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How to Target People Who Have Visited Your Website or Web Pages with Your Facebook Pixel
Pixel audiences can be incredibly successful in helping your reach high intent buyers and fans on Facebook and Instagram.
A video tutorial on how to retarget your event page visitors.
One of the highest converting and most profitable ways to target fans who are interested in your brand but haven’t necessarily followed you on social media yet is to target fans who have visited any website that has your Facebook pixel installed.
When a person visits a website that has your Facebook pixel placed on it--whether it’s your ticketing company’s website (e.g. ticketfly.com), your actual website (e.g. www.yourcompany.com), or clicks on a short-link with your pixel installed on it (e.g. fanlink.to, bit.ly)—the person is able to be advertised to directly.
This term is commonly known as “retargeting” or “remarketing.”
You can target this audience through the service by pressing Add New, Website, All Website Visitors Audience, followed by selecting the appropriate Facebook pixel in the Select a Facebook Pixel section:
The service will then create an audience in Facebook that automatically targets anyone who's visited a web page with your Facebook pixel on it within the past 180 days.
Tip: Use all of your pixel traffic to maximize the size of the audience you can target.
It's also possible to target individuals who've visited a specific web page where your Facebook pixel is installed.
In the Audiences section of Facebook Ads Manager, create a custom audience made of fans who have interacted with the web page. You can do this by clicking on Create Audience, followed by Website Traffic, followed by inputting the specific web page (or pages) you'd like to target people from:
Import that custom audience into the service by pressing Add New, Facebook, Facebook Custom Audience, followed by selecting the audience name in the Template Options section: