Beacon Marketing is good

Beacon Marketing

With the rise of the mobile-empowered consumer, innovative marketers are using beacons to create more compelling, personalized customer experiences at the store and department level. Every in-store mobile experience that is delivered to a shopper must be relevant to the interests and behaviors of that shopper, and must provide clear value to the consumer

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Integrating Visitor Analytics with your OS Commerce site

After you have copied your Plumb5 scripts,

open this file on your oscommerce site:

\catalog\includes\footer.php

Scroll to the bottom of the file paste in your code from plumb5.

Save the file, upload to your live site and that’s it.

Visitor Analytics for OS Commerce

Customer Data Unification

You will have to manually add the text in your Footer’s file.

The path to the file is: \catalog\includes\footer.php

Add this below code snippet, as illustrated in the below screen

  $addresses_query = tep_db_query(“select customers_email_address from customers where customers_id = ‘” . (int)$customer_id . “‘”);

  while ($addresses = tep_db_fetch_array($addresses_query)) {

echo (‘<span id=”p5EmailId” style=”display:none;”>’.$addresses[‘customers_email_address’].'</span>’);

}
Visitor Analytics for OS Commerce

Activating Prestashop API/Web Services to access data

To do this, simply go into your Back Office and click on the tab Tools / Web Service.

Select “Enable Web Service” and click Save to activate the service

Prestashop Backoffice

 

Generating a. htaccess file:

To get the web service to work, you need to generate / regenerate a. htaccess file. While still in the Back Office, go to the Tools / Generators tab and click:

Prestashop - HTA Access

 

Creating access:

Return to Tools / Web Service

– Click “Add New “, and you’ll access the “passkey” permission and definition page.

– Click on “Generate.” This will generate an authentication key.

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In the list of permissions, the left button allows you to define all the rights for a given resource. Select the resources you need to manipulate from your application; in our case check the first check box in the “customers” row and then: – Press “Save”

 

 

 

Adding Plumb5 Module into the Prestashop Library

Get started with the following steps Step 1. Log into PrestaShop (Back Office) dashboard Step 2. Using the top menu bar, hover over the Modules tab and select the Modules option Prestashop Backoffice Configuration for Plumb5 Step 3. Once you have downloaded(link below) a module from the plumb5, To install a new PrestaShop module “automatically”, click on the “Add a new module” link at the top of the list of modules. This will reveal a new section. browse to the plumb’s Zip file that you downloaded. http://www.plumb5.com/prestashop/plumb.zip ps2 Step 4. once installed it will show in below list, To install it, simply select the Install button just to the right of the module. Prestashop Modules Step 5. once installed it will take to configuration page, then paste the plumb5 script

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Import Product List into your Plumb5 account

This documentation is made for store platforms, where there is no web-service/API options. In this scenario, you can import your product list and then sync with URL information. This gets a bit manual if your product list grows on a daily basis

Steps to import your product list

Export your product list to an excel or csv file as shown in the sample

Import Product List Sample for your Plumb5 account

 

Login to your Plumb5 account and click on manage account to get to your configuration tab

Select Import Product. Give you list a name and import the exported file . Hit the “Configure button’ to finish.

Import Product List to your Plumb5 account

Integrating Visitor Analytics with your Zen Cart site

Get your Plumb5 Script/Code, open this file on your Zen Cart site:
\includes\templates\MY_Custom_Template\common\ tpl_footer.php

Scroll to the bottom of the file paste in your code from plumb5.

Save the file, upload to your live site and that’s it.

Visitor Anlaytics for ZenCart

For tagging customer sessions, manually add the text in your Footer’s file. 

Session tagging for ZenCart

Illustration of implemented screen

For ZenDesk

Inserting scripts and tagging customer sessions on BigCommerce shops

1. In your Bigcommerce Control Panel, select Apps > Analytics.

BigCommerce - Select Analytics Tab

2. Check the box for Google Analytics and select Save.

Activating Script Panel on BigCommerce

3. Select the Google Analytics tab and paste your Plumb5 scripts into the box and click “Save”

Add Plumb5 scripts to your BigCommerce Store

Tagging Customer sessions (Use this script in the screen) to tag customers to their session data on Plumb5.

Customer Sessions for BigCommerce webstore

If you need help, you can write to support@plumb5.com, and we can assist you through the process