1. Feature Overview
On your Landing Page, for form submission, you can now use Google reCAPTCHA instead of a number-based captcha. This will reduce spam submissions on your website.
- You should have access to a Google account, to generate reCAPTCHA keys.
- All your Landing Page domains should be registered in your LeadSquared account. To view the list or add a new domain, navigate to Profile>Settings>LeadTracking>Website & Landing Page Domains.
3.1 Generate reCAPTCHA Keys
If you have an existing API key pair from Google for your website, you can skip this section and move to the next step.
To create an API key pair, Site Key and Secret Key, for your website –
- Log in to your Google account.
- Navigate to the Google reCAPTCHA page.
- Click on the Admin console button on the right-top corner.
- Click the + icon to register your site.
- Give a relevant label.
- Select reCaptcha v2, then select the I am not a robot checkbox.
- Under domain – register all landing page domains registered in your LeadSquared account.
- Accept the terms and services checkbox, then click Submit.
- Copy the Site Key and Secret Key that have been generated.
Note – You don’t have to register your subdomains. Register your main domains, along with the main domain of your default landing pages.
3.2 Add the Keys to LeadSquared
- Once you’ve successfully created the API key pair for your website, navigate to Marketing>Landing Pages and click Google reCaptcha.
- Paste the Site Key and Secret Key in the pop-up window, and click Save.
3.3 Link the Keys to your Landing Page
Once you have added the keys, you will have to make reCAPTCHA live on your landing page. To do this –
- For an existing Landing Page, hover over the icon and click on Edit from the dropdown.
For a new landing page, complete the following on Step 02, once you have added a submission form. To know more, refer to How to Create and Publish a Landing Page?
- Double click on your submission form.
- Under Special Fields, click the icon against Google reCaptcha.
- Click on Save.
- For an existing landing page, scroll down to the bottom of the page, click on Save and Republish.
For a new page, click on Save and Next.
- You will get a report stating if your page has been successfully republished.
- Please wait for 10 minutes, for reCAPTCHA to become live on your landing page.
3.4 Preview reCAPTCHA
After the 10-minute window has ended, refresh your landing page. You can now view reCAPTCHA.
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