Hello,my friend, I hope you are enjoying DotcomPal. In this help guide, we will understand about the DotcomPal Editor.
I am here on my page section, to understand the Editor, I will create a new page, so let’s click on this New Page button.
Now, enter a name for page and click on create button.
On the next page, you can see the templates gallery you can select a template to edit or you can choose from your creation or you can always start from scratch to build your own page.
You can select the template from gallery or select from your previously created templates.
Friend, when you will create your own page from scratch, mark my words, you will then feel the real power of DotcomPal.
For now, I am selecting creating from scratch. I need to show you a lot here.
So, this is the DotcomPal Editor My Friend. You will see many features here that will be helpful to build a beautiful page for your business.
This is the Header part of the Editor here which I will explain you in this Doc.
First, let’s check this settings gear icon.
Before creating the page, you can define a couple of settings here.
Suppose if you are creating this page for a certain conversion goal, this will help you to measure the performance of your page.
You can select the options like Sale, Lead Acquisition, Link Clicks, and Share Count.
By default, Lead Acquisition is already selected, but you can change the goal as per your requirements.
You can set the Acquired Lead Score to prioritize leads from this template.
Let say if you set the lead score to 20, then all leads generated by this page, will show a high lead score in the analytics report, so it will be helpful for you to distinguish the leads from your all leads, so that you can focus on the prioritize leads for more conversion.
If you select the Sales goal, then it will generate a pixel for you. You can put this pixel code in your success URL, it could be a thank you page after your sale or could be any kind of Upsell page after the sale.
This code will help you to measure the accurate sales report. If you are putting any buy link on this page, and want to measure the sales, then this pixel will help you to get the exact report of the sales, this is how it will measure the conversion of the page.
You can also put a sale value to distinguish it.
The next conversion goal option is Link Clicks, if you are creating a promotional template, to redirect the visitors to your other page or website or any URL, and want to get the analytics report for this, you can set this goal.
Once the visitors click on that link, you will see get the conversion report for that.
Next option is Share Count.
Fellow, if you set this conversion goal, it will provide you the analytics of sharing this page on social media.
You can check this box for lead acquisition and share count conversion goals to update this setting on all the analytics.
Let’s move forward, the next setting here is Google analytics.
Here you can put the Google Analytics Tracking Code to get the complete analytics of this page on your Google analytics account.
Next option is a Facebook remarketing pixel you can enter the Facebook Remarketing Tracking Code here.
It will help you to remarket your page advertisement for a visitor.
Suppose if some people have visited your page, and then they left, once they will log in to their Facebook account, they will see the ad for your page.
So, my friends, this is how you can use the Facebook pixel code to remarket your page.
If you want to put any third-party analytics code, for example, from WebEngage or HubSpot, you put it here.
Also, if you want to put any notification code etc. you can put it here.
The next setting here is SEO.
You can set the Page Title you can put the Keywords for search.
You can type the Meta Description. After setting this up, you can set the favicon for your page. You can upload one from your files or upload it from your computer.
You can also set the Robots Meta No Index and Robots Meta No follow.
My friends, we recommend you to not to check the Robots Meta No Index and Robots Meta No follow, as you do so, your page will no longer be indexed or followed by the search engine.
Next setting is Cookie Consent. If you want to publish cookies consent on your page, then you can sue this toggle button to turn it on or off.
You can also check the restore version of your page here.
Once you done with these all settings, you can save it from here.
Alright friends let’s understand this header bar now.
If you want to change the name of this page, you can do that here. Just rename it and then save it from this button.
This is the button to watch all the Doc of the Dotcompal editor series, you can watch one by one.
My friend, as your audience might see this page on their computers as well as on mobile phones, so you can have a preview here to take a look.
Undo Redo buttons are also there to help you with your work.
If you want, you can save this current page, as a template, so, from the next time, when you will go to create a new page, you will this in ‘From my templates’ section, so that you will just take this one to edit for the new page.
While editing this page, you can save it as a draft too, if you don’t want to publish it right now. By saving it in the draft will save all the changes and you can again edit this page from the place where you left.
You can use this preview button to preview the page.
Once you done with all the editing of your page, then you can go to save and next.
So, my friends, this was all about the Header part of the DotcomPal Editor.
I have explained the remaining elements in the other help guide.
Thank you for your time. I hope this was helpful.