You can embed your own custom HTML or an HTML code snippet from a third party service provider in any of your Unbounce pages. You can find step-by-step instructions here.
A placeholder box will appear on your page in the editor to indicate where your embedded component will appear. Drag the placeholder and its handles until it is the right size and in the desired position.
You might also want to check our article on external conversion tracking which will allow you to track conversions through to your external destination pages (Note: it's not always possible as it requires that you have access to the destination page to ad a tracking script).
Note - Unbounce is not able to help you trouble-shoot third party scripts or HTML - including code you have written yourself. For problems with third party code, the tech-support belonging to the third provider you obtained it from should be able to help you.
You can use the Preview feature to see what what your page would like like if it were published - without actually sending it live:
Make sure your page is saved by clicking on the ‘Save’ button in the top left of the Unbounce page editor.
Click on the ‘Preview’ Button, also in the top left of the Page Editor. Alternatively, you can click on the ‘Preview’ tab near the top right of the Page Editor screen to switch to Preview mode. Either of these will bring you into Preview mode to view the Preview version of the page you are working on.
Navigate between the variants of your page in preview mode by using Variants drop-down menu at the top left of the Page Editor screen.
The Unbounce preview mode uses a different method display pages than the actual page publishing system, so if you ‘View Source’ on your page in preview mode it will not give you any indication of what the actual published code will be.
Not all page functionality can be tested in preview mode. Integrations with third party systems (including the Unbounce Mailchimp integration,) will not work in preview mode; you must publish your page in order to test this functionality.
5.05 Adding Page Metadata
Clicking the Page Properties tab will open a dialog box where you can input page name, description, and keyword data. This data is used to populate your search engine listing and can also have an effect on your landing pages SEO.