Segment conditions: Pages viewed | RightMessage

Segment conditions: Pages viewed

If a visitor to your website visits a page with a specific page URL or path a certain number of times, RightMessage can use that as a condition in your segment for personalizations.

You can also select the number of times the content must be visited before the condition is met.

For example

  • when a person reaches the last lesson page in an online course, you can use RightMessage to show them a ‘Hi-Five’ message.

  • If a person visits a product or service page, you can use RightMessage to display an introductory offer or discount to tempt them to become a subscriber/customer.


Select a pages viewed option

Use the drop down provided to select an option for the type of page being viewed.


  • Landing Page: A specific URL on your website

  • Path:  A path on your website with a specific value.


Landing page

Use the drop down to select a keyword that will test the ‘truth’ of the Landing Page URL and whether it is true or false.


  1. Equals: The Landing Page URL equals a specific value

  2. Doesn’t equal: The Landing Page URL does not equal a specific value

  3. Contains: The Landing Page URLcontains a specific value

  4. Doesn’t contain: The Landing Page URLdoes not contain a specific value

  5. Starts With: The Landing Page URL value starts with something specific

  6. Ends With: The Landing Page URL value ends with something specific

  7. Wildcard Match: The Landing Page URL has a value that matches zero or more non-space characters, or one exact character. For Example: */blog/*

Add the value of the Landing Page URL to the field provided.



URL

Use the dropdown to select a keyword that will test the ‘truth’ of the URL path and whether it is true or false


  1. Equals: The URL path equals a specific value

  2. Doesn’t equal: The URL path  does not equal a specific value

  3. Contains: The URL path  contains a specific value

  4. Doesn’t contain: The URL path  does not contain a specific value

  5. Starts With: The URL path  value starts with something specific

  6. Ends With: The URL path  value ends with something specific

  7. Wildcard Match: The URL path  has a value that matches zero or more non-space characters, or one exact character. For Example - */blog/*

Add the value of the Page URL to the field provided.


Use the drop down to select the number of times the URL Path has been visited


Use the drop down provided to select the period that the URL path was visited: