A lot of you are switching to virtual workouts. This homepage and Get Started page will help you generate new leads around this new opportunity.
The beauty of our website framework is that you can easily swap out your homepage and pages.

Follow these steps or watch the help video below:

Go to your site dashboard and click on Add on the top navigation bar.

Look for the Search & Filter section, then under Page Types, click on Home Pages

Scroll down till you see the At Home Fitness Homepage, then click on Add page

This homepage will now be added to your page library. Edit any blocks, content, or photos as needed. The forms on this page are already linked to the other At Home Get Started Page that you will add next.

Let's add the other At Home Fitness Get Started Page. Go back to Add on the top navigation bar.

Look for the Search & Filter section, then under Page Types, click on Get Started

Find the At Home Fitness Get Started Page, then click on Add page

This Get Started page will now be added to your page library. Edit any blocks, content, or photos as needed. When someone fills out the form, you will be notified by email to followup. From there it is like any other form on your site. Make sure you have a good followup process so they know how to access links online, etc.

Now that you've finished editing your new homepage and new Get Started page, you are ready to replace them on your site. First, we will swap out Get Started page.

Click on Advanced tab, then Menus. Make sure Outer Menu is selected, then under Pages/Most Recent click on the At Home Fitness Get Started and add it to the menu.

Once added to the menu, click and hold, then drag right above the current Get Started. Delete the old one by clicking dropdown on it, then click Remove.

Rename the At Home Fitness Get Started to just Get Started if you want, then click Save.

Now you are ready to replace your homepage. Go to All Pages**, then click Edit on the new homepage.

Click on the Page Options with the pencil icon

Click on the Set as HomePage. This will now be the new homepage for your site.

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