Install Triggerbee on your website

Installation of Triggerbee is done by adding the Triggerbee tracking code to your website. The tracking code is a JavaScript snippet that collects data from your website and is needed in order for Triggerbee to be able to display campaigns on the website. The tracking code only needs to be installed once. 

Where can I find my Tracking Code?

You will find your tracking code in the Account Settings of your Triggerbee account. Click on the script to copy it. 

How many codes do I need?

Each account in Triggerbee has its own unique tracking code. So if you have multiple accounts in Triggerbee (eg. several domains) - you will need to implement one tracking code for each website.  

How do I implement the code?

There are a couple of ways to implement the tracking code, provided that your eCommerce platform approves third-party scripts. Select what option fits you best below:

If you are not using GTM or WordPress, or just feel like installing manually - simply paste the tracking code before the closing </head> tag on your website.

What if I have a Single Page Application webpage?

Don't worry - we got you covered. To use Triggerbee on a SPA website, we recommend you implement Triggerbee with Google Tag Manager and follow the instructions in the article above. Other than that, you will need to activate the Single Page App feature in your Triggerbee account, which you will find in your Account Settings.

And if I want to install the server-side?

If you are techy and want to put the tracking code server-side, please contact and we will help you out with converting your tracking code. 

I have installed the code, but I don't see any data - why?

Once you have installed Triggerbee on your website, it might take a couple of minutes for the app to warm up and collect your data. Grab a coffee and check back in a while, we bet your data is there when you return!

Content Security Policy

To fix it, ask your developers or the person in charge of the website to whitelist Triggerbee's domains, which are: 

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