Creating A Pixel

Step 1 - Login

Make sure you're logged into your account, click this link here /login

Step 2 - Browse to the Pixels

Navigate to the /identityresolution Pixel area.


Step 3 - Add New Pixel

You'll see a button that says "Add New Pixel", click on it.


Step 4 - Pixel Name

The best practice is to create one pixel for every website property that you own. Therefore, name the pixel after the website property or domain.

You don't have to worry about the "Forwarding URL", this is an option that will be deleted in a next update.



Step 5 - Click CREATE

The orange button labeled CREATE will save your settings. Click on it. image

Step 6 - Grab the Javascript Code

After saving, the page will reload and your Javascript Tracking Code will be displayed.

  1. Select everything in the grey box, from <!-- Analytics Tracker --> to <!-- End Analytics Tracker Code -->.
  2. Use Cmd + C to Copy the pixel snippet.


Step 7 - Install in the < head >

Open your website header and paste the pixel code into it. The same pixel should show up on every page that you wish to capture identities on.

Alternatively you can email this snippet to your web developer and have them install it.

Step 8 - Test your installation

Once completed, it's important to test that you've installed everything correctly. Navigate to the web pages you've installed the pixel on to ensure that it's firing and tracking you in the Visitor Logs.


If you open Inspect Element on your browser you'll be able to see the pixel firing in your Console.


Frequently Asked Questions

Should I create a new pixel for every web page or just every website?

Do not create a new pixel for every webpage. That would be a bad idea and only cause you much headache.

It's best practices to create a single pixel for every website you operate.