|SharpSpring provides the ability to create powerful landing pages, which can track various metrics.
This article will detail how to modify the slugs for landing pages.
A slug is whatever word comes after the domain name backslash in a URL:
[domain name]/[funnel slug][.html]
Slugs are important for search engine optimization (SEO), and for your audience to know the information behind the link they are clicking.
Consider, as an example, that attached to a landing page blog is the funnel slug google-analytics. The URL would appear as the follows:
When you enter a page slug, SharpSpring will look to see if the slug is already in use. If it is, SharpSpring will add an incremental counter to the end of the slug.
Slugs with incremental counters will appear as follows:
• [domain name]/[funnel slug-1][.html]
• [domain name]/[funnel slug-2][.html]
• [domain name]/[funnel slug-3][.html]
With the google-analytics slug, the incremental counters would appear as follows:
Changing Landing Page URL Slugs
To change a funnel slug for a landing page, do the following:
The new landing page URL will appear in the Funnel URL field. You can also view the landing page URL by clicking Options > Visit live page.