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Add your Call To Action on almost any webpage.
Hopefully, you have already designed your Call to Action. In case you haven't, just follow the guide for designing a CTA.
Go to your dashboard or use this link.
Paste the link to target webpage, on which you want to apply your designed CTA.
Click the expand option next to the "Shorten" button.
Under the option "Redirect", select the CTA Overlay you designed already (remember to match the name).
Then click the "Shorten" button.
That's it, copy the shortened link or use the QR code generated in the system, and see your CTA in action.
We automatically create the summary page for the target webpage, in case it has iframe protection.
Before you go and start using Call-To-Action for driving traffic on other's content.
First we need to design the Call-To-Action.
This is done by selecting the "CTA Overlay" option from the sidebar in Incises.com dashboard or use this link.
Select the type of CTA you want to create.
Hint : Most common used options are CTA Message and CTA Coupon .
Give it a name, design it in any combination to suit your need and finally click the create button to save it.
Call to Action can be extremely beneficial depending on how you put them to use.
The problem, however, nowadays is, that most websites are using iframe blocks to ensure marketing experts cannot add a call to action on their content.
So, we at incises.com has come up with an innovative solution to this.
We create summary pages on the fly for the webpage you intended to add CTA on.
This creates a summarized version of the webpage and de-clutters the webpage at the same time. Making it more appealing to the target audience.
Hence, we are breaking the iframe. So that, you can continue driving traffic to your website based on others' content.
We provide a flexible range of Call-To-Action for variety of need.
And each provided option for Call-To-Action can be customized to suit your precise need.
The colors, text and layout can be adjusted to blend in with the target webpage.
Options available are :
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