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How to Escalate Website Forms and Simple Panels

Forma And Panel escalation is a component of the large Conditional Content framework that underpins your mortgage broker website and finance funnels. Basic conditional content features are introduced in an FAQ titled The Basics of Conditional Content and Interest Types, while advanced methods are addressed individually. One of the simplest conditional options to employ in your website early on in your marketing efforts is the forma and panel escalation features that presents a new form to a user if they've already subscribed to one particular form. This FAQ will introduce how the form and panel escalation feature is used.

You already know that a relevant escalation of commitment is the foundation of a funnel. Your funnel and website pathways should shape themselves around the known behaviours and borrowing objectives of your funnel participants, and part of this comes from showing content to a user that they're actually interested in seeing, or showing new content to a user when older integration-based content has 'expired'. There is no use showing a user a form when they've already downloaded or subscribed to an offer, so the form and panel escalation feature will show a new form in its place.

Creating Subscription Forms: An FAQ titled "How to Create a Website Form and Assign Automation" details how to create a form and assign relevant automation.

Creating Simple Panels: An FAQ titled "How to Create a Simple Panel" shows how to create a Simple Panel.

Integration with Landing Pages: It doesn't need to be said: every page on your website is a 'type' of landing page, and every page requires a conversion. A form or panel will exist on every page of your website. Forms on landing pages are a purpose form and will not escalate (they're a fixed resource), but if the form exists elsewhere on your website the escalation will apply. This landing page integration is an essential funnel feature.

Front Page Simple Panel: An FAQ titled "How to Change the Front Page Simple Panel" shows how o define the primary Simple Panel conversion form on the front page of your website. This form will apply escalation - so it cycles new form content when a user engages or downloads the offer - but it will also vertically escalate, meaning that new starting forms are shown based on the borrowing objective of the user. Since the borrowing objective can be forced, the first form the user is shown will be relevant. We will show known First Home Buyers a FHB form, an Investor an Investor offer, and so on. The primary purpose of the conditional module is orientated around showing content based on resolving borrowing objective (horizonal escalation), but the vertical escalation is applied to assets within a siloed or resolved borrowing objective. Sound confusing? The conditional features are introduced in other modules, and there's a number of discussion-based videos where we discuss how the features are used.

The funnel is designed to apply pressure on a user journey, and unlike your competitors, you're able to deliver the nested relevance that maintains engagement and has your funnel participants willingly return to your crafted funnel experience.

The Conditional Content components built into your website are significant, and many of the features are reserved for advanced users. Others, such as much of the front page conditional content blocks, and that of the form escalation, are easy to use and simply to apply.

  Locating the Form Escalation Panels

The Conditional Content module is found by selecting the 'Funnel' icon within the website module. The icon is small... but the features that it exposes are significant.

Conditional Form Panel Escalation Navigation

  Pictured: The Conditional Content module is found by selecting the 'Funnel' icon within the website module. The icon is small... but the features that it exposes are significant.

Selecting the menu option returns the options for form escalation and panel escalation (remember, a panel, or Simple Panel, is simply a side-by-side form.

  Applying Form Escalation

The method of escalating the single-column forms and the Simple Panel are identical, so we'll look at escalating just the form.

You should first select your website, the first form that is shown in the sequence, and then drag and drop additional forms into the order in which they should be shown. Those forms that are part of the switch should have their toggle switch enabled.

Conditional Form Escalation Example

  Pictured: You should first select your website, the first form that is shown in the sequence, and then drag and drop additional forms into the order in which they should be shown. Those forms that are part of the switch should have their toggle switch enabled. When you 'Save' your profile the data is updated on your website immediately and the escalation will apply as defined.

When you 'Save' your profile the data is updated on your website immediately and the escalation will apply as defined.

The escalation features are incredibly powerful

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  Related Form FAQs

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Front Page Simple Panel
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  Conditional Content FAQs

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Forma And Panel escalation is a component of the large Conditional Content framework that underpins your mortgage broker website and finance funnels. Basic conditional content features are introduced in an FAQ titled The Basics of Conditional Content and Interest Types, while advanced methods are addressed individually. One of the simplest conditional options to employ… [ Learn More ]

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