Dynamic text replacement allows you to personalize the text in your landing pages, popups, and forms to match URL parameters and lead properties. 

In this article, we will examine how to use url parameters for dynamic text to match search keywords, Google Adwords, and other sources. 

  1. Choose url parameters from the dynamic text option on the text editor

2. Now insert the url parameter that you would like to use, which would be equivalent to a name for the dynamic tag you are generating. You can add fallback text that will be displayed when there isn't a URL parameter value defined. You can also select text style (lower case, uppercase, etc). As an example, I'll use the parameter tag "source" and leave everything else untouched. 

3. When you click generate dynamic button, the system will generate dynamic text that you can add to the text box, and also URL parameter that you can add to the end of the url. First add dynamic text {{url.source}} to the body of the text.   

4. And then copy the url parameter to your landing page url. Say the url of this landing page is https://philip.wishpond.com/dyamic/. I can test my url parameter with something like this: https://philip.wishpond.com/dyamic/?source=Facebook  
When you enter the page via above link with the url parameter, you will see the text and dynamically been replaced to "The source of the traffic is: Facebook" 

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