Using the simple approach outlined in this video, you can easily have delayed content on your website. (So in other words, it’s content that shows up after the user has been viewing the page for a certain amount of time.)
If you use Drip for email marketing automation, you might have experience with their “?dst” url parameter. If you don’t, it’s basically a way for you to add instructions to Drip in your URL to apply a tag to someone if they end up opting in. It’s an incredibly useful way to track lead sources, without […]Read More +
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