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piggybacking

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I don't have a way to place the Adwords Pixel directly onto the conversion page. So the Adwords pixel is being passed through another pixel, which is called piggybacking.

 
I'm curious if there is any documentation into this? For some reason the pixel is only firing about 5% of the time a conversion is counted.
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September 2015

Re: piggybacking

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Hi 

By whatever means you place your pixel directly or via some tag management like you are doing the logic remains same that the jt has to fire and http request must fire. I believe best way to check this is via Google Tag Assistant.

Hope this helps

 

Regards, Nik
LinkedIn  |   @nikhilparachure | My Blog

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Re: piggybacking

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Hi 

By whatever means you place your pixel directly or via some tag management like you are doing the logic remains same that the jt has to fire and http request must fire. I believe best way to check this is via Google Tag Assistant.

Hope this helps

 

Regards, Nik
LinkedIn  |   @nikhilparachure | My Blog