The best Facebook Pixel plugin for WordPress

Use the full potential of Facebook Pixel easier, faster and smarter​

Facebook Pixel lets you measure the performance of your advertising campaigns on Facebook and create audience lists for targetted remarketing campaigns.

Full Picture helps you do both of these things better.

Oh, and Full Picture PRO lets you even add second pixel – just in case you need it!

Installation

To install Facebook Pixel on your site you simply need to enter your pixel’s ID in one of the fields in Full Picture’s settings. And you are done. Without coding or modifying your theme.

What you can do with it

Full Picture WordPress plugin goes beyond the default Facebook Pixel integration.

With Full Picture plugin you will be able to:

  • Track conversions and other e-commerce events such us adding to cart, adding to wishlist, lead and subscriber signups and more (in Full Picture PRO). WooCommerce is supported out-of-the-box and events from other e-commerce plugins can be tracked via Full Picture’s custom events.
  • Track clicks in contact links, affiliate links, outbound links (and any other links you wish)
  • Track form submits
  • Track search phrases and the number of results
  • Track dynamic URL changes triggered with Ajax
  • Track WP data: post categories, tags, custom taxonomies and terms, popular authors, publish dates, and more
  • Distinguish between logged in and logged out users
  • Track user roles
  • Track when page elements get into view
  • Track the use of Adblocks
  • And more

Unique features

Full Picture plugin offers a unique set of features you (most probably) won’t find anywhere else.

  • No longer track pageviews when the page is requested. Track them when they are actually viewed!
  • Track the time user was engaged with the page’s content
  • Track when links get clicked not only with left but also with middle mouse button
  • Prevent tracking multiple separate clicks when a user makes a double-click or a rage-click
  • Prevent tracking form submits if they happen right after pageload (indicating bot action)
  • Use smart filtering to only track page scrolls that really mean something