooCommerce is more accurate, offers more features, and respects data privacy. In this article, we discuss why this plugin is the best eCommerce solution for tracking conversion events coming from Facebook page ads.

· 12 min read

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  • If you process data from EU site visitors and customers, then your WooCommerce store needs to be GDPR-compliant.
  • In this article we discuss the major steps you need to follow in order to be compliant with GDPR legislation, although you should still consult with your lawyer as regulations may vary from country to country.
  • WooCommerce is not GDPR-compliant by default, but it does have important settings that will help. For example, you can export and erase data as per customer requests.
  • As a WooCommerce store owner, you'll want to track your customer behavior to gain insights about how to optimize your store. We'll show you how to do this with Pixel Manager for WooCommerce.

· 9 min read

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  • If you run Facebook Ads, then you'll want to track conversions when customers land on your WooCommerce store from an ad.
  • Many WooCommerce stores use the Meta pixel in their browser, but it's recommended that you also use Facebook's Conversion API (CAPI), which enables server-to-server tracking on your site. This gives you more accurate data to work with and lets you track offline events too.
  • In this article, you'll find out how to integrate Facebook CAPI using Pixel Manager for WooCommerce.

· 9 min read

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  • As of May 2022, WooCommerce businesses can connect their online store to TikTok. This allows them to sync their product catalog with TikTok and run ads on the platform. It's also possible to add the TikTok pixel to your website, which lets you track conversions from customers who land in your eCommerce shop from a TikTok Ad.
  • TikTok released an official plugin in tandem with its WooCommerce integration, called TikTok for WooCommerce, which does all of these things. It's fine for uploading your product catalog to TikTok, but it's very limited when it comes to pixel tracking.
  • A better alternative would be Pixel Manager for WooCommerce, which lets you add the TikTok pixel to your site as well as pixels from a multitude of other platforms. The plugin is pre-configured to track important events that happen in your store and can be set up for dynamic remarketing on TikTok Ads.

· 12 min read

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  • It's important to track conversions on your WooCommerce site. This is the best way to measure whether your visitors are taking the actions that you want them to.
  • When it comes to tracking your organic users, it's time to make the switch to Google Analytics 4. This platform is much more powerful and flexible than Universal Analytics. It tracks events rather than goals, making it a better fit for conversion tracking.
  • To make conversion tracking more accurate, you should add a GA4 tracking pixel to your site via the Pixel Manager for WooCommerce plugin.

· 12 min read

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  • Conversion tracking can help you get a much more granular overview of the customer journey, such as tracking abandoned carts, rate of successful checkouts, and conversion rates.
  • You can track conversions from Ads and organic traffic.
  • The Pixel Manager for WooCommerce conversion tracking plugin is the most advanced plugin for your WooCommerce store.

· 10 min read

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  • Google Analytics 4, the latest version of Google Analytics, is more advanced than its predecessor, Universal Analytics, which will be phased out in 2023.
  • GA4 has more advanced and precise customer tracking features that comply with evolving privacy laws.
  • This post will explain how to set up WooCommerce customer tracking in Google Analytics 4 using Pixel Manager for WooCommerce.

· 11 min read

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  • Conversion tracking is the process of measuring specific actions done by visitors on your website.
  • Conversion tracking can help you analyze Ad performance and your conversion funnel and set custom audiences.
  • To set up Facebook Ad conversion tracking, you need an accurate, easy-to-set-up plugin like Pixel Manager for WooCommerce.
  • To set up Facebook Ads conversion tracking with Pixel Manager for Woocommerce, you need to install and activate the plugin and add the Meta pixel. You'll also need to set up CAPI and dynamic remarketing to get detailed information you can use in your marketing campaign.

· 13 min read

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  • Tracking your conversion rate is vital to creating better Google Ads campaigns but can be tough to do manually.
  • A plugin can give you more features and functionality, save you time, and reduce your development costs.
  • This tutorial will show you how to set up WooCommerce ecommerce tracking using Pixel Manager for WooCommerce.