Website Leads
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How to install your pixel code

1. 
Install pixel code

You can get your pixel code here

For installation you need your individual pixel code. It is made available to you in your personal login area. To install it on your website, download it from the following link (login required):

Do you not have a user account yet?

If you don't have a user account yet, you can create a new account here. You can also complete the registration process at any time in this way: On our homepage wlw.de you will see the login link in the top right area. On the registration screen, click on the link " Create a new user account for your company profile" and set up your new user account.

How to integrate the pixel code into WordPress 

Access to the source code within WordPress has changed due to the customized interface. This means that the following variants are available for integrating the pixel code:

1.  An older WordPress version is installed, and the website is not hosted on wordpress.com (e.g. own web space). 

You can still add the JavaScript (pixel code) to the footer between the <body> tag in the editor. Proceed as follows:

  • Log into WordPress
  • Select the menu item "Design" from the left-hand navigation bar.
  • Click on the menu item "Theme Editor" from the left-hand navigation bar and select "Theme Footer" on the right-hand side.
  • Now insert your pixel code before the closing </body> tag as shown in the image.
  • Save your pixel code installation with the button "Update file".

2.  A new WordPress version is installed. The website is not hosted on wordpress.com.

You need to install a plugin and paste the pixel code there. For security reasons, WordPress prevents the publication of JavaScript without plugins.

3. The website is hosted on wordpress.com.

You automatically have the latest version and need to install a plugin and paste the pixel code there. This may require an upgrade.

WordPress Dashboard: der Navigationspunkt "Design" ist ausgewählt und orange eingerahmt.

2. 
Adapt privacy statement

If you would like to identify visitors of your website with the help of a Website Leads pixel code, we recommend adapting your privacy statement in line with the GDPR. Two steps are necessary to do this:

Step 1: Copy the text and insert it on your privacy statement page

English:
[YOUR COMPANY NAME] uses products and services for analysis and marketing purposes, which are provided by Visable GmbH (www.visable.com) in cooperation with them. To that end, pixel-code technology is used to collect, process and store data in order to create at least pseudonymised, but where possible and sensible, completely anonymous user profiles. Data collected, which may initially still include personal data, is transmitted to Visable or is collected directly by Visable and is used to create the aforementioned user profiles there. Visitors to this website are not personally identified and no other personal data is merged with the user profiles. If IP addresses are identified as personal, they are immediately deleted. You can object to the processing operations described with future effect at any time: [INSERT OPT-OUT LINK HERE]

French:
[LE NOM DE VOTRE ENTREPRISE] utilise les produits et services fournis par Visable GmbH (www.visable.com) à des fins d'analyse et de marketing. À cet effet la technologie du pixel code est utilisée pour collecter, traiter et stocker des données afin de créer des profils utilisateurs au moins pseudonymisés et, lorsque cela est possible et judicieux, totalement anonymes. Les données collectées, qui peuvent encore lors de cette étape comprendre des données à caractère personnel, sont transmises à Visable ou collectées directement par Visable, puis utilisées pour créer les types de profils utilisateurs mentionnés ci-dessus. Aucune identification personnelle des visiteurs de ce site Internet n'a lieu et aucune autre donnée personnelle n'est fusionnée avec les profils utilisateurs. Dans le cas où une adresse IP serait identifiée comme personnelle, elle serait immédiatement supprimée. Vous pouvez vous opposer à tout moment au traitement décrit ci-dessus sans effet rétroactif : [INSÉRER LE LIEN DE RETRAIT ICI]

German:

[IHR FIRMENNAME] setzt zu Analyse- und Marketingzwecken Produkte und Dienstleistungen ein, die in Kooperation mit der Visable GmbH (www.visable.com) von dieser zur Verfügung gestellt werden. Hierzu erfolgt mittels Zählpixeltechnologie die Erhebung, Verarbeitung und Speicherung von Daten zur Erstellung mindestens pseudonymisierter, wo möglich und sinnvoll vollständig anonymisierter Nutzungsprofile. Die erhobenen Daten, die zunächst noch personenbezogene Daten beinhalten können, werden an Visable übermittelt oder direkt durch Visable erhoben und dort zur Erstellung der o.a. Nutzungsprofile verwendet. Eine persönliche Identifikation von Besuchern dieser Webseite findet nicht statt, und es werden auch keine sonstigen personenbezogenen Daten mit den Nutzungsprofilen zusammengeführt. Sollten IP-Adressen als personenbezogen identifiziert werden, so werden sie umgehend gelöscht. Den hier geschilderten Formen der Verarbeitung können Sie jederzeit mit Wirkung für die Zukunft widersprechen: [HIER DEN OPT-OUT LINK EINFÜGEN]

Step 2: Insert opt-out link in your data protection text

If a visitor of your website clicks on this link, no more company-related data will be passed onto Visable.

Note: Please make sure that the pixel code is also installed on your page with the privacy statement. Only then can the opt-out function be activated for visitors.

English:
<a onclick="alert(‘Your visits are no longer recorded.');" href="javascript:visableLeads.optOut()">Exclude visitor recording (Note: Link sets a 1st-party cookie for an opt-out)</a>

German:
<a onclick="alert('Ihre Besuche werden nun nicht mehr erfasst.');" href="javascript:visableLeads.optOut()">Besuchererfassung ausschließen (Anmerkung: Link setzt ein 1st-Party-Cookie für einen Opt-Out)</a>

French:
<a onclick="alert('Vos visites ne seront désormais plus enregistrées.');" href="javascript:visableLeads.optOut()">Exclure … (remarque : le lien crée un cookie interne pour une option de retrait)</a>

Example of correct integration

This is what your privacy statement should look like:


<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<head>
<title> Visable OptOut </title>
</head>

<body>
<h1>Privacy policy</h1>

[YOUR COMPANY NAME] uses products and services for analysis and marketing purposes, which are provided by Visable GmbH (www.visable.com) in cooperation with them. To that end, pixel-code technology is used to collect, process and store data in order to create at least pseudonymised, but where possible and sensible, completely anonymous user profiles. Data collected, which may initially still include personal data, is transmitted to Visable or is collected directly by Visable and is used to create the aforementioned user profiles there. Visitors to this website are not personally identified and no other personal data is merged with the user profiles. If IP addresses are identified as personal, they are immediately deleted. You can object to the processing operations described with future effect at any time: <a onclick="alert(‘Your visits are no longer recorded.');" href="javascript:visableLeads.optOut()">Exclude visitor recording (Note: Link sets a 1st-party cookie for an opt-out)</a>
 </body>
</html>

3. 
Contact potential leads

In your personal login area, the companies that have visited your company website are now also displayed for you.

4. 
Remove pixel code

How to remove the pixel code in WordPress 

1. Log into WordPress

2. Select the menu item "Design" from the left-hand navigation bar.

3. Click on the menu item "Theme Editor" from the left-hand navigation bar and select "Theme Footer" on the right-hand side.

WordPress dashboard: the navigation item "Design" is selected and outlined in orange.

4. Now delete your pixel code, as shown in the image above, which you inserted before the closing </body> tag.

5. Save the change with the button "Update file".

6. Remove the additional text about the pixel code in your privacy statement which you added when purchasing Website Leads.

WordPress Dashboard: der Navigationspunkt "Design" ist ausgewählt und orange eingerahmt.

5. 
FAQ

Data protection compliance:

Data protection compliance: 
Does Website Leads comply with data protection – also with regards to the GDPR? All functions of Website Leads comply with the GDPR. At no point in time do we work with personal data: "Website Leads" is limited to the B2B sector and therefore does not process or store any personal data:  
 
– Only companies and no private individuals are identified.   
 
– One-person companies are excluded from the list of hits.   
 
– No IP addresses are passed on. 
Do I have to put a notice on my website that I'm using Website Leads? 
We recommend adapting your privacy statement in line with the GDPR by informing website visitors comprehensively about the use and purpose of Website Leads, as well as granting them the option of objecting to data being collected and stored. Visitors can make use of an opt-out function. This is included in the recommended extension for your privacy statement and sets a 1st party cookie.
You can find the recommendation about adapting your data protection provisions here. 
May I contact the visitors of my website?
As long as you follow the relevant provisions of competition law, you can also use the visitor list for your own advertising and thus, in the best case, acquire new customers: In the case of classic advertising approaches (written mailings, flyers, catalogues, cold visits, etc.), nothing further needs to be followed in this regard.  In our opinion, it is also possible to make contact by telephone or e-mail acquisition, as the visitors have expressed their presumed interest by clicking on your wlw or EP company profile or your website.

How it works:

How and on what basis are the visitors identified? 
Using the visitor's IP address, the company is identified via an IP lookup database. Website Leads analyses only company visitors and therefore does not use any personal data.
Which visitor details are made available to me? 
The following visitor data are made available to you: the company name and address of the website visitor, the accessed URL and the time of the visit.
Are cookies stored by Website Leads? 
No cookies are used to identify company visitors. 
Are visitor data identified if cookies are not consented to? 
The identification of company visitors is done without cookies. Consent by the visitors is therefore unnecessary.

Questions? Feel free to contact us!

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