Using Dynamic Text Replacement on Your Page

🚨Important: In order for dynamic text to work on your page, you must add a keyword parameter to your URL.

1.  Add a keyword parameter to your URL. This is the keyword that will replace the dynamic text you're creating. The URL keyword parameter you have can be the one included in your email, Google AdWords, PPC, or social media ad. As an example, the keyword parameter at end of the URL should look something like this:

?word1=keyword&word2=keyword


2. In your page, double-click the text where you want the keyword to appear and put it between double-braces (as seen below).

{{ your keyword goes here }}

In this example, there are two dynamic texts: {{word1}} and {{word2}} set on the page:

3. Give "word1" and "word2" values for the specific keyword you want to populate the page. Note: For this example we will use the keywords "lead" and "template". In this example, your final URL would look like this:

https://www.example.com/page/?word1=lead&word2=template

4. If you want to include more than one word in your dynamic text tag within the URL be sure to include "%20" in between each word. For example, if you wanted to say "qualified leads" rather than "leads" your final URL would look like this:

example.com/page/?word1=qualified%20lead&word2=template

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