Are you interested in creating a tag for a button on a web page hosted on a third-party site? Do you need a way to track the site’s referring traffic?
If so, then you’ve come to the right place! In this article, we’ll discuss exactly how to do that.
How to Create a Tag in AWeber for a ClickFunnels Button
To create a tag in AWeber for a ClickFunnels button, you need to do three things.
First, you need to make sure that your button is linked to a URL that begins with https://tag.clickfunnels.com/. When someone clicks this button on a website, they will be taken to the Tag page for that site.
Second, you need to add a name for your tag. For example, if you want to create a tag for the Facebook Like button, you would type fblike into the Name field on the Tag page.
Third, you need to add content to the Tag page. For the Facebook Like button, you would enter fblike into the Content field on the Tag page. When someone clicks the Facebook Like button on a website, they will be taken to the Tag page for that site, where they will see content related to what they’re interested in (in this case, Facebook).
If you followed these steps, you have successfully created a tag in AWeber for a ClickFunnels button.
Why Should You Create a Tag in AWeber for a ClickFunnels Button?
It’s fairly obvious why you would want to create a tag in AWeber for a ClickFunnels button. Your marketing efforts will be much more effective if you can track the traffic that is generated by your promotions. To learn more, read this blog post from the ClickFunnels team.
One of the major elements of their strategy is A/B testing. They believe in testing various marketing and messaging approaches, and comparing conversion rates between different versions of a web page or campaign.
By creating a tag in AWeber for a ClickFunnels button, you are essentially creating a place for A/B testing. When you make a change to the web page, and want to know how it will perform, you can simply look up the conversion rates for the original and revised versions of the page.
Another great thing about tags is the ability to group them. If you’ve ever looked at your own stats, you’ll know that you can group your conversion events by the referring URL. This is extremely handy for analyzing the effectiveness of different marketing campaigns, or for getting an idea of how a change in one area of a website affects the whole site’s performance. You can also create custom filters, so you can track the effectiveness of a certain campaign, or section of a website, based on different variables (e.g., time of day, day of week, device, etc.).
Is This All There Is To Creating A Tag In AWeber For a ClickFunnels Button?
Nope! There’s a lot more you can do with tags once you know how to use them. It’s very easy to make a blog post go viral, get thousands of shares, and gain hundreds of thousands of views, simply by tagging it with popular tags related to the content (e.g., viral, blog, marketing, etc.).
To do this, all you need to do is enter the name of the blog post into the Content field on the Tag page. Then, copy and paste one or two of the tags from the blog post into the Tag field on the page. Easy peasy!
Let’s say, for example, that you are writing a blog post about digital marketing. You could create a tag called digitalmarketing (it’s a good tag for any niche), and enter the URL of your blog post, along with the word blog (this is the default content for when you don’t enter anything into the Content field).
Now, whenever someone clicks on that particular tag, they will see a list of all the articles related to their interest (in this case, digital marketing), along with a small image next to the article’s title.
If you want, you can click the link next to the article’s title, and it will take you to the full article. Pretty cool, huh? This is just one of the many different ways that tags can be used, to gain better insight into a subject, or to simply find relevant content more easily (hint: it’s very easy to find the article you’re looking for, simply by entering a keyword or two into the Tag field).
Using Tags To Your Advantage
The key thing about tags is that they are free. This means that you have absolutely no obligation to use them, or to promote a product or service that is associated with them. You can create tags for almost any product or service, regardless of whether you’re a commercial entity, or an individual operating a personal blog. (In most cases, you’ll see both commercial and noncommercial entities creating tags. It’s all about the reach of your efforts.)
This complete lack of restrictions makes tags extremely valuable, for a number of reasons. First, you can create numerous tags, for all the various platforms and devices that you use (e.g., mobile phones, tablets, laptops, etc.).
Second, you can associate your tags with any kind of content, be it articles, photos, or videos (in fact, AWeber offers a lot of flexibility when it comes to the content that can be linked to a tag).
Third, you can use tags to your advantage, by entering a keyword or two, into the Tag field, and then following up with an optional link to a web page, blog post, or an image (in the case of an image, it can be either a URL, or an image itself).
This is extremely effective for attracting the right audience (e.g., commercial or noncommercial entities, based on the type of content that you’re linking to), as well as offering potential customers the ability to find the product, service, or content that they’re looking for more easily. This is important, because it means that your target audience is actually reading the content that you’re promoting (rather than just skimming the surface, to get a feeling for the topic).
How Do You Delete A Tag In AWeber?
To delete a tag in AWeber, simply enter the name of the tag, into the Content field, and press the Delete button.
This will remove the tag from the page, along with any content that was previously associated with it. You can re-use the tag name, to create a new tag, with different content.
As we mentioned above, tags can be used for A/B testing. If you’ve ever done any A/B testing, then you know exactly what we mean when we say that creating a tag, and then using it, is a quick and easy way to make a change, and see how that affects the results of an experiment.
Wrapping It Up
Like we mentioned above, tags are very flexible. This means that you have a lot of freedom, when it comes to using them, and creating them for various platforms, websites, or applications. The sky is the limit, when it comes to the different ways that you can use tags to gain better insight into your content, and to make your work easier (and less stressful).
This is why, in most cases, you’ll see both commercial and noncommercial entities creating tags. To effectively promote your product or service, it’s extremely important to analyze the types of people, blogs, and websites, that are associated with the tag, to get a better idea of how to approach your marketing efforts.
If you found this article valuable, then please read our guide to AWeber, where we discuss the various features, and how to effectively use this platform.