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Pixels are great. Learn how to use to them.

Google Tag Manager allows you to combine hundreds of pixels into a single pixel. Please make sure to add the correct "Container ID" otherwise events will not be tracked!

e.g. GTM-ABC123DE

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Facebook pixel makes conversion tracking, optimization and remarketing easier than ever. The Facebook pixel ID is usually composed of 16 digits. Please make sure to add the correct value otherwise events will not be tracked!

e.g. 1234567890123456

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With AdWords conversion tracking, you can see how effectively your ad clicks lead to valuable customer activity. The Adwords pixel ID is usually composed of AW followed by 11 digits followed by 19 mixed characters. Please make sure to add the correct value otherwise events will not be tracked!


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The LinkedIn Insight Tag is a piece of lightweight JavaScript code that you can add to your website to enable in-depth campaign reporting and unlock valuable insights about your website visitors. You can use the LinkedIn Insight Tag to track conversions, retarget website visitors, and unlock additional insights about members interacting with your ads.!

e.g. 123456

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Conversion tracking for websites enables you to measure your return on investment by tracking the actions users take after viewing or engaging with your ads on Twitter.

e.g. 123456789

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The AdRoll Pixel is uniquely generated when you create an AdRoll account. The AdRoll ID has two components: the Advertiser ID or adroll_adv_id (X) and Pixel ID or adroll_pix_id (Y) for the AdRoll Pixel. To use the AdRoll Pixel, merge the two components together, separating them by a slash (/).

e.g. adroll_adv_id/adroll_pix_id

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The Quora Pixel is a tool that is placed in your website code to track traffic and conversions. When someone clicks on your ad and lands on your website, the Quora Pixel allows you to identify how many people are visiting your website and what actions they are taking.

e.g. 1a79a4d60de6718e8e5b326e338ae533

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Everything you need to know about your subscription.

Yes! You can start with our free package and upgrade anytime to enjoy premium features.

You will be charged at the beginning of each period automatically until canceled.

Once your account has been deleted, your subscription will be canceled and we will wipe all of your data from our servers including but not limited to your links, traffic data, pixels and all other associated data.

Upon request, we will issue a refund at the moment of the request for all upcoming


Personalize your links.

 Custom Domains

Customers can add their own domain name and use it to shorten URLs. This will require some setup. First, as an admin, you need to enable Multiple Domain Names in the admin panel > settings > advanced settings. Once that is done, your customers can add their own domain name via the Custom Domain page. They will need to either add an A record or a CNAME record. On your side, you will require some changes before your server can accept their domains.

Shared Server/cPanel

If you are on a shared server, you will have to add the domain name via the "Addon Domain" tool located in cPanel. It is very important that the Root Directory of the domain be the same as the primary domain or where the script has been installed.

VPS/Dedicated Server

If you are on a dedicated server, you will need to do a small modification to the default apache conf file usually located in /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/ and named 000-default.conf. Open that file and you will see the content shown on the right. You will need to replace the path /var/www/html/ in DocumentRoot and Directory to the path where the script is installed and restart Apache.

To check if the domain name is working, after visiting the domain you should get a page with a message that says Yes. Your domain name is working. Add it to your account now. If you get any other page, that means the server is handling the domain name and is pointing it to another page.

The instruction for managed VPS works on a typical server running apache and PHP. If you are using an NGINX server then you will need to manually update the Nginx config file. Similarly if you are using an IIS server, you will need to manually update the configuration.