Landing pages

Create a custom page to share your tracks

Background

Instruqt landing pages help your product reach your audience and generate leads. Landing pages enable education and marketing teams to:

  • Quickly and easily create custom styled landing pages using your brand colours and company logo to share your tracks.

  • Add your Instruqt content behind a form to collect user information.

  • Adjust SEO options to help index your tracks in search engines (or to exclude them from search results).

  • Obtain information to better qualify leads based on hands-on interaction metrics in our reports, filtered per page.

Landing page settings and content

Page publishing details

Landing page URLs are customizable, and availability can be adjusted to control content access. You can also limit the number of plays per user, per track.

  • Page Path: company.instruqt.com/pages/{your-page} - Choose the URL that best fits your needs.

  • Automatically Unpublish: Set a time for the page to become unavailable to end users. This is useful for temporary landing pages, such as those used for events.

  • Limit Plays Per User: Prevent abuse and make the most of your budget by limiting the number of plays per track for each end user.

Content

  • Background and Text Colors: Set background and text colors to match your company branding or page theme.

  • Logo and Company Website: Add your company logo and website link.

  • Heading and Subtitle: Adjust the page text content to provide more detailed information to visitors.

  • Select Tracks: Choose which tracks will be displayed on the landing page and customize their thumbnails so visitors can have a complete overview of the content offered.

Compliance and SEO

  • Privacy Policy: Add your company's data privacy policy so your visitors know how their data will be used.

  • Terms and Conditions: If you have applicable terms and conditions, you can also add them here.

  • Metadata for Search Engines:

    • Title: The page title for the end user's browser. This title might be used by search engines.

    • Description: Use this tag to provide a short description of the page. In some situations, this description is used in the snippet shown in search results.

  • Robots Indexing: Select whether or not your landing page should appear in search engine (e.g., Google) results.

Learn more about how search engines use meta tags.

Forms

  • Choose to present users with a form before they interact with your Instruqt tracks. This form is the same one used in gated invites.

Create and publish a landing page

To create a landing page, follow the steps below:

  1. From the Content page, open Share Content and then Landing Pages from the left-side menu.

  2. On the Landing Pages list page, click the Create Landing Page button.

  3. Edit the form fields and content. All visible changes can be previewed in real time in the page editor. See Landing page settings and content for more information.

  4. To save your progress without making it live, click Save.

  5. Once you are ready to publish the landing page, click Save and Publish.

Published landing pages can be unpublished at any time from the Landing pages list page.

Delete or unpublish a landing page

To delete or unpublish a landing page, follow the steps below:

  1. From the Content page, open Share Content and then Landing Pages from the left-side menu.

Unpublished landing pages will remain visible by default in the list, displaying the status Not live.

Deleted landing pages can be viewed for historical reference by changing the page filter in the top left corner. They can also be restored if necessary using the ... button in the list.

Landing page status

StatusLogic (when)Definition (What)

Live

After the page is published.

The landing page is published and publicly accessible. All configurations and styling apply.

Not live

When the page is unpublished either manually or following the scheduled date and time for automatic unpublishing.

The page is not available to the public. End users trying to access it will be presented with the following message: "Sorry, this page is not available anymore."

Deleted

When a page is manually deleted.

The page is not available to the public and is not displayed in the landing pages list by default. End users trying to access it will be presented with the following message: "Sorry, this page is not available anymore."

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