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Setup Guide for Hot Pages
Setup Guide for Hot Pages
Updated over a week ago

RB2B's Hot Pages feature is only available for RB2B Pro users.

With RB2B's Hot Pages, you can effortlessly keep track of visitors to your most important pages. Simply set up a Hot Page, and voilà! Anyone who visits is automatically tagged. You can quickly spot these visitors under the Profiles tab in your dashboard, making it easier than ever to understand who’s engaging with your key content.

How to Set Up Hot Pages

To set up RB2B Hot Pages, first click on the Hot pages link in your dashboard menu. Then click the + Add page button at the top right to add a page.

Adding a single page at a time, enter the URL or keyword within a page URL that you wish to identify as a Hot Page. Once entered, click Confirm to save the value.

The value acts as a contains variable. Please refer to the table below for best practices and examples.

Users are not tagged as having visited a Hot Page retroactively and will only be tagged on visits to the page after it is defined as a Hot Page.

RB2B Hot Pages Best Practices and Examples

Example Value

Expected Behaviour

pricing

Any URL on your website that contains 'pricing' in any URL segment will be flagged as a Hot Page.

/pricing

Any URL on your website that contains exactly '/pricing' in any URL segment will be flagged as a Hot Page.

Note that it will only function with that exact string.

/products/rb2b

Any URL on your website that contains exactly '/products/rb2b' anywhere in the URL will be flagged as a Hot Page.

Note that it will only function with that exact string.

utm_source=google

Any URL on your website that contains 'utm_source=google' in any segment of a query string will be flagged as a Hot Page.

?utm_source=google

Any URL on your website that contains exactly '?utm_source=google' as the start of a query string will be flagged as a Hot Page.

Note that it will only function with that exact string.

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