If there are two lead flows with different flow triggers set to load on the same page with the same location specificity, the lead flows won't conflict each other and will wait for their respective triggers, given that the user has not previously submitted or dismissed either lead flow.
For example, if one lead flow is set to load on all pages and is triggered on 50% page scroll, and a second lead flow is set to load on all pages and is triggered on exit intent, the two flows will load when the user triggers each lead flow.
Lead flow location
When evaluating 2 or more lead flows that should load in the same area, there is a set of rules that control which lead flow should load based on which one has the most specific targeting rules. HubSpot prioritizes the targeting rules in the following order:
Website URL is: The lead flow targets the specific URL of the page and is an exact match.
Query parameter equals: The lead flow targets a specific query parameter found on the page.
Website URL begins with: The lead flow targets the beginning of the URL of the page.
Website URL contains: The lead flow targets a word that’s found in the URL of the page.
For example, if you have a lead flow set to load on All pages and a lead flow set to load on a specific website URL, such as http://www.domain.com/home, the lead flow set to load on http://www.domain.com/home will show.
This applies to lead flows that have the same flow triggers (on 50% page scroll, on exit intent, etc.) or the same type (pop-up box, dropdown banner, etc.).
In the event that there is a complete tie, such as 2 lead flows of the same type targeting the same exact website URL, the most recently created lead flow will be shown.
If multiple lead flows are active on a page with the same location specificity, the same trigger, and have the same type (pop-up box, dropdown banner, etc.), the most recently updated lead flow will display. If the user has previously submitted or dismissed the most recently created lead flow, they will be shown the next lead flow they are eligible for.
Shot 3: HubSpot Gotchas of the Week
Moving purchased templates that are from the old framework to the new. We found this issue when amalgamating a few different HubSpot Portals into one. Templates purchased over a year ago are very hard to transfer.
HubSpot and Facebook Advertising connections
Here’s the message you see if your Facebook connection to HubSpot has expired - a misleading message which references April 2017.
Bonus gotcha: if you attempt to report on two accounts that have different currencies, HubSpot completely shits its pants.
Shot 4: Marketing Tip of the Week
Setting up audiences in HubSpot that sync back to Google Ads and Facebook Advertising: