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What is the Facebook pixel?
Which of the following will allow you to have a * no * pixel?
Where should the base pixel code be placed on your website?
What is true about directing pixel traffic?
Which of the following can't you do because you have a Facebook pixel on your site?
In which pages of your website do you need to add the Facebook pixel?
How can you install the pixel on your website?
How many pixels can you have?
Which of the following uses the Facebook pixel to complete the action?
How can you test to make sure your pixel is working properly?
What does the pixel event code do?
How are the details of an event (such as the price, quantity, and name of a purchased product) recorded with the event code?
How do you add a pixel to a website that you can't control?
TRUE / FALSE: The pixel makes it possible to target people according to the specific events that took place on your site (the exact product purchased, the price, the quantity)
Where is the event code added to your site, which signifies a specific type of action?
TRUE / FALSE: Facebook has the ability to detect events and create them automatically for you
TRUE / FALSE: There are ways to create pixel events without the need for additional code
Can Facebook detect that an event occurs when the following happens?
How many pixel events can appear on a single webpage?
What allows you to do a custom conversion?