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What does Pre-Populated Mean in Hydra?

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  1. kingofbigmac

    kingofbigmac Regular Member

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    I am trying to start some email submit campaigns and I noticed this.
    Pays on email submission and can be pre-populated!

    What does pre-populated mean?

    I was thinking you can keep on putting email addresses in there that are legit of course but I don't know if its that easy. Any help would be great. Thanks.
     
  2. drd26

    drd26 Junior Member

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    It means the offer allows for you to pre-populate the form values such as email, zip, and so on. The user then only has to hit the submit button for the lead to be registered.
     
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    kingofbigmac Regular Member

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    Oh okay, thanks for clearing that up. Was really curious on what it meant.
     
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    Just click on the link in the campaign that says more information, it says ...

    May Be Pre-Populated Email Address (More Information)

    That'll take you to a little tutorial on how to use it.
     
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    kingofbigmac Regular Member

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    That is pretty funny, I accidentally clicked on it 5 secs before you posted that.