Registration page


The first step in the registration process is the registration page. Here, you’ll end up automatically after creating your webinar.


Edit registration page

Click on your webinar > "Edit webinar" > "Registration" > "Registration page".

 

Click on the orange button "Edit registration page" to go to the page editor. This is an important step: on the registration page, people will decide if they’d like to register for your webinar or not.

You can redesign the registration page for your corporate identity. Create a catchy title, provide an accurate description, add a biography for the host including a photo and location, and wow your audience with an introductory video.

Check out our Academy video here on how to create a successful registration page.


Edit link to the registration page

The system auto-generates a link for the registration page based on the title of the webinar. You have the option to change this manually.

Click on your webinar > "Edit webinar" > "Registration" > "Registration page".

Click on the pencil icon next to the link and click "OK".

You’re able to change the part of the URL after https://subdomain.webinargeek.com/[...]. Next, click on "Save" or "Cancel".

Note! The old link will be inactive after the change.

The link to the registration page is only active after you published the webinar.


Custom registration links

When you start promoting your webinar in different locations, you obviously would like to know who registered using which promotional channel. Using custom registration links you can start measuring where the registrations are coming from.

Click on your webinar > "Edit webinar" > "Registration" > "Registration page".

Create a custom registration link by clicking ‘Turn on’. Enter a unique link name, e.g. Facebook, LinkedIn, summer-campaign and click ‘Generate’.

A new registration link will be created. Copy it and promote it using the appropriate channels.

Click on ‘Add custom link’ to generate another link.

In the webinar 'statistics' you can check per individual registration who registered using which link. Here you’ll find more information about this.

The .CSV file will also have an added column titled: 'Custom registration link'.

You can also use custom registration links for an embed form, read more about how this works here.

SEO Settings

Optimizing your registration page typically starts with choosing the right meta title and meta description. With the SEO settings, you can precisely set how your page is displayed in the search results.

Click on your webinar > "Edit webinar" > "Registration" > "Registration page".

We automatically set the meta title, meta description, and image-based on your registration page. For this, we typically use the title of the registration page, the description on the bottom left of your registration page and the image on the bottom left of your registration page.

Click on "Adjust SEO settings" to adjust this or to disable indexing. For the "Title meta tag" use between 30 and 60 characters for an optimal result.

And for the "Description meta tag" between 70 and 155 characters for optimal results. The ideal image size is 1200 X 1200 pixels. Each platform is reduced in size and cut to a different size. You lose the least quality with a square image.

Please note! The SEO settings are not available in every plan, please refer to the pricing page for this.

Disable indexing

As soon as the registration page is published on the internet (eg Facebook, your website) it can be indexed by search engines like Google. You can instantly turn this off, so your registration page will not appear in the search engines. To achieve this, check the box at the bottom.

Social media platforms (Facebook) use old photos/text

Facebook and other social platforms "remember correctly" the data shared with the links. If you want to share the same link, later on, Facebook will load the information that it has previously saved for a certain link.

You can "tell" Facebook that your link contains new information by entering the link you want to share here.

Enter the link, click on 'Debug' and then click on 'Scrape again' in the overview with information. Facebook will then reload and save the information associated with that link such as the image. From that moment, you can share the link again on Facebook and it will contain the updated image.

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