Here we tell you what they are!
1. Start Over – Restarting the wizard
Are you not satisfied with the site you were doing? Did you have a page that you don’t need anymore? Doesn’t the provisional URL of your website leave you satisfied?
For all these situations, there is a very simple solution, called “Restart Assistant”, which can be found by clicking on your account options, in the upper right part of the browser.
You can change the “Friendly URL”, that is, the web address with which you access your site, until you acquire your own domain. It should be noted that you will not lose emails, or databases if you have configured them.
2. Modify the access password
In that same menu, you can modify your password to access your administration panel, so you can use the same as in other applications or services. Select “Change password”, and after the operation you will receive a reminder email with the new data.
3. Enter a CopyRight at the bottom of the page
Including a copyright gives seriousness to your page and confirms your intellectual property rights over the content you have written.
The message can be for example “Copyright © 2018 COMPANY | All rights reserved”
To implement it: Go to Settings of your site -> Header and Footer.
Write the text there, and give it the format and colors that seem most appropriate to you.
4. Place your site “under construction”
Do you want to make changes so that the site is not visible to users until you finish them?
In CWT Advertising you can do it from the menu “Configuration-> Basic Information”
5) Measure your Facebook conversions
In case you make an advertising investment from Facebook, it is extremely important to integrate your advertising account with CWT Advertising.
This will allow you, for example, to know which ad users have clicked on has brought more sales to your cart.
To carry it out, configure your Facebook pixel Code (you can check it in your account) in “Settings-> Advanced Information”
If you do not know what your pixel code is, you can consult the corresponding Facebook help here
6) View your website statistics
Accessing Google Analytics to know the access statistics to your site can be a difficult task if you are not an experienced user.
That is why at CWT we incorporate reports so that you know very quickly and graphically:
- Who is accessing your website
- From which countries
- Where the visits come from (Google, Facebook, directly, etc)
- Duration of visits
- Access Device (PC, Tablets, Smartphone) and operating system
7. Hide “Client Access”
CWT Advertising is prepared so that you get the most out of its potential, such as the implementation of a shopping cart, and allow users to register in it.
You can choose whether the link to access Registered Users is shown or not, and if the text to be displayed is visible (“Access to Clients”, “Registered Users”, etc). This is done in the same place as the previous option, that is, Settings of your site -> Header and Footer.
8. Enter the Tax Data Form
This option is available for Argentina and allows you to very easily comply with the requirements of the AFIP, the Federal Administration of Public Revenues
The formula 960 / NM By means of a QR code, it allows anyone to access the data of the taxpayer on whom they are making a purchase. All businesses must have it printed on their premises.
On websites, it is a requirement for those who market products or services. It is not enough to take a capture and incorporate the image, but an interactive form is added. By clicking on it, users can see the degree of compliance with the treasury in an updated form directly in the AFIP.
In this instruction you can see how form 960 / NM is generated. And then configure it in CWT Advertising, pasting the HTML code as in this image.
CWT offers you a very simple way to comply with the legislation.
In Site Settings -> Regional Settings. activate the option “Cookies Policy”, and with just that click you will already be framed within the law
10. Configure the number format according to the countries where you sell
Finally, if you implement an online store, you can configure the format in which the numbers will be displayed. For example, if most of your customers are in the US or Mexico, set the prices in this way “1,234,567.89”, as shown there or also in the Dominican Republic or Puerto Rico.
And if you sell in countries like England, Colombia, Peru, Argentina or Chile, use the format 1,234,567.89
Make this choice in the same place as the previous point, “Regional Settings”, -> “Location”