All the Sections for Your Offer and Delivery Pages

Pagewheel automatically creates offer and delivery pages to promote each of your digital products. You can further customize these web pages by adding more sections.

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Opening the Section Editor

Once a digital product is complete, Pagewheel lets you quickly generate a promotional website using its advanced AI capabilities. 

You can also make edits to the website of an existing product.

For more information, see How to Edit an Existing Website

A website consists of an ‘Offer Page’ and a ‘Delivery Page.’

Pagewheel handles the creation of these pages using its advanced AI capabilities. 

While these pages are already effective, you can enhance them by adding more sections.

For more guidance, see How to Build an Offer Page.

A mockup screenshot of a digital product's offer page in Pagewheel.
Edit the offer page of the product’s website

You can add sections to a product’s web pages using the section editor.

To access the section editor, simply click on any section of the webpage.

A mockup of how to open the section editor in the website editor.
Click on any section to open the section editor

You’ll see the section editor menu appear. 

To add a new section, click the + icon on the left.

For more information, see Introduction to the Section Editor

A mockup of how to add a new section in the website editor.
Click the + icon to add a new section

A list will open, displaying all available sections.

These sections have different functions. We encourage you to explore each one.

A mockup screenshot of all the sections available in the website editor.
All the sections available in the website editor

You’ll also notice that some sections have multiple layout variations. 

Click a variation to add it to your page. 

A mockup of how to choose a layout variation of a section in the website editor.
Click a section variation to add it to your page

Section Types

Here is a detailed list of section types available and suggestions on how to use each one:

Topbar

The topbar section is ideally placed at the top of the page, though it can be positioned anywhere. 

It typically features a product slogan on the left and a buy-now button on the right. 

A mockup of the topbar section in the website editor.
The topbar section

Hero

The hero section is intended to capture a user’s attention. This section features a large image, a headline, descriptive text, and a purchase button.

Since it is usually the first element seen when opening the website, the text should be very persuasive.

A mockup of the hero section in the website editor.
The hero section

Minihero

The minihero section is a smaller version of the hero section.

It doesn’t include headline text or a button. Use it to give extra information about your product. 

A mockup screenshot of the 'minihero' section in the website editor.
The minihero section

Sidebar

The sidebar section is similar to the minihero section, but it uses a list with tick graphics. 

It is ideal for explaining the main features of your product.

A mockup screenshot of the sidebar section in the website editor.
The sidebar section

This Is For 

The ‘This Is For’ section highlights the benefits and results of using your product. 

It helps potential customers imagine the positive changes the product can bring to their lives.

A mockup screenshot of the 'This Is For' section in the website editor.
The ‘This Is For’ section

About Me

The about me section includes a photo and description of the product creator. 

This personal element helps build a connection with potential customers.

A mockup screenshot of the 'About Me' section type in the website editor.
The ‘About Me’ section

FAQ

The FAQ section is another effective persuasive tool. 

It uses AI to generate text that answers any remaining questions a potential customer may have.

A mockup screenshot of the FAQ section in the website editor.
The FAQ section

Call To Action

The ‘Call To Action’ section is bold and striking. It’s designed to generate quick sales. 

A mockup screenshot of the 'Call To Action' section in the website editor.
The ‘Call To Action’ section

Video 

The video section allows you to add your own Youtube videos to your page.

Just add the link to your video in the box. 

A mockup screenshot of the video section.
The video section

How To Get Started

The ‘How To Get Started’ section shows how easy it is to purchase your product. 

It guides potential customers through an easy, step-by-step process.

A mockup screenshot of the 'How To Get Started' section in the website editor.
The ‘How To Get Started’ section

Headline Only

The ‘Headline Only’ section is used to give bold, eye catching statements about your product.

A mockup screenshot of the 'Headline Only' section in the website editor.
The ‘Headline Only’ section

Paragraph

Use the paragraph section to add simple blocks of text. It’s a straightforward way of giving information.

A mockup screenshot of the paragraph section in the website editor.
The paragraph section

Headline and Subheadline

The ‘Headline and Subheadline’ section is another way of delivering bold statements about your product. 

It combines a strong headline with a persuasive subheadline to draw in readers.

A mockup screenshot of the 'Headline and Subheadline' section in the website editor.
The ‘Headline and Subheadline’ section

Heading With Button

The ‘Heading With Button’ section combines bold statements with a button to purchase. 

With a convincing call to action, it can be a powerful tool for driving sales. 

A mockup screenshot of the 'Heading with Button' section in the website editor.
The ‘Heading with Button’ section

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