Adding Facebook Pixel on your website

Have you connected the new Facebook Sales Channel in shopify yet?  If so, you have now activated the Facebook, Instagram shopping as well as the Facebook Ad Marketing.    What about the Facebook Pixel?  Have you added or created a Facebook pixel for your website?    Is your Facebook Pixel working correctly? 

The Facebook pixel once added to your website not only measures the effectiveness of advertising, tracks customers actions on your store but will help drive more sales. 

By installing the Facebook Pixel Helper icon into your Chrome browser,  will help tell you if your pixel is working correctly, check for errors and help understand events. 

If you require any assistance in creating or installing the Facebook pixel please email nicole@echic.com.au

 

 



Also in eChic Blog - building your business

OneSaas Xero users - you may need a new app
OneSaas Xero users - you may need a new app

Thanks to Ben and the team at https://theinappropriategiftco.com/  for the heads up -
OneSaas has been acquired by Intuit, maker of QuickBooks Financial Management Software. Which means if you are using OneSaas to hook up to XERO, you've now got to find a new app.

Which app to use will depend on what else you are hooking up to, but watch this space.
Read More
Adding new Facebook channel in your Shopify Site
Adding new Facebook channel in your Shopify Site

Yes this email is real! If you are stuck on adding the new Facebook channel to your admin and need us to do the basic set-up for you so you can take it from there we have a basics option for $175. Add $215 if you want us to set up the collections and customize the Facebook and Instagram Shops as well.
Read More
Two-step authentication - making your site secure
Two-step authentication - making your site secure

If you only do one thing for your site this week, make it turning on two-step authentication .

The good news - Shopify is very secure. The bad news, people aren't. So what do you do if one of your staff has used a weak password, and someone has guessed or pfished it, and got into your Shopify site? Or a virus on your machine has sent your password to the bad guys?

The first thing to do is DON'T PANIC - running around with your hair on fire is a natural response to that sinking feeling, but will make things worse. Jumping on to an infected machine and changing your password just gives them your new password.

Click for a step by step guide >

Read More

Subscribe