The format of your BlueConic script differs slightly depending on whether you use custom first-party BlueConic hostname (for example, r5687.taylor-store.com) or the hostname provided by the BlueConic CDN server (for example, taylor-store.blueconic.net).
Sites using first-party BlueConic hostnames
If your site uses a custom first-party BlueConic hostname, place the following line of code as high as possible inside the <head> section on every page of your channel(s), as described in the email from BlueConic:
If your site uses a custom first-party BlueConic hostname, for example h854.taylorshop.com, your script would resemble this example, where h854 is the first-party BlueConic hostname and taylorshop.com is your domain name.
For information on using the First-Party Hostname Console to create BlueConic hostnames, see BlueConic hostnames overview and Creating and configuring BlueConic hostnames.
Sites using blueconic.net for the CDN
If your site uses standard hostnames, place the following line of code as high as possible after the <head> tag of your pages:
The [yourscriptname] in the code above should be the hostname of your BlueConic server.
If you access your BlueConic server at https://taylorshop.blueconic.net/, use the hostname part of your URL as replacement which results in:
This would look as follows in a webpage:
<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <script src="https://cdn.blueconic.net/taylorshop.js"></script> <meta charset="UTF-8"> <title>...</title> <script src="/script/jquery.min.js"></script>
... </head> <body> ... </body> </head>
Once you have the tag in place, congratulations! You are now ready to start using BlueConic!
Our script is being served by Amazon CloudFront and will not be impacted by high traffic volume on your websites.