Download the plugin files


Install and activate the plugin


Activate your license key

Install the plugin and activate its license

Download the plugin

You can find your files in 3 different ways:

  • On the “Thank You Page”, right after your payment is completed
  • In our Purchase Confirmation Email that you will receive after the transaction
  • In your account on our site. You’ll get an email with your credential once you complete your first transaction with us.

Install the plugin on your site

Log in to your site admin and click on the Plugins link in the left menu. Click on “Add New” and then on the “Upload Plugin” button

Click on the “Choose file” button and select the plugin files you’ve downloaded earlier. Click “Install now”

Click the “Activate Plugin” button.

Your new plugin is now installed and activated. You can find it in the left menu.

Now you have to activate your license.

How to upload your posts to a Facebook Product Catalog

Usint the plugin, you can create auto-updated XML feeds. Using these feeds, you can upload your WordPress posts into a Facebook Product Catalog.

The video shows you how to create a Product Catalog, and how to upload the feed.

Customize your content

There are several things you can customize using the plugin.

You can add Custom Titles and Custom Descriptions to each blog post.

You can also add two different images and select the Google Taxonomy, if you need to.

When you create or edit a feed, you have settings for Titles, Descriptions, and Images.

The plugin will use the first checked option that is available.

You will have two extra images and Google Taxonomy on every category too. There’s also the option to exclude a category from all the feeds.

Yoast Plugin

If the Yoast SEO plugin is install, you can chose to use their titles, descriptions, and images.

About Google Taxonomy

When you’ll import your feed, you’ll see a warning related to missing Google Taxonomy. This is not something that will affect your ads performance. However, if you want, you can select the most appropiate Google Taxonomy. We have this option added to every post, category, and on the plugin’s main page.

Manage your feeds

You can manage your feeds and change some key settings from the plugin’s main page.

You can control how often feeds will auto-regenerate.

You can add a global Google Taxonomy. This will be used if there is no post, or category Google Taxonomy.

You can add global images, that will be used if there are no post, or category images.

You can turn ON/OFF feeds. OFF feeds will not auto-regenereate.

You can duplicate feeds, regenerate, download them in XML or CSV format, edit, open and copy their URLs.

Facebook Pixel Events

When you do Dynamic Product Ads there is a set of mandatory specific events and parameters. These events are e-commerce related:

  • ViewContent – fired when a product page is visited.
  • ViewCategory – fired when a category is visited.
  • AddToCart – when products are added to the cart.
  • Purchase – when a transaction takes place.

The must have parameters are:

  • content_type: product
  • content_ids: the ID of the products, matching the IDs used in your Product Catalog.

These events are e-commerce specific, but if you use PixelYoruSite (free or pro), they will be fired on normal your WordPress content. This trick makes possible to run DPA for blog posts.

Fire the events with PixelYourSite

Open PixelYourSite main page and look for a section named “Dynamic Ads for Blog Setup”. Click on it.

Turn ON the events you want to fire.

ViewContent and View Category will fire on post pages and category pages.

AddToCart will fire on post pages and has a scroll condition.

Purchase will fire on post pages and has 3 possible triggers:

  • page scroll,
  • user comment,
  • click on a CSS Selector.

How to do Facebook Dynamic Ads for WordPress posts.