1. Choose the appearance of the widget that suits you the best: a button, a webform, a push notification or a pop-up.
2. You can add a widget in the form of a button. You just need to fill out the field “Button label”, choose the color, the on-screen location and the design – with rounded or plain corners. On the right side of the screen, you’ll see a preview of the button you just set up.
3. Then you need to specify the setting of the form your prospect will be filling out. Here you can change the header and the description text, add fields and a thank you message that your prospect will see once the form is submitted. You can choose the color of the text and the button, the text on the button that starts the audit, and what the button looks like.
4. You also have the option of placing the form to request an audit on your site right away. Just choose “Webform” from the available appearance styles of the widget. Then fill out all the fields as described above.
5. You can also set up a pop-up or push notification that would offer your visitors to run a free audit of their site. Again, just choose the corresponding appearance of the widget and fill out the required fields (refer to points 2 and 3).
6. Once the widget has been set up, you’ll see the HTML code of the widget displayed at the bottom of the page. To place a widget of your choice, just copy-paste the code to the page where you want the widget to appear. The code should be appropriately inserted inside the body of the block.