Tracking site visitors and what actions they’ve taken is key to effective segmentation and ultimately leveraging the true value of your traffic using the 3 Pillars Of Profitability – ultimately, it’s the key to making more money from your website traffic.

With so many platforms needing their own tracking systems installed on your site, it can get a bit unwieldy to manage the tracking pixels and tags, let alone have an impact on you website page speed and overall user experience if you’re not careful.

There are plenty of web developers and agencies out there that will state you need to have these scripts and tags installed by a developer. Hell, even Pinterest, Google and Facebook offer the option to “email these instructions to a developer” – I get it, but you don’t NEED to be a developer to do this stuff. There’s a clear difference between a website developer vs a website integrator which you can read about here. You don’t have to be the person working with the code – and WordPress with WooCommerce is supported by such a great array of software companies who have just the right plugins to pull of awesome magic on your site without you touching a single line of code.

Let’s get into it…

As with many plugins on WordPress and Extensions for WooCommerce, there are some that have more functionality than others and some that are highly specialised.

Specialised WordPress and WooCommerce Plugins for Pixel Tracking

Here’s an example of a specialised plugin specifically for Pinterest with WooCommerce

Pinterest For WooCommerce Plugin

Pinterest for WooCommerce

It literally does what it says on the tin – goes very deep in the integration of Pinterest with WooCommerce, even offering some specific functionality around being able to pin from directly within WordPress (a bit overkill for my liking).

This plugin also offers the core functionality we’re talking about here; the handling of the Pinterest base code AND the conversion tracking events a standard eCommerce store would want.

General Plugins or “Plugin Bundles” for WordPress and WooCommerce Pixel Management

On the other hand, managing pixels is actually only part of the puzzle.

Why do you want to install the pixel? So you can do segmentation and serve specific ad campaigns to specific audiences – abandoned cart remarketing for example.

In reality however, if you’re running these campaigns with Google, Facebook or Pinterest – they’ll all need a catalogue feed too. This is how these platforms can match the traffic and segmentation data on your site, with the segmentation on their ads platforms. At the end of the day, if someone has abandoned cart with “Product A” you don’t want to just remarket any product to them, you want to get them back to purchase “Product A” as they were almost converted and may just need a nudge.

So, you also need a plugin to manage the communication of your product catalogue to these platforms (of course you can do things like uploading .CSV files and connecting Google Sheets to Google Merchant Centre but then you’ve got to manually manage updates on those channels. Not the end of the world. But we didn’t get into eCommerce to drive a spreadsheet all day long.

So a more complete solution would provide not only “Pixel Management” but also the product catalogue feed for each of the ads platforms you’re working with.

Pixel Your Site is an example of one of those “more general” plugins that covers off the whole problem-solution across the multi-channel marketing mix of your paid ads strategy.

Pixel Your Site Plugin For WooCommerce and WordPress

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What Do Pixel Management Plugins Do?

It’s also really useful to identify what pixel management plugins actually do.

Yes, they allow you to install the “base code” for these ad platforms easily – but to be honest, most WordPress Themes have a dedicated input box that literally says “tracking pixels”

This is where you can literally paste the base code for each of the ads platforms and you have the “basics” in place.

Adding conversions and tracking events is where these pixel management plugins for WooCommerce and WordPress come into their own.

Conversion events are where it gets a little more technical.

For example, how do you get the checkout script to run only when a checkout has been processed successfully AND get the tracking pixel to talk to the cart to pull through key information like the products that were purchased and what the overall cart value was?

That’s a bit of a heavy question!

But these plugins take this off your hands and allow you to manage some really complicated and technical stuff with the click of a few buttons.

So these plugins allow you to take your pixel tracking from “basic” tracking of visitors to your website, to advanced tracking of behaviours and actions and the capturing of key data that will allow you not only to segment you marketing campaigns for highest Return on Ad Spend (RoAS) but also allow you to track conversion VALUE so you can truly understand your RoAS at the individual customer level.

Some sites are already there, but this is the next level for most eCommerce entrepreneurs – as the opportunities for segmentation become literally ENDLESS and therefore the opportunity to drive RoAS up is huge.


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