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Personalized or Quiz Style Landing Pages

Have you ever wanted to create a personalized landing page or thank you page? Something more than just including a visitor's name? A landing page or thank you page that really stands out and makes users feel special?

Well, you can! You can create a personalized message based on how a site visitor or customer completes an opt-in or order form.

Or maybe you've wanted an opt-in quiz on your site. Quizzes are fun and insightful for customers and are a great way to bring in new leads for your list.

Now, you can create these personalized options on your Simplero landing pages and site using our radio button form fields and Global snippets. 

Here's how:

Create Your Custom Radio Button Form Field

To make a personalized landing page, the first step is to set up your custom form field. You want to add the custom form field and make sure to add an Interpolation key that makes sense with the field.

How to add fields:

  • Select Settings from your Simplero Dashboard.
  • Select the Fields tab.

  1. Look at all the Field types located on the right side of the screen. You may even find that you already have some, who knows.
  2. Start adding the field you want to show in your form.
  3. For example, select the Radio buttons from the Custom fields section from the right side of the screen.

  4. Click and drag the field from the right side of the screen towards the left in your form.
  5. Click the blue Save changes button.

Interpolation Keys on Custom Form Fields

For each field you add to your forms, you can also now add a customer Interpolation key. The Interpolation key allows you to transfer the information that's filled in a field to an email broadcast. 

Here's how you do it:

  1. Select Settings from your Simplero Dashboard.
  2. Select the Fields tab.
  3. Click and drag the field from the right side of the screen towards the left in your form.
  4. You'll see a box that says "Interpolation key." Fill in that box with a label that represents the field information you're bringing over. For example, if it was a phone number field, the Interpolation key would be phonenumber.

  5. Click the blue Save changes button.
  6. Copy the link to the Interpolation Key using the clipboard icon.
     

Now when you create your broadcast or landing page, you can paste in your Interpolation key in the body of text, and the information the customer put into that field will show up. 

  • Sticking with the example of the phone number, you would paste interpolation_field_codewherever you want this field to appear.
     

Create Your Global Snippets

The Global snippets are going to be the response that appears based on what's chosen in the form field.

  1. Select Settings from your Simplero Dashboard.
  2. Select the Branding and Tracking tab.
  3. Scroll down to the Global snippets section and click the white + Add a global snippet button.

  4. Enter the Interpolation key in the Key box area. This is a bit of text you're going to add to the snippet code, so it knows what text to populate. For example, if the text describes the color red, you might use "colored" as your key.

  5. The box to the right is where you'll write the text that you want to populate when the key is used.

  6. You can then select the white + Add a global snippet button to add as many snippets as you'd like.
  7. Click the blue Save changes button at the bottom of the page.

Now You're Ready to Set Up Your Landing Page...

  1. Create your landing page as usual, either as a stand-alone landing page or as a page on your site or membership site.
  2. You can also choose to edit the Simplero default thank you page on your list or product and use this there. 
  3. Wherever your landing page is, click into the text field and write the copy the way you want it to appear.
  4. Use the Interpolation keys wherever you want the custom response to show.
  5. For example, you would use Interpolation keys like this: 

Note: You may have more than three options for the radio button, which is fine. You'll just continue adding the different radio button options and the corresponding interpolation keys. 

Last updated 3 Nov 2020.