How do I gate something on a landing page?

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catiesinc
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So i've been a paid user for some time making lots of landing pages with forms and blog subscription forms; however, I have an image / list that I'd like to put on a landing page and you can only see it if you fill out a basic form, so that we can use these for lead follow ups.  Is this possible?  If so - HELP!  If not, what do you recommend for capturing information from visitors?

 

We use the password sites for other things but don't want to give that out...

 

Thanks!

Catie

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Phil_Vallender
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Most Valuable Member | Diamond Partner

Hi @catiesinc

 

If you want a peice of content to be gated behind a form but visible on the same page after submission then you will need to include that content, or a link to it, in the inline thank you message which you can configure in the form settings. More info here (see Display an Inline Thank you Message): How do I link to a PDF after a visitor submits a form on my landing page?

 

Hope this helps.

Phil Vallender | Inbound marketing for B2B technology companies

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Phil_Vallender
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Most Valuable Member | Diamond Partner

Hi @catiesinc

 

If you want a peice of content to be gated behind a form but visible on the same page after submission then you will need to include that content, or a link to it, in the inline thank you message which you can configure in the form settings. More info here (see Display an Inline Thank you Message): How do I link to a PDF after a visitor submits a form on my landing page?

 

Hope this helps.

Phil Vallender | Inbound marketing for B2B technology companies

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roisinkirby
HubSpot Product Team

Great question @catiesinc, and thank you for the answer @Phil_Vallender!

 

I previously worked with a customer who set up Workflow which would send a password to contacts who submitted their details on a form. This password could then be used to access a page/content using HubSpot's password protected feature. Find out more here

 

This was a great workflow for the customer I was working with at the time (two years ag now), but I'd be interested in both of your thoughts on this suggestion. 

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