Most of the time, you don't need to use a wildcard :)

For example, if you're sending visitors to: http://yoursite.com/somepage/, then you would just include http://yoursite.com/somepage in the Pages of your Deadline Funnel campaign. (Campaigns > Edit Campaign > Pages.)

But if you want to display a timer on an entire category of your website, for example, then you could add this as your page URL in Deadline Funnel:

http://yoursite.com/page/*

And the wildcard (asterisk) at the end of that page URL tells Deadline Funnel to display the timer on any matching pages:

http://yoursite.com/page/one/

http://yoursite.com/page/two/

It is interpreted as, "all URLs that start with http://yoursite.com/page/ should be treated the same in this page".

If you have any questions, please let us know at help@deadlinefunnel.com or through live chat on deadlinefunnel.com.

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