With the landing pages feature you can publish pages quickly and without technical knowledge on a subdomain of your web store. This way you can collect new email addresses (leads), publish pages without intervention of your web shop builder or create pages for pre-launches of products.

In this article, we'll explain how to publish your first landing page.

Step 1. Creating a subdomain in Reloadify

Before you can create a landing page, you will first need to add a (sub)domain to Reloadify so we can publish the page.

You go to settings in the left menu and then click on "authentication". Under the DNS records for your email, you'll find Landing page authentication.

By default, we already create one for you: e.yourwebshopname:

All that is left for you to do is to validate this CNAME with your domain provider. This works the same as validating your domain name, which you did earlier for your email communication.

After adding the CNAME, click 'validate' in Reloadify and the validation screen will jump to green.

❗ Note: Validating this data with your DNS provider can take up to 24 hours.

Step 2. Creating a landing page

In the left menu, go to forms > landing page. On this page you will see, among other things, the name for in the system, the title you gave the page and whether your landing page is active or not.

Creating a new landing page is done by clicking the 'new landing page' button. Creating a landing page is divided into three different steps; settings, design and activation.

You start with the settings; a clear name, an appropriate title for your landing page (customers will be able to see this in the browser) and an URL that takes your customers to the right location on your website.

In your first step "Settings" begin with a straightforward name, a clever title for your landing page (your costumers will see it in the browser) and a URL, which brings your costumers to the correct page in your online shop. By clicking on "Host" you can find a drop-down menu with the name of your online shop. If you have more than one online shop integrated with us, for example different languages/countries, you will find them in this menu.

Then it is possible to add a script to your landing page, such as a GTM script, a GA script or a custom script (such as a Facebook Pixel).

At 'tags' you insert a logical tag that the profile should be given when he/she has completed a landing page.

Next, you enter the design and end up in the editor. This looks exactly like the email editor in terms of functions for setting up triggers and newsletters.

Once you get to the final step, just run through the settings and you can activate the landing page! Rather not put it live yet? You can also choose to do this later and save your page as a draft first.

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