Social Analytics Installation

1. Log in to your AddShoppers dashboard and go to Apps > Social Analytics. Copy your Social Analytics code.

2. Create a global variable (instructions here) and paste your Social Analytics code (from step 1) into the variable field. This variable can be named anything. For this example, it's named addshoppers-analytics.

3. At the bottom of the main store template, create a TEXT operator and have it write out @addshoppers-analytics. (If using a custom store template, put this at the bottom of your custom template).

Sharing Button Installation

1. Log in to your AddShoppers dashboard and go to Apps > Sharing Buttons. Configure your sharing buttons and copy the code for them.

2. Create a global variable (instructions here) and paste your Sharing Button code (from step 1) into the variable field. This variable can be named anything. For this example, it's named addshoppers-code.

3. ​On the item page template, place a TEXT operator that writes @addshoppers-code to the place on the page where the buttons should appear.

Here's an example installing buttons on the default item page template (Note: if you're using a custom item page template, insert it there):

ROI Tracking Installation

1. Log in to your AddShoppers dashboard and go to Apps > ROI Tracking. Copy your ROI Tracking code.

2. In the Checkout Manager, navigate to Page Configuration → Order Confirmation.

3. Paste your ROI Tracking code (from step 1) inside the Page Message field.

4. Replace <order id> with orderNum and <order value> with orderTotal.

Purchase Sharing Installation

1. Log in to your AddShoppers dashboard and go to Apps > Purchase Sharing. Configure your Purchase Sharing settings and then copy the code.

2. In the Checkout Manager, navigate to Page Configuration → Order Confirmation.

3. Paste your Purchase Sharing code (from step 1) inside the Page Message field.

Adding A New Variable

1. In your store manager, click on Store Editor.

2. Click on the red arrow to show your advanced options.

3. Click on Variables.

4. Click on Define New Variable.

5. Enter in the name of the variable.

6. Scroll down to the Custom Variables section and you'll see your new, blank variable. Fill in whatever you need to in the text box and click Update.



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