Eskimi Pixels - Introduction and Implementation


One of the most important tools on DSP programmatic is the Tracking Pixel. When the tracking pixel is implemented on your website, many possibilities open up for you, and your campaign. The tracking pixel allows you to track sessions, conversions, custom events, custom conversions, or collect the audience, which can be used for future retargeting campaigns.

This guide will help you to understand how to set up the Tracking Pixel and implement it on your website for sessions, conversions and audience tracking.



All of the codes and example values are used for demonstration purposes. Every code is different based on the account. 

Accessing the code

Every account on "Eskimi DSP" has its own tracking pixel code, which is highly customisable. 

To access the pixel code, go to your account and in the top right corner of the page there is a three-dot icon, click it and select Tracking Pixels drop-down menu. See the image below:


After clicking, you will see your tracking pixel code and more additional options.



There are a few customisable options on this screen which are shown above. 

Audience - here you can assign your created separate audiences, which are done using the Audience tool.

Campaign - here you can select for which Campaign your pixel will apply.

Conversion - if selecting this option, will start tracking conversions through this pixel code. 

Custom Conversion - here you can specify, customer conversion name if you want to track additional conversions on your website.

Custom Event - here you can assign, create additional code if you want to track specific events on your website, assign values to it.

Implementation Guide 

STEP 1. Generate your tracking pixel. 

Go to your account's "Tracking Pixels" section from the drop-down menu (that's the three dots on the upper right corner of the page). 

STEP 2. Select the campaign and implement the code.

Using the "Campaign" checkbox select which campaigns conversions, audiences, events you want to track.  After selecting the campaign your base pixel code will be generated. This code needs to initialised on every page of your website, either between <body> </body> tags, or inside the <head> </head> tags, which may be consistent through the whole site. 


Base pixel code example

Side Note: You don't need to select the campaign and initialise the code if you are planning to gather Audiences only. 

STEP 3. Tracking Audiences, Conversions, Events, Sessions

Since you already got the base code and it is initialised on every page of your website you have to select what you want to track. 

  • Audience - when you select an audience that you want to track the base code will be slightly changed. A code snippet: esk('aid', '7647'); in this example will be added. So your tracking pixel will look like this ( see screenshot below ). So since the pixel code is being initialised on every page, you can copy this specific line from the code and paste it to any page on which you want to track the Audience.


  • Conversion - if you want to track conversions, you will have to add this piece of code, between <body> </body> tags on your success page, where the conversion happens:

esk('track', 'Conversion');

  • When you select the checkbox "Conversion" the conversion code line will be added automatically, to the base pixel code. 



This screenshot above shows how the code changes when you select conversion. 

  • Custom Conversions/Events: as well you can track custom conversion. For example purchase basket value and etc. To track custom conversions, select the "Custom conversion" or "Custom Event" checkbox. 

Now you can add a name and a value for the conversion (See screenshot below).


From the screenshot above, you can see that a new code line has been added: 

esk('event', 'Testing', '99999');

  • Sessions: sessions are tracked by default, no additional setup is required.

Regarding dynamic values:

However, if you need the value to be dynamic, not static, then this requires additional implementation from the website developers. From your end, you will need to change the second value (in this example 'Testing'), and the third value (in this example '99999')

Of course, you can launch this code line somewhere else on the page, if the base pixel code is initialised.