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Add Twitter pixel to your landing page
The Twitter pixel is a measurement tag that is implemented on your website to track users' actions. It allows advertisers to send conversion data to Twitter and optimize their campaigns.
Get your base code from Twitter
1. Log in to your Twitter account and go to Ads Manager.
2. Open the Tools menu and select Events manager.
3. Click Add event source to create a new pixel. Then click Save.
4. Select the Install with Pixel code option.
5. You can access the code at any time by selecting the pixel and clicking View Twitter pixel in the Events manager section.
6. Review the settings and enable the Allow 1st-Party Cookies option. Copy your code.
Install the base code in Landingi
1. In a new tab, log in to your Landingi account and go to the Dashboard of your landing page.
3. Name (1) the script, and choose the Head (2) position on the Main page (3). Paste the code in the content field (4). Save by clicking Add script.
Name it (1) and choose the Head (2) position on the Thank you page (3). Paste the same base code in the content field (4). Save by clicking Add script.
Install the event code
Twitter event code lets you track more actions that take place on your landing page.
1. To create an event code, go to Events manager > Overview and click Add events.
2. Name the event (1) and select the event type (2). Adjust other settings, if needed. Click Next.
3. As a Setup method, choose Define event with code and click Next.
4. From the Website code section, copy your event code.
6. Name it (1) and choose the Head (2) position on the Main page, Thank you page, or both pages (3). Paste the event code in the content field (4). Save by clicking Add script.
REMEMBER: An event code must be added after the base code is installed.
Verify your Twitter pixel
It can take up to a few hours for the pixel to have an active status in your dashboard in Twitter Ads Manager.
You can verify if the pixel is installed correctly with the Twitter Pixel Helper.
1. Download the Twitter Pixel Helper extension for Chrome. Install it and add it to your browser.
2. Once it is installed, navigate to your landing page. Click the extension icon next to your Chrome address bar. The Twitter Pixel Helper should automatically detect any Twitter pixels that send data to Twitter.
NOTE: Keep in mind that Twitter is a third-party solution and is continually being developed. We do our best to keep this guide updated, but if you come across any changes in the set-up process, let us know.
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