Setting up a webtrigger to drive traffic from my website ([url removed, login to view]) to my mobile site ([url removed, login to view]) just like WWE mobile. Instead of directing the user straight to my mobile site I want to direct them to a specific piece of content that they picked out on my website. The webtrigger allows me to send users from my website to my mobile website quickly and easily. And from my website you can can ask users to enter their phone #into an online form. This form then triggers a request to Bango (billing mobile operators) to send a wap push message and a text message to the customer's phone, taking them directly to a specific piece of content on my mobliesite that they picked out on my website. i've attached the flow of how it works..please look at bango_identifier [url removed, login to view] (attachment) File name: [url removed, login to view] Trigger request from your web server to our server An example URL is: [url removed, login to view] 1. p= piece of content the user chooses on the web. (ex: wweimage1) 2. Bango= Number setup within your package which points to the landing url (12345) 3. Assign relay to that Bango number so that p parameter can be passed. In this case 12345 points to [url removed, login to view] (with a p parameter at the end of the url stating the product so you know what to deliver) *Assign Relay to the number in [url removed, login to view] Web Environment. End users enter mobile phone # User receives sms message & In which a trigger request occurs follows the message User is then redirected to bango #12345 and p parameter “wweimage1?? User clicks the buy now link . Buy link is pointing to Billing Bango number with a relay assigned so the url would look like this [url removed, login to view] ***11133312345 is created in WWE’s package and points to the url [url removed, login to view] and has a charge set
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