Setting Up Personyze in Your Website

To set up Personyze to work with your website, you have to:

  1. Tell Personyze the URL of all domains and sub-domains that you want to track.
  2. Embed the Personyze tracking code (snippet) into your Web pages (tag in your website’s master page or template; if your website does not have such a page, you will have to place it in every page that you want to track).  The code must be installed in the <head> tag of the HTML to ensure optimal performance. We recommend installing the Personyze  code as high up in the head tag as possible, generally after your <html> tag, charset declarations, and possibly other meta tags. If the code is added anywhere lower in the head tag, it will technically still work. But if the page has already loaded content that the visitor sees before the Personyze code loads, the original content of the page may load before being transformed (by Personyze) into the the personalized version of the content.

IMPORTANT: You must do both things in order to be able to start tracking visitors and collecting data!

Using Tag Manager to add Personyze code

You can use Tag Management  but Ideally, you should load Personyze outside of a tag manager. Because Google Tag Manager, for example, doesn’t support synchronous loading in some cases depends on the type of personalization campaigns running on your site  you may encounter issues with page flashing when Personyze replacing existing page content (Though popup and banner/content in a placeholder should work normally) or missing reports to google analytic on campaign execution (Read more about campaigns performance in your Google analytics account) . That happen when the page has already loaded content that the visitor sees before Personyze code loads into the page. But if you already use a tag manager (Google Tag Manager, Tealium), you can still use them to add the snippet to your site, But to avoid any potential problems we strongly encourage you to add the snippet as early in the execution path as possible.

One-page application- If you want to  personalize a one-page application , Switch the button “Single Page Application” in the account Tracker settings.
Activating the above function, adds a new record to page views history of the current user, checks for new Audiences match, and replaces previous page-view placeholder content to create a personalized version of the page.

Cross domain tracking with Personyze – Personyze enables automatic tracking of user activities across different domains! Doing so will enable you to track the entire activity of users throughout all your domains. Please read the guide on how to activate cross domains tracking 


Tracking Code

Copy the appropriate tracking code and place it right before the <​/head> tag in your website’s master page or template; if your website does not have such a page, you will have to place it in every page that you want to track.

There are two types of tracking codes:

Regular Tracking Code Asynchronous  (Recommended):

Standard asynchronous version of Personyze tracking code. Should be embedded in the <head> of your master page or theme.

Personyze  code is loaded asynchronous with the rest of the page and detects all page elements designated as placeholders for personalization actions to potentially alter their content, and makes them invisible to the visitor.

Hidden placeholders appear, with either generic or personalized content, based on the result of Personyze analyzing visitor data and identifying the visitor as a member of a targeted audience. This process takes less than 300MS of a second, does not delay the website, or cause the visitor to notice that a personalization took place.

As an additional safeguard against loading delays, the tracking code has a “timeout” variable, which further limits the time placeholder elements can remain hidden. By default, the timeout limit is set to two seconds( 1000 ms), but you can manually alter that figure to any desired value.

To manually change the timeout limit:

  1. Search for “Timeout” in your tracking code.
  2. You’ll find the following line: “setTimeout(r, 2000);”
  3. Change the value “2000” to your desired limit in ms.

For example: changing the value of “setTimeout” to 600, would set Personyze timeout limit to be no longer than 0.6 of a second.

Non-Blocking Tracking code

Non-Blocking Tracking code should only be used in the event that you do not have the option of  properly embedding the regular tracking code in the <head> of the master page or theme, and aren’t planning to personalize existing page content in real-time.

This tracking code does not hide elements designated to serve as placeholders for personalization activity. Placing Personyze tracking code in the body or the footer of the page, will cause the page to load prior to Personyze tracker being activated.

Activating the tracking code after the page has loaded, will have no effect on Personyze’s ability to monitor visitor data and activity( as well as introduce new content such as popups), but an attempt to personalize existing content may cause the visitor to notice that a personalization took place.

Domain settings

You can add additional domains, and further customize your tracked domain settings from your Personyze Dashboard, by going to Settings >> Domain Settings.

  • ‘’ sets tracking to pages inside ‘’, for example ‘\path\page.htm’; but not inside sub-domains of ‘’, for example ‘\path\page.htm’.
  • Please note that ‘www’ is a sub-domain as any other; you must specify ‘’ as well as ‘’ if you want to track both.
  • You can use asterisks in place of a domain name as a wildcard; ‘*’ sets tracking to ‘’, ‘’, ‘’ and so on.
  • You can type multiple sub-domains by separating domain addresses with a space.