Is there such a thing as a conditional form on a landing page? (GDPR reason within the text)SOLVE
Apr 24, 2018 6:03 PM
Reason I ask is that it seems for GDPR reasons, it would be great to have someone come to a preliminary landing page, determine their country, and then send them to a GDPR compliant landing page if from Europe, and to a normal one if from anywhere else. Obviously what we are worried about is not creating a GDPR compliant landing page for Europeans (which is only 10% of our business), which is rather easy to do, but rather how extending these additional requirements will impact conversions for the rest of our business. Thus a page with some sort of a Europe/non European screen, routing to separate landing pages and then after conversion, back to a common asset delivery page. That make sense? It seems so simple that I'm surprised no on has raised it. Thanks.
Solved! Go to Solution.
Apr 24, 2018 11:16 PM - edited Feb 9, 2019 5:24 PM
Q: Is there such a thing as a conditional form on a landing page? (GDPR reason within the text)
Short A: Sure is.
That page uses Smart Rules to serve a different form to the UK than the one we see in the US. Here's what the UK form looks like (in case you don't want to fuss with a UK-proxy for testing). The UK form is GDPR-compliant while the US form is not.*
(*) Disclaimer: This example LP focuses on the GDPR-compliance of the form. The page as a whole may not be GDPR-compliant because it lacks clear and unambigous language explaining why the information is being collected.
Help answer your question? If so, remember to accept this solution now.
Author, the Perfect HubSpot Series
Help find posts quickly ... accept this solution now.