Published December 10, 2019
The Answer is B.
In HubSpot, a dynamic website page is a CMS page in which content is populated from data within a HubDB table. Each dynamic page includes its own unique, SEO-friendly URL and page analytics.
When editing typical site pages within HubSpot, you follow the path from Marketing > Website > Website Pages. For dynamic pages, however, it's possible to edit the content right within the HubDB table by going directly to Files and Templates > HubDB.
This makes it possible to quickly edit a page—or several pages—by altering data within the spreadsheet, then publishing your changes. The edits will be reflected instantly on your front-facing website. As you may have learned in our HubDB QotD, dynamic pages are therefore especially useful for that content which is standardized, updated often, or added to frequently:
- Team member pages
- Resource pages
- Product or portfolio pages
- Event listing pages
- Searchable directories
- Maps or locator tools
Once your CMS template is published, analytics processing will be complete, allowing you to track performance within the website page dashboard.
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