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Facebook Pixel Helper is a handy Chrome extension that runs in the background and automatically reports on Facebook pixel code. When installed, an icon to show whether or not there are any pixels will appear next to the address bar at all times. If you hover over it with your mouse, an information popup appears containing what type of data has been collected as well as how many pages have had their codes detected by this app so far today – making for quick access when looking up analytics!

How to install Facebook Pixel Helper on chrome browser?

The installation process only takes seconds if ran through Google’s browser store: Go to chrome web store (you can find here all different type of chrome extensions) and write Facebook Pixel Helper, or you can use this link. Just click “Add To Chrome” from within one tab then wait until the button turn blue (indicating that the helper was successful).

Facebook Pixel Helper streamlines the process of running Facebook’s code on your website by automating common tasks like installing pixels, tracking conversions, and measuring success. The app is easy to use with a simple interface that walks you through all of these processes step-by-step.

Verify Pixel Implementation

After installation, you can find it on your browser extensions bar. When you click the Facebook Pixel Helper you will see a drop-down menu.

If you complete the setup of your Facebook Pixel on your website then pixel fires and you can see on the helper extension and verify your implementation.

If the pixel implemented wrong or pixel did not load on your web page, then you will see an error code on the pixel helper.

Below you can see the screenshot of Pixel Helper. You will find a drop-down menu if the Facebook pixel is working on your website successfully.

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If not, then it shows an error code (see below) to fix this issue go to the Facebook developer page and click “disable” or install again new version of the FB pixel helper extension.

After verification your Facebook Pixel

If you see all looking fine on Pixel Helper, then go to your Facebook Business Manager and click Event manager. On event manager, you will see different id for the pixels. Find your Pixel ID here and check ID numbers on Facebook Pixel Helper.

This should match a known pixel that we want to use on our website. With this tool, you can check all your setups about pixel id and event. You can check pixel problems with this tool like invalid pixel id or etc.

Also, as you know, conversion events have big importance on Facebook marketing, and you can control your conversion tracking from Facebook pixel helper for each single-pixel event that you set up before on your Facebook pixel. It can be a standard event or a custom event.

Also, if you set up your Facebook pixel on specific pages on your website. You can control on Facebook pixel helper and see which ones are tracking by your pixel and which ones opted out of tracking.

Conclusion

The Pixel Helper is a handy Chrome extension that runs in the background and automatically reports on Facebook pixel code. When installed, an icon to show whether or not there are any pixels will appear next to the address bar at all times. If you hover over it with your mouse, an information popup appears containing what type of data has been collected as well as how many pages have had their codes detected by this app so far today – making for quick access when looking up analytics!

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