Installing the Pinterest Tag on a Wix Website

shimouva
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Hello there !

For those who use a Wix website,

what was the easiest way to install the Pinterest tag, especially the event codes

Any help is appreciated

Warm Regards 🤗

 

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earth2skyjewelry
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Hi @shimouva 

The base tag can be added as custom code under Marketing &SEO/SEO Tools/Site Verification/Custom Code. Certain event codes like Page Visit can be loaded this way as well. I do not yet have a good answer for other more "click specific" events like add to cart. Also I am still working on dynamic variables for Product ID and some others. 

I built my catalog in a static .csv file which I update manually. I run an ftp server on my pc (filezilla) so that pinterest can ingest my catalog once a day.

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gioielliconfusione
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Hello Shimouva, i have a answer for you. i m also using a wix web site.

because you ask about tags, i guess you re able to feed a catalog? 

how?

tia, maurizio

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shimouva
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Hi @gioielliconfusione 

I'm sorry I really can't help you! I didn't have the chance to work with catalogs for a Wix website!

I have experience with the Squarespace websites in which I uploaded the catalogs manually, and it did work!

 

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PinterestRenato
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Hi, @shimouva,

I'm sorry you are having trouble implementing the Pinterest tag on your website. I'd recommend taking a look at a few articles like adding event code and installing Pinterest tag. However, since we don't have specific instructions for Wix websites yet, I would suggest you reach out to your host support team so they can guide you or maybe to a web developer. 

I understand this may not be an ideal solution, but keep us posted on how these suggestions work for you.

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orchidangelica
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Hi gioielliconfusione, you can just use the Facebook feed URL as Pinterest feed URL, this works for me.

And I'm also struggling for the tags and event codes issue...

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earth2skyjewelry
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Hi @shimouva 

The base tag can be added as custom code under Marketing &SEO/SEO Tools/Site Verification/Custom Code. Certain event codes like Page Visit can be loaded this way as well. I do not yet have a good answer for other more "click specific" events like add to cart. Also I am still working on dynamic variables for Product ID and some others. 

I built my catalog in a static .csv file which I update manually. I run an ftp server on my pc (filezilla) so that pinterest can ingest my catalog once a day.

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sanzarbaba
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I am also working on dynamic variables for Product ID, if you find solution please share it.

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YourHappinessQuest
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Hi @earth2skyjewelry , I recently uploaded the event codes this way on a site but they're not triggering. Any advice on how you got this to work? The base code is working fine but I tried adding the page visit code here too and nada, no errors and not triggering its existence.

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