A weather landing page includes a special form that, once submitted, presents to the user an extreme weather report detailing the most recent weather events to affect the specified address. The weather report will look similar to the one below, encouraging the user to take the next step of scheduling an inspection.
To create a weather landing page, you'll simply create a new site page using the settings described below.
1. Go to Site Content > Pages
After logging into your LISA platform, navigate to Site Content > Pages. (Please note that you must be a LISA admin user with the Content Manager role to access this section of the admin.)
2. Create a New Page
From the Pages list, click the three dots in the upper right and then click "Add Page."
If you'd like to edit an existing page and turn it into a weather landing page, you can do that, too. Simply click on it and follow the rest of the steps below.
3. Choose the Weather Page Template
Under the Content section at the top of the page editing options, be sure to choose one of these two Page Templates: _D_HeroPagePPCWeather or _D_2ColumnPPCWeather.
As the template names imply, the hero version has a large image at the top of the page, while the two-column template looks more like a standard site page.
4. Choose the Weather Landing Page
Under the section for Form Result, choose the following Landing Page: /thank-you/quote-thank-you-weather/.
In this section, you can also choose which email template will be sent to the customer and the company. Learn more about email templates here.
5. Fill in the Rest of the Page
Once you've chosen the correct page template (step 3) and the correct landing page (step 4), the rest of the page settings can be customized however you'd like.
Simply expand and collapse the sections shown below to see all of the options available and to make the individual customizations you desire.
For more guidance, please refer to our article on page editing options.
6. Save Your Changes
Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click Save to save your changes.