If you have content on your website but you want to control who can access it, an embedded survey is a great way of putting a gate between the user and the content. By using a survey, a visitor to your website will need to first enter their details into the survey to access what’s behind it. You can set limits in Send so that certain domains, such as a personal email address, or competitors, can’t submit the survey.
For further security, you can set the survey so the responder has to confirm their email address before they view the content so that you know they haven’t put in any fake details.
View the video above for more information about how to use embedded surveys for gated content. For another example of how you can use an embedded survey, click here.
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