Pop-up or landing page form - fist time visit and gatedSOLVE
Apr 20, 2020 6:06 PM
I want to gate a piece of content...BUT...I only want people to see and fill out the form if they are a visitor.
The first time I go to a page for a calculator, a full-screen pop-up appears since I am a visitor. It tells me that I can use the free calculator as often as I want, but I need to register first. So, I register using the form and then have access to the calculator. The next day I go to the page, and it immediately opens to the calculator.
LANDING PAGE ISSUE
The landing page with a form will have it, so I have to submit the form every time I go to the page to access the content. I do not want to have to send an email or share the content page (calculator) URL so people can circumvent completing the form for each additional time they want to access it.
POP-UP FORM ISSUE
The pop-up form triggers only allows the pop-ups o 50% scroll, on exit, and after 7+ seconds.
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Apr 21, 2020 8:29 AM
I think this can be done with smart content on your landing page by using a rich text module.
To do this, you can use "List Membership" as your smart rule for your rich text module.
- When a contact fills out a form to gain access to your Calculator, add them to this List A > Use "List A" as your smart rule.
- Here's more information on how to set up smart content.
If a visitor is part of List A, you can configure the source code of your rich-text module to show your calculator.
If the visitor is not part of List A, you can configure the rich-text module to show your form by adding your form into the source code of your rich text module.
I've configured my form embed code so that it will automatically redirect back to the same page after five seconds -- giving enough time for the system to process the form submission and add your visitor to List A. (See screenshot)
Here's a link to the sample page that I created that you can test out if you'd like.
With this set up, as long as the visitor is cookied, they won't have to fill out the form over and over again if they'd like to access your calculator. On the other hand, visitors who haven't been cookied won't be able to access your calculator even if they have a link to the page. 🙂