The Signal event has various triggers and you can use it to create audiences.
This trigger fires the Signal event when someone clicks on a link or button. There are additional parameters you can use: text (the text of the link of the button), and target_url.
This trigger fires the Signal event when a YouTube or Vimeo embedded video is played. It tracks the video name and ID as parameters.
This trigger fires the Signal event when the user clicks on an email.
This trigger fires the Signal event when the user clicks on a phone number. The phone number must use the default tel: marckup.
This trigger fires the Signal event when a form’s button is clicked. It has specific parameters: text, form_class, form_id.
This trigger fires the Signal event when a new WordPress account is created.
This trigger fires the Signal event when a downloadable file is clicked. Specific parameters: download_type, download_name, download_url
This trigger fires the Signal event when a comment is added.
You can easily configure and fire your own events in order to track any specific important actions. Transform any event into a Conversion.
Fire events for speciffic URLs. You have flexible conditions, “contains” or “match”.
With Clicks on CSS Selector you can target clicks on any speciffic element from your pages.
Fire events when your visitors click on speciffic URLs.
Fire events when one or more pages are scrolled up to a percent.
Fire events when the mouse moves over a speciffic element.
Fire events based on WordPress post_type.
We have dedicated filters that can be used by developers to disable tracking and we integrate with 4 different “cookie consent” plugins.
Dedicated integration with ConsentMagic.com
If you use WPML, you can fire different pixels for each language. This feature is part of the Super Pack.
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