The Event Mapping feature allows you to define and/or customize the types of events you wish to track and send to your analytics and pixels.
Event Mapping Benefits:
Running ads across multiple ad networks is complex due to the disparate data you need to ingest, process, and analyze. This complexity increases if you want to track the entire customer journey across different platforms.
The Event Mapping enables you to unify and standardize your customer journey tracking under predefined events and sync these events across all your analytics and pixels.
- You set it once, and everything runs in the background.
- Optimize campaigns across multiple ad networks simultaneously.
- Standardize your audience building across all ad networks.
- Cross-platform "InFunnel" targeting.
Let's say that you own a VPN comparison website (topvpnSite.foo) that you promote on Google Ads. You might want to run an Advertorial on Taboola that praises the benefits of a new VPN software (topvpnsite.foo/review/new-vpn).
Run a Top of the Funnel campaign in Taboola, and retarget users that have performed a specific action (ex. OutboundClick) in Google Ads display or CPC.
- In Taboola:
- Segment audiences according to each event
- Exclude audiences from your TOF campaign
- Create Lookalike audiences.
- Create New campaigns according to each Lookalike audience.
- Rinse & repeat
- In Google Ads
- Target audiences that have triggered the OutboundClick Event, with Purchase Objective.
- Create Lookalike audiences
- Exclude purchasers from your campaign
- Include purchasers in an "upsell" campaign.
To run a campaign like this, you would need to perfectly align your Events so that you can fully automate your ads across both ad networks while leveraging the power of retargeting campaigns, AI, and automatic bid optimization.
What is an Event?
An event is any user interaction that AnyTrack tracks.
For example, pageview, outboundclick, addToCart, and purchase.
- Client-Side events, which are triggered on your website.
- Server-side events which are triggered by third-party platforms (affiliate networks, APIs, eCommerce platforms, Webhooks, etc...).
The AnyTrack platform triggers standard events via the AnyTrack JS Tag or via the Server-Side API when the event is triggered by a third-party platform (Affiliate Network, eCommerce platform, Zapier, or an external resource).
|When a user clicks on an external link
|When a user views a product page
|When a user clicks on an Add To Cart Button
|JS Tag & API
|When a user starts a checkout
|JS Tag & API
|When a user fills out an online form
|When AnyTrack API receives a lead event with a 0 monetary value.
|When AnyTrack API receives a lead event with a Monetary value.
|When AnyTrack API receives a Purchase event with a Monetary Value.
Each AnyTrack standard event has a corresponding event in the analytics and pixels integrations you've connected your account with.
Consequently, when a
lead is triggered in AnyTrack, it is processed, formatted, and sent to your connected pixels, according to the Event Mapping defined for the specific pixel.
By default, the AnyTrack standard Events are mapped to each pixel's standard Events.
In the illustration below, you can see the AnyTrack standard events on the Left Side and the Facebook Standard Events on the right side.
- You can disable some events that you don't want to send to Facebook.
- You can change the mapping to other Facebook Standard Events
- You can map Anytrack Standard Events to Custom Event Names
- When updating the event name, you will be prompted to create a custom conversion in Facebook (simply follow the setup flow, which will send an API call to Facebook and create a custom conversion for you.)
- You can create custom events in AnyTrack, and map them to custom/standard events on Facebook.
We highly recommend using this feature as it will give you insightful data that can be easily leveraged to improve targeting and audience segmentation.
Updated 3 months ago