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So you read the "Creating a MicroSite" article and now want to make your own, but you need a little inspiration. You've come to the right place! In this article you'll find images and text you can use to make this this tasty little MicroSite below. You can make the same one in your account as a way to test out our MicroSite builder.
Step 1: Download the three .jpg files attached to this article
They're at the bottom of this page.
Step 2: In Phy, navigate to the MicroSite section and click the green "New Microsite" button
Step 3: Use any of these ingredients while adding MicroSite Meta Information
As you go along, you can use your own images and copy, or use the images you just downloaded as well as any of the following text. Here's what we used in this section for metadata information for this particular MicroSite.
- MicroSite Name: SalsaPhy Specials
- MicroSite Title: Fresh today at SalsaPhy
- MicroSite Description: Spice up your tacos and nachos!
- MicroSite Favicon: Use the Favicon_Pepper.jpg file you downloaded.
- MicroSite Image: Use the Image_Garlic-Tomato.jpg file you downloaded.
- MicroSite Notes: This is some tasty metadata!
Step 4: Use any of these ingredients while building the MicroSite
Same for this next section. Use whatever you'd like. You can enter images and text in any order you want, and then move content blocks around as you'd like. Here's what we used:
- Add Headline: Here's what's fresh and fun today at SalsaPhy.
- Add Subheadline: Make your nachos happy.
- Add Image: Image_Tomatillo.jpg
- Add Paragraph: Fire-roasted tomatillo with jalapeno, sweet onion and lime. $3.50 for 8 oz. ORDER
- Add Image: Image_Garlic-Tomato.jpg
- Add Paragraph: Roasted garlic and tomato with mixed mild chilis, cilantro and lime. $3.50 for 8 oz. ORDER
- Add Image: Image_Queso.jpg
- Add Paragraph: Hatch pepper queso fundido. $4 for 8 oz. ORDER
Note that you can add hyperlinks to the copy. For example, the word "ORDER" could link to an e-commerce URL.
Step 5: Publish and then check your MicroSites library
If you're happy with what you built, save and publish it. It will be in your MicroSites library using the name you gave it.
Step 6: Use your MicroSite with new Destinations
MicroSites are small landing pages you can use as an alternative to using URLs for websites when you're creating New Destinations. So now, when you create your next Destination, you have the option to pick "MicroSite" as type of Destination. When you do that, you'll see your MicroSite as an option for the end destination. The meta information you added in the process above will be the default information for any destination you create with this MicroSite. You can override that default information with a CoverCard.
Here are the attachments