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How to setup Smart Journeys logic for your pages

How to setup Smart Journeys logic for your pages

 

The Kyvio-tag and the adaptive URL's are 2 different methods one can use to enforce the logic you have designed in your journey. Our system allows you to use the journey designer and enforce the logic no matter where your (funnel) pages are hosted!

 

The Kyvio tag

The Kyvio tag is a small piece of Javascript code that is placed in the web page's <HEAD>...</HEAD> section and executes in the background and checks if any actions need to be taken and if so does that. The Kyvio tag is the recommended and the most powerful solution to implement the Smart Journey logic. It gives you the most flexibility, it's easy to place and gives the most reliable functionality and a few features that Adaptive URL's can't offer.

The tag also works if you place it (at the bottom) before the </body> tag but it might result in a flash of your page content and then a redirect to another page if applicable. Hence we strongly recommend you to place it first thing just after the <head> openings tag before any other tags.

Note: if you are using Kyvio products (Smart Funnels, Smart Memberships, site builder) the tag will always be present and you do not have to worry about configuring it at all.

 

Placing the Kyvio tag manually:

How to place Kyvio tag on Clickfunnels

How to place Kyvio tag on Leadpages

How to place Kyvio tag on WordPress

How to place Kyvio tag on Wix

How to place Kyvio tag on BuilderAll

How to place Kyvio tag on Kartra

How to place Kyvio tag on InstaPage

 

Adaptive URL's

The Kyvio adaptive URL's are a backup solution to the Kyvio tag if for some reason you are not able to place the Kyvio tag in the <head> section of your (funnel) pages. Every page node in your journey will have a special unique adaptive URL and to make sure your conditions and actions are executed you will have to manually link your pages using these URLs.

Example 1:

If you have a Facebook ads traffic source node you need to use the adaptive URL of your first page node in your journeys after the traffic source node as the Facebook ad destination URL.

 

Example 2:

If you have a sales page → upsell page setup you will have to use the adaptive URL as the return (redirect) URL as set in the configuration of the payment platform you are using (e.g. Thrivecart)

Any Smart Journey 'condition nodes' that come before the page node URL from your adaptive URL will be executed and any 'action nodes' that come AFTER the page node URL will also be executed. So with this method you can completely configure your journey and implement the logic without the use of any javascript tag but you will have to pay close attention that you are using the correct adaptive URL's at the right places to make sure all works as expected.

 

If you need any help contact any of our Journey Experts support@kvsocial.com