Here's a short video on how to add content to your website.

Creating A Page

Top Reasons why people leave your page

1. There was no clear call-to-action.
2. The content was irrelevant.
3. Your visitor could not find what they were searching for.
4. You’re sending paid traffic to your homepage ( Income Activator does NOT allow you to use Paid For Email Lists, you can get Blacklisted).
5. Popup windows and chatbots were a nuisance ( Income Activator does NOT provide Popup Windows & Chatbots for this reason).

To create content, a quick way is using Chat JPT - It's free, and you just tell it what you want it to rwite for you.

Our editor and website platform is continuously being updated.

This video may not reflect exactly how the back door of your website looks, but the general outline described still applies.

Below are screen shots with more detail, and useful tips. Included are related help pages and additional features.


1.  You should always check to see what your website pages look like through other Internet browsers. Download Firefox Browser / Download Chrome Browser

  If for some reason your content is not viewing properly, we suggest you delete all formatting of the page you're working on. You can then reformat or simply start a new page. If problems persist reboot your computer, and start a new page.
3. The content size, font and placement does not appear the same in your Content Editor as it does on your website page. After you save your page, always click on the View link to make sure your page looks the way you want it to look.
4. There are many functions your page can do at one time. When you want to do something 'click' on the Save, Go, Submit or Continue Buttons. Do Not just click on your 'ENTER' key. Your Content Manager will not know what action you're requesting.
5.  Do not copy content from an outside source to your Content Editor without entering it to the Text Cleanser box below your content editor. By entering the text into your Text Cleanser, formatting issues that may corrupt your page will be removed. However, if you're lucky, just copying over sometimes works. However, if it doesn't you'll need to get someone that knows how to program HTML to make the page look good to your visitors. 

Resources: Here are some webmaster's that may be able to help out, click here.

What A Page Looks Like

Here's an example of what a page will look like on your website with only content on it.

Your Page Title shows up below your Menu Bar. "My New Page About Dogs".

If you do not adjust your font and size, your font will be in Lato and your size will be in 17 point type.

If you change fonts, and want to return back to Lato, highlight your text, and use the Eraser Tool in your content editor. 



Creating A New Page

To create a new page on your website click on the 'Create A Page' tab on the top blue menu bar and click on 'Website Page' in the drop down menu.

The YELLOW section at the top of every page in your content editor will tell you what you can do, how to do it , and provide links to help pages.

Helpful Hints:  Mouse over the question mark explains and links you to an explanation of that field.

Text Cleanser:  If you have content written in Word or another program, paste your content into this box before pasting into the content editor.

1.  Keyword Phrase: This is the main keyword phrase that this page is focused on. If you use words that no one is searching for, your website will not be displayed for online searches.

To find search terms that people are searching for online, click on the 'Search' link to use the Google Keyword Tool. 

To see how to do keyword research, click here.

What you enter into this box will go into your META Keyword tag, to view more about your source code, click here.

2. Your Menu Title will appear as a tab on the top Menu bar of your Website. Use 5 words or less. Here's an example.

Menu Title At The Bottom Of Your Page: You can also show your Menu Title on your bottom menu bar by clicking on the white tab entitled Advance Settings, and where it says Menu Title Placement selecting 'Bottom' from the drop down menu and click on Save.

3. Your Page Title will appear above your Page content. Here's an example.

Tip: Check off 'Hide A Page' to hide it from visitors while you work on it.

4. Type in your Page Content into the Content Editor. The way your page looks in your Content Editor may not be the way it will look like on your website. You may need to tweak it several times to get the spacing you want.

5. Save & Exit: When you click the 'Save & Exit' button the fields will clear so you can create another page.

Tip:  Saving Your Work: 
 Click the 'Save' button to save your work. Your page will remain in the Content Editor for you to continue working on it. There's no automatic save function, so save your page regularly. Try to save your page every 10 minutes. 

Viewing Your Page

1. Changes Saves:  This green message lets you know your page has been saved.

2. View Link: Your page will appear in your page index to the right once you save it. Click on the 'View' link to view the page on your website (just as your visitors see it).

Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

Your Page Title should describe what your page is about to both your visitors and the search engines, like Google, Yahoo, and Bing.
1.  Google Keyword Tool: This is a link to the Google Keyword Tool. Here's where you enter in your 'Titles' and 'Page Description' to make sure that the Keywords you are using are being searched for online. If no one is searching for the 'Titles' you are using, look to the related keywords that come up, and see if there's something stronger you can use.

To see how to use the Keyword Planner, click here.

2.   Describe Your Page For Online Searches: Here's how to describe your page to the Search Engines so they are indexed, and show up in the search results. 

  Google Search Result Example: This is what the Google Search Results show when matching a website page to an online search.
Here's an 

 Creating A Sub Page

You can create sub pages under any of your pages.

Sub pages can be used to list related pages and content related to the main menu title.

They will appear under your menu title in a dropdown menu.

You can create unlimited sub pages, and even create sub sub pages.

To see how to show links to your sub pages click here.

To create a sub page follow the below steps.

1.  Adding Sub Pages:  Click on the 'Add Sub Pages' link beside the page you want to create a sub page under.

1.  You can see what page you're making your sub page under here.

2.  You can see the page title of the main page here.

3.  You can see the menu title that this sub page will fall under.

4.  Click this link to view the sitemap of all your pages.

5.  The sub pages that you create will appear here. To exit out of this sub page area, click on the top menu 'Home'. This will return you to all of your main website pages.

6.  Enter your menu title, page title, and content for your sub page. Then click 'Save' or 'Save & Exit' to save your sub page.

White Tabs & Embedding A Website

1. Page Content:  Allows you to edit your page titles and content.

2. Advanced Settings: Allows you to add features, and change settings for your page. To see how to use it, click here.

3. Attach Forms / Albums:  Allows you to attach forms, and photo albums to your page. To see how to use it, click here.
4. Comments:  Allows you to activate visitor comments on this page as well as view the comments posted on this page.
To see how to use it, click here.
Embed A Website
You can also embed another website into a page or pages in your website. To see how, click here.

 Your Page In Your Content Editor Can Look Different Then It Does On Your Website

When you're creating the page, it will not always look exactly like it does in your Content Editor.

You will have to tweak it to make it look the way you want to by making a change, saving it, and then clicking on the View link.

Below shows an example of how different a page can look in the Content Editor compared to the way it appears on your website page.

The arrows show you how differently the text lines up in the Content Management box to the website page.

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