How to place your own tracking pixel/script

December 28th, 2009

One of the nice things about creating PeerFly from the ground up is that we have complete control over the features in our network. We can build these features around our publishers requests, which makes things more efficient for both our publishers and our support team. One such feature is our pixel placing tool.

In the past if you wanted to get your own tracking pixel placed on an offer so you could use your own tracking software (such as Tracking202) you would have to e-mail it to your affiliate manager and then wait for them to add it and e-mail you back to tell you that it has been added. Most affiliate network tracking platforms now have their own way for you to add your pixel to the landing page, but ours here at PeerFly is one of the simplest and quickest solutions.

First, go to the page for the offer that you would like to place the pixel on. The offer page should look something like this:

Towards the middle of the offer page you will see three red tabs. Click on the Tools tab to go to the tools page for that offer. The tools tab will bring up a menu that looks like this:

Click on the Place Tracking Pixel link in the menu and you will be taken the page where you can place the pixel for that offer.

Copy and paste your tracking pixel in the box and push submit. Your pixel will be automatically placed on the offer conversion page and will fire whenever you generate a lead. You can also delete and edit your pixel at that page as well. If you have more than one tracking pixel or script you would like to place simply copy and paste them all in the box with a space between them. If you are not sure you are you using the right pixel or need it tested you can always contact your affiliate manager.

If you have any questions feel free to post them in the comments below or contact us.


I am the Director of Marketing at PeerFly and have over 15 years of experience with affiliate marketing. I am also a blogger and web developer. I enjoy creating applications to help my PeerFly publishers make more money!

8 thoughts on “How to place your own tracking pixel/script

  1. Tyler Smith

    is it correct to take the step 8 tracking pixel link or code from the tracking202 setup? i think this is a nifty tool.

  2. Luis

    Can I use my Facebook Pixel Tracking to Track events like New Registratios for SOI Simple Opt In

    Note that I am using
    fbq(‘track’, “PageView”);
    fbq(‘track’, ‘CompleteRegistration’);
    In the same code
    And the question is This Tracking Pixel is going
    to work well once I have installed into the space
    you provide for a determined offer?


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