- Which modules support smart content?
- How do I know where I've placed my smart content in HubSpot?
- Can I use more than one criteria type per smart module?
- Is there a limit on how many rules I can have per smart module?
- Can I put a smart CTA into a smart rich text module?
- Can I use smart content on a thank you page?
- Should I use smart content in a blog post?
- How can I test my smart content so I know it's set up the way I want it?
- Can I use smart content on my external website?
- How does HubSpot smart content know what referral source my visitor is coming from?
Rich text, HTML, CTA, and form modules support smart content.
Modules with smart content will have the smart content icon replace on them. You can see this on the module in the design manager or from within the content editor.
No. When you make a module smart, you will only be able to choose one type of criteria. For example, if you choose to make a rich text module smart and base your smart rules around visitors' list membership, you can't also decide to set rules based on device within that same module.
Using smart content in a blog post is not best practice; each blog post you write should answer a question for one particular audience. Smart content in your blog could be misleading to RSS readers and could harm your SEO.
After you set up your smart content in HubSpot, you can navigate to your page or email and preview the smart content as if you were one of your website visitors or email recipients.
You can use smart CTAs on any external website pages you have. You won't be able to use smart text, forms, or HTML modules on your external website pages.
For a smart CTA to work as expected:
- Your external website must have the HubSpot tracking code installed and firing.
- The CTA's embed code must not be stripped by the external CMS/page.
- If you're using multiple external subdomains, you'll need to add them to be tracked in your additional site domains and make sure to toggle the Automatic cross-domain linking switch ON. This needs to be enabled so HubSpot can recognize these visitors as the same person across subdomains.
HubSpot uses what is called the referrer, which is information that is passed along when someone clicks on a link from another website to your website. The referrer is the original site that contained the link to your website.