Turbo Page Builder
The Turbo Page Builder will help you use templates to create your own Turbo pages. You can create an unlimited number of Turbo pages for free. You don't need any special skills or experience to create them.
On the ad editing page, click. In the window that opens, click and enter a name. You can use lower-case letters, numbers, hyphens, and underscores in the name. Select one of the templates to open the window where you can create Turbo pages.
Use the sections to design your Turbo page. Click +Add in the upper left corner and select the desired section. To change the layout of sections on the Turbo page, go to Navigation and drag a section to the desired location. To remove a section, click . The Footer section is required and cannot be removed.
To edit a section, click on it in the preview area or in Navigation. On the tab that opens, configure the elements for the selected section.
- Tell about your products or services
Add a detailed description of your products or services. Use the text formatting tools: headers, lists, and highlighting.
In the Multimedia section, you can add a product image, slider, or gallery (a group of images that you can scroll through). With the slider, a description is added to each image, whereas in the gallery, one description is added for all the images. You can use your own images, library images, or previously used images. If you crop an image, the 16:9 aspect ratio will be preserved.
In the Price section, you can specify the current and previous price of the product, as well as a discount as a percentage. The price should be specified based on the currency used and the rules for advertising in the country where the Turbo page will be displayed.
- Create a request form
In the Form section, add the necessary fields and choose which fields are required. Enter an email address. Customer requests sent from Turbo pages will be sent to this address.
After filling out the form, the user will be redirected to the thank you page. To configure it, click. Indicate where the user will get directed after clicking the button on this page: to the site or back to the Turbo page.
Learn more about working with requests.
- Add buttons
Add at least one button to avoid losing potential conversions. A button on the first screen increases the conversion rate. Specify where the button should lead: to the site, a section on the Turbo page, or the request form.
You can pass any value to the request form, such as the model or product characteristics. To do this, select the field name and specify the value that will be substituted in this field.
Let's say your Turbo page describes trips to the moon, Mars, and Alpha Centauri, and you want to take the destination that interested the user and insert it in the request form. Add “Book a tour” buttons after the description of each destination. In the button settings, specify that the “Destination” field in the form should be passed the respective value: “moon”, “Mars”, “Alpha Centauri”. When the user clicks the button, the request form opens, and the “Destination” field is filled in with the chosen destination.
- Set your contact info
In the Feedback section, set the type and location of the button that customers can click to write to you or call. Enter the contact information: phone number, email address, and link to a social network or messenger.
- Customize the menu
Add a sidebar so that users can quickly navigate to sections of the Turbo page, site, or social network pages. In Header, click Add menu item, enter a name, then select a section or enter a link.
- Enter the legal information
In the Footer section, turn on the Use legal information option. When filling out legal information, keep in mind that the Turbo page must include all the information that is required by law and Yandex guidelines.
- Set your own Yandex.Metrica tag
A Yandex.Metrica tag with the name Turbo Pages is created automatically and used in all the Turbo pages of your account by default. You can set your own tag and Yandex.Metrica goals to track user actions on a Turbo page. For more information, see the section about statistics.
You can view all changes you make instantly in the preview area.
To save your draft Turbo pages and continue working on them later, click Save draft in the upper-right corner. When you have finished creating the page, select Publish in the drop-down list. The published Turbo page can be edited at any time.
To copy a link to a draft or published turbo page, go to.
Turbo pages you created are saved in the library. To open the library, click the Turbo pages link on the My campaigns page. For your convenience, you can use folders and create Turbo pages directly from them. To create folders, click in the library and enter a name.
You can create a new Turbo page based on ones that you made earlier. Just select a Turbo page and click Save as. Enter a name for the new Turbo page and the location where you want to save it.