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How can integrate Facebook conversion ad with your form?Asked by takeoffretreats on May 02, 2014 at 05:17 AM
I'm using your form and I'm very satisfied in general - it looks nice and brings good value. However I want to run a facebook ad based on conversion rate. whereby I'd like to place the fb conversion pixel on the "thank you for submission" page that goes after filling up an application form. But I can not do that, since the furthest i can place the pixel is on the page of the application form where I've iFramed it
Can you advise me on that?
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I did check the FB help page on how to use the "Conversion Pixel". As per there requirement the code should be pasted with in the <head> ... </head>" tags. This is what their guide says:
"Copy the code that appears and add it to your web page. Keep in mind that you should paste the code between <head> and </head> on your web page where you want to track conversions. You can also change the value for your conversions."
You can check the guide by clicking on the following URL: https://www.facebook.com/help/435189689870514/
I believe to achieve your requirement you will have to create your own custom page and add the "Conversion Pixel" code within the <head> tag of your page. You can then use this page in our custom thank you URL. The following guide should help you: http://www.jotform.com/help/38-Redirecting-Users-to-a-Different-Page
Hope this helps.
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