Since the moment Facebook and Apple competed with each other for privacy enforcement, the tracking tool system has been messed up. Now the Conversion API can support the gap in tracking but not totally is the same as before. Recently, Facebook has updated a lot of documents related to the data reporting section.
Are you running a branded order tracking page in your store but sometimes get stuck with “not found order”. This blog deserves to have your quick stare. Check out 5 common reasons why your customers cannot track their order on your embedded tracking page and what you should do to resolve it on your end.
The ability to ensure the status of the order from the time of collection at the store to the hand of the recipient, service charges and payments, cargo insurance, civil liability in the event of a dispute, or indemnification are all examples of the efficiency that shipping companies provide to store owners. There are a lot of companies that provide ship services nowadays thanks to the lucrative pie that is expanding after the covid-19 pandemic. Then, among too many choices, why is being careful to choose the couriers is important?
As Facebook and Apple are combating the user's privacy war, all tracking events related to Pixel have been messed up. Some of the event data is probably missing and blocked from IOS devices, which counts 26.46% of all mobile devices and 42.24% of all operating systems (1). That is a huge gap in the data analysis if advertisers want to run marketing campaigns and optimize later. So Facebook has developed the Conversion API for tracking conversion more precisely on Apple devices. It enables the servers side of your websites/e-commerce stores to send the data for tracking.
From time to time, advertisers will see some errors related to CAPI events reported under the Diagnostics tab of your pixels. Sometimes these errors are false positives or can be ignored. Here are the most common errors, which you can encounter when using the Conversion API event.
Unless you’ve been living on a rock, you probably heard of the feud. With the new update, Apple stood its ground, demanding apps to “ask permission first” before tracking users. Facebook shook its head, saying “personalized ads and user privacy can coexist''. At the heart of all this, advertisers have divided opinions, too. Some believe this IOS 14.5 update will kill Facebook ads. Others say don’t freak out, with the Facebook conversion API. What’s really going on?
Customer experience is one of the timely topics in the world of E-commerce. Though easy to overlook, shipping-related features undoubtedly dominate most online buyer’s concerns. There is no surprise that customers browse the tracking page an average of 2.6x per order. It’s time to take the aspect into action by building a branded tracking page to offer your customers an easy-to-access tracking tool for their orders and benefits more for your eCommerce business.
Continue reading to see why branded tracking pages are a fundamental tool of increasing a strong post-purchase consumer experience and what elements you should add to the page to drive customer retention and loyalty for your store.