The Pages section of SharpSpring is where pages and funnels are located. A funnel is a series or sequence of landing pages, while a single page is just one landing page. There are several important features available in the Pages section. This article will provide an overview of landing pages and funnels, as well as the features available in the Pages section of SharpSpring.
The following user roles can access and create landing pages:
- Marketing Managers
Regarding the GDPR
The European Union's new data protection law, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), is meant to protect the data and rights of individuals who are in the European Union and European Economic Area (EU/EEA). One of these protections is consent. In this case, the consent to allow or deny tracking and the gathering of their personal information. You must give visitors the chance to either allow or deny tracking before it happens. If you add forms to a landing page or otherwise enable tracking, you will need to enable GDPR settings.
For more information on the GDPR and how you must incorporate its protections into your pages and forms, refer to the following:
- Adding GDPR Cookie Banners to Landing Pages
- The European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
- How the GDPR Impacts SharpSpring and You
Regarding Landing Page URLs and Subdomains
To publish landing pages, you will need to create a CNAME Record for your domain. Additionally, when you first use the Pages feature, you will be sent to a page in SharpSpring that prompts you to add a site. At this point, you will need to designate a subdomain for landing pages.
Creating New Funnels or Categories
To create new funnels or page categories, do the following:
Creating New Landing Pages
To create new landing pages, do the following:
Important: The funnel domain cannot be changed after the landing page has been created.
Editing Existing Landing Pages
To edit existing landing pages, do the following:
More Options for Landing Pages
Created landing pages have additional options available. To utilize these options, do the following:
|Copy||Copy the landing page or funnel content into a new landing page or funnel.|
|Unpublish||Remove the landing page or funnel from publication.|
|Preview||View the current iteration of the landing page or funnel in the browser.|
|Move to||Move the landing page or funnel to a different folder category.|
|Published Versions||View all metadata on previous iterations of the landing page or funnel.|
|Delete||Delete the landing page or funnel.|
There may come a time when you have many landing pages and funnels. Navigating your available pages may become problematic. To better navigate your pages and funnels, utilize the search filters and options available in the Pages section.
The following search filters are available:
|Category Search||Click the All Categories drop-down menu to select which categories display in the section.|
|Publication Status||Click the Published/Unpublished drop-down menu to select which pages and funnels display. Options include published articles, unpublished articles, and articles with unpublished changes.|
|Search Bar||Enter words and phrases in the search bar to filter articles.|
The Pages feature is is where you create content for blogs. In order for a blog article to be published, you must have a blog category, blog article, and landing page. Each blog article needs to be tied to a category, and that category must be selected in the Make a Blog template landing page.
For information on creating and publishing blog articles, refer to the following help articles: