Welcome to Zephr. The market-leading dynamic paywall technology, helping leading brands win and keep customers.
When starting your Zephr journey, you’ll find yourself on the Welcome to Zephr page. The page is packed with useful information on how to get started, and what to expect within the Zephr Admin Console.
The Zephr Side Bar
The Zephr Side Bar tells you everything you need to know about the page you’re one. It contains a helpful glossary explaining specific features in Zephr, along with helpful tips and relevant links to the Zephr User Manual (which is where you are reading this).
Zephr is broken up into five modules: Journey, Products, Identity, B2B, and Delivery.
Journey is where you map out every step of your customer journey. Here you can create personalised messaging using pop ups and footers, and build out how you want your users to transition from Anonymous, to Registered, to Customers (Coming Soon).
Products is where you transform the content of your site using our Rules Builder, and create registration and payment forms to help monetise your content.
Identity is where you’ll find everything about your registered users, and set the user attributes you’ll store against them.
B2B lets you whitelist specific IP addresses to enable access across your business, set up Companies & Accounts for your clients purchasing bulk subscriptions, and create Trusted Referrers.
Delivery is for our CDN users. This is where you configure your sites, and site groups to determine which sites run through the Zephr CDN.
Along with the Zephr Modules, you’ll also find some other areas to click around.
From left to right these options are:
- Zephr Tutorials – short, interactive tutorials for learning how to use Zephr like a pro.
- Settings – your area to configure your Zephr setup, including sections for Bucket Tests, Email Templates, Payment Providers, Content APIs, Webhooks, Plugins, JWT tokens, Web Analytics and more.
- Admin User Settings – This shows you who you’re logged in as, and lets you create new Admin Users, Roles, and API key pairs.
While you’re looking around, here are a few things to get you set up: