A webpage is a dedicated space on the Internet that contains text, graphics, sound, etc. In other words, think "website" and you got it.

You have seen many examples of web pages. In fact, you are on one now!  Website pages have information related to a subject, text content, videos or images, buttons linked to additional pages, etc. While on the page, this content is read by the browser and displayed to the user. Kind of like opening up a book and reading a page. 

Web page creation begins in the Funnels section. Go to the "Sales Channels" section and select the "Funnels" tab. A list of your funnels opens. If you don't already have a funnel, create one. For more information on creating a funnel, see the article "Creating funnels".

Next, select "Go to Funnel". A list of web pages you have created will appear here. Along the top there is an additional menu where you can manage the funnels:

  • Pages - This displays the web pages created in the sales funnel.
  • Funnel Flow - You can create a series of actions to be done for all the pages in this funnel. You start with an event and create a series of actions to be done based on the event.
  • General settings - This displays the basic information entered when your funnel was created; the name of the funnel, description, the funnel page domain address, language, etc. You can make changes to these settings at any time.
  • Documents - You can add documents that will be visible to users on your pages, such as a "Privacy policy", "User agreement," etc. 

How to create a new page

In the "Pages" tab click "Create new page".  In the window that opens, you will be prompted to select a template for your new page. On the left-hand side you will see the available template categories:

  • Landing Page
  • Lead Capture
  • Product Launch
  • Webinar Registration
  • Event Registration
  • Thank You Page
  • OTO (one-time offer)
  • Upsell Page

Those are just "type" of pages, but the principle remains the same.

By clicking on any of the category tabs you will see on the right the templates to choose from. You may select any of the suggested templates or create a blank page.

After selecting a page from the list provided, click the "Choose" button for the option you want. A form will open where you will enter the following information: 

  1. Funnel - Select the Sales Jet funnel you want this page to be used in. This should be the funnel you were in when you clicked the "Create new page" button.
  2. Page Title Internal - This name will be displayed in the search engines and will be visible to users in some places, so be sure to name the page appropriately. Some examples are: Webinar 2020, Online Store, Delivery Service, etc.
  3. Description - This is the page description which will be displayed by default on search engines. To add additional descriptions, you will need to go to the page SEO settings.
  4. Page Address - Here you can specify an address for the page. You can leave the field empty to use only the domain, or you may add an additional address. You may only use letters, numbers, dashes "-" or underscore "_".

Click "Create Page". The page is now created and will be added to the page list.

Manage Pages

Inside the funnel you will see a chart of pages created. Each page's data is contained in a section: the name of the page, a description, a public link (the address of the page), and an image field (if no image shows here then you have not added an image to your page). You will also see an additional menu for the page along the bottom:

  • Page Flow - This is where you set up the customer trigger events and subsequent action steps after someone fills out a form on your page.
  • General settings - Here you can edit the page parameters (name, description, address).
  • SEO settings - In this section, you can add a page title and website description optimized for search engines, as well as targeted keywords.

Along the bottom right of the page section are a set of action buttons:

  • Design - Opens a page builder in which you can select a page style, write text, set images and feedback forms from a client.
  • View - Opens the page in a separate tab to view as a user would.
  • Publish - After clicking this button, the page will be available to users for viewing, ordering, purchasing, etc. Once the page is published this button will become "Unpublish" where you can remove the page so it is no longer visible.
  • Additional button on the far right - copy or delete page.

Next, let's proceed to designing your web page by clicking the "Design" button.

For more information on how to design a web page, see the "Page Editor".