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Create a page

Effortlessly create landing pages with our drag-and-drop EasyEditor, with no HTML knowledge required.

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Written by Gareth Burroughes
Updated over a week ago

A page is an independent webpage designed for conversions, separate from your main website.

Pages typically feature a data capture form to collect visitor email addresses and other information. Create custom pages from scratch or choose from our ready-made templates for a quick start.

Some ideas on how to use pages:

  • Promote limited-time offers or discounts.

  • Collect contact information for event registrations.

  • Launch a new product or service.

  • Capture leads for gated content, such as ebooks or whitepapers.

  • Encourage newsletter signups.

  • Conduct surveys or gather customer feedback.

  • Host competitions or giveaways.

Before you start

Things you need to know:

Create a Page

  1. Go to Content > Surveys, pages, and forms, then select NEW SURVEY, PAGE OR FORM.

  2. Choose to start from scratch or select a template. In this example, we use the blank template.

  3. Enter a page name and expand the drop-down menu to choose a location for your page.

  4. Select CONTINUE.

  5. Use EasyEditor to design your page.

  6. Select SAVE to save and continue working, or SAVE & CLOSE to save for later.

More actions

You can rename, copy or move a page you have created using the More actions menu.

To do this:

  1. Go to Content > Surveys, pages, and forms.

  2. Select the checkbox for the page you want.

  3. Expand the MORE ACTIONS drop-down menu and select from:

    1. Move survey, pages or forms.

      This action allows you to place a page in a new folder.

      In the Move to pop-over, expand the Select location drop-down menu and choose a folder, then select MOVE.

    2. Rename survey, page or form.
      Enter a new name and select CONTINUE.

    3. Copy survey, page or form.
      Enter a name for the duplicated form, and expand the Page location drop-down menu to select a folder to store the page, then select COPY.

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