Big words aside, let’s dive right in and learn what a Page Lead is:
What is a Page Lead? ↩
A Page Lead is like a feature box that is already styled for you. Marketers Delight comes with 6 built-in Page Leads (as of 2.2) and all serve specific purposes, but with one thing in common:
They’re easy for you to add content to.
You can easily build stunning optin forms, pricing tables, columns and more with these Page Leads.
You can see a video of me showing off the Page Leads feature in the “What’s new in Marketers Delight 2.2” video.
Adding content to Page Leads is just like writing to a new post in WordPress. You can use all the same heading tags, bulleted lists, buttons and more.
How to Activate a Page Lead ↩Activating a Page Lead in Marketers Delight is very simple.
To get started, login to your WordPress admin panel and navigate to Pages → Add New. Once you’re on your editing screen, check to the side and look for a new meta box that says Marketers Delight.
This houses all your Page Leads.
Click any option to enable a Page Lead. Upon clicking, you will see a new meta box appear onto the left. For this example, I checked the “Full Lead.”
You can scroll through and toggle these options on/off, depending on which Lead you want to use. Without even refreshing the page!
Once you activate your Page Lead, you can go ahead and add some content, save it, and check your page out with your new Page Lead enabled!
Useful Tips for Using Page Leads ↩
- You can switch back and forth between Page Leads without ever losing data. So, if you wanted to replace an Orb Lead with a Table Lead and change it back later, you’ll be able to without having to reenter any content.
- Writing content to a Page Lead is just like writing content to a post. You can use familiar tags like
<h3>to create headings, bulleted lists, buttons, etc. There’s just not toolbar to help you.
- PROTIP: If you have trouble writing HTML or would rather have the guidance of the WordPress post editor to help your format your text, write your Page Lead content inside the post editor, THEN copy and paste it into your Page Lead.
- As of 2.2, you cannot use shortcodes in Page Leads. So, you have to use HTML. If you wanted to create a button, you can use its HTML version:
<a href="#linkhere" class="red button">Link text here!</a>.