Lead Intelligence fires pixels using Javascript instead of inserting them in to the source code of the landing pages. This means that to check if the pixels were fired, we need to look at the HTTP GETs sent from the microsite.

Below I've posted a brief walk through on how to check if your pixel were fired for each of the major browsers.

All browsers:

Make sure your cache, sessions and cookies are cleared before testing.
If you perform several tests, make sure to clear all of these for each attempts as well.

Firefox: 

 Make sure you have the addon "Firebug"
 When entering the site, right click anywhere on the page and select "Inspect Element"
 Click "Net" in the menu of the panel that just appeared, then select the downward triangle next to "Net" and click "Enable". If prompted to reload the page, do so.
 Complete the form with valid answers, and submit.
 You will now see several new lines appear in the Net panel, one of which should be the URL of your pixel, showing that your pixel have been fired

Alternatively..
    • Make sure you have the addon "HTTP Headers"
    • When entering the site, click on "View" from the browser menu, and then from the "Sidebar" option choose "LiveHTTPHeaders".
    • You'll see a left hand side column appear on in your browser which will record all HTTP related activity.
    • Complete the form with valid answers, and submit.
    • You will now see several new lines appear in that column, one of which should be the URL of your pixel, showing that your pixel have been fired.


Chrome/Safari:

•  When entering the site, right click anywhere on the page and select "Inspect element"
 Click "Resources" in the menu of the panel that just appeared.
 Complete the form with valid answers and submit.
 You will now see several new lines appear at the bottom of the Resources panel, one of which should be the URL of your pixel, showing that the pixel have been fired.

Internet Explorer:

 Only supported in IE9 onwards, or by add-ons not included in this document
 Click F12 to open up the "Developer tools" window.
 Click "Network" to go to the Network tab.
 Click "Start Capturing".
 Go back to the Internet Explorer window
 Paste the URL in the address bar and click "Go"
 Complete the form with valid answers and  submit.
 Change to the "Developer tools" window.
 You will now see several new lines appear in this window, one of which should be the URL of your pixel, showing that the pixel have been fired.

If you have any further questions, please contact Lead Intelligence support at: support@leadintelligence.co.uk