Prosper202 is able to automatically fire conversion into Facebook when the Prosper202 conversion pixel is loaded.

To do this, you will need to add your Facebook pixel code to your Facebook traffic source account on step 1 of Prosper202's setup tab.

To simplify the process, we have customized the Facebook pixel code below to work in Prosper202.

You simple have to change the YOURFBPIXELID placeholder with your actual Facebook pixel id. 

Also, the current code is setup to track the conversions in USD. If you are tracking conversion in another currency, please edit USD to correspond with your currency.

  1. Copy the code below and paste it into your text editor.

    Note: The example below has been setup for a Purchase event.  To track other events, switch out Purchase with the appropriate standard event type such as 'Lead', 'StartTrial', 'Subscribe' or 'CompleteRegistration'
  s.parentNode.insertBefore(t,s)}(window, document,'script',
  fbq('init', 'YOURFBPIXELID');
  fbq('track', 'PageView');
  fbq('track', 'Purchase', {value: [[payout]], currency: 'USD'});
<img src=";ev=PageView" height="1" width="1" style="display:none"/>
<img src=";ev=Purchase&amp;cd[value]=[[payout]]&amp;cd[currency]=USD" height="1" width="1" style="display:none"/>    

2. Replace YOURPIXELID with your actual Facebook pixel id. Your pixel id is displayed next to your pixel name in your Facebook Business Manager.

The sections that need editing have been highlighted in the image below below. There are 3 locations with YOURPIXELID and 2 locations with the hard coded currency of USD. If you are in the us you will most likely not need to edit these values.

3. Paste the edited code into your Prosper202 account on Step 1 of the setup tab. For Pixel type please make sure to choose Raw.

4. To have Prosper202 fire your Facebook pixel when your Prosper202 conversion pixel loads, you will need to use the Universal Smart Pixel from Step 9 of the setup tab. You may use either the Javascript or Iframe version of the pixel, however the Javascript version is recommend. Additionally you can use postbacks to trigger the Facebook pixel using our Deferred Pixel Technology.

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