POST params are not automatically placed into SESSION params so if you post directly to a landing page you’ll not be able to use SESSION params. If you post to a handler script you could use PHP to set SESSION params manually and then they will work on the landing page you redirect to.
Every time you send traffic to a split test enabled landing page POST params will be cleaned off the URL. GET params should pass though.
Hey Hudson, well after hours of work with a friend I can say that SESSION parameters work… to some extent : I put a shortcode in a Landing Page page but it seems that it loads twice the function createshortcode() (and the form associated to it), according to my friend. Do you have any idea why ?
Thanks very much for your answer
thanks for your answer and sorry for my late answer, I was trying really hard to make it all work. And I’m very glad because normally, I am almost there 🙂
My goal now is to track users who click on Facebook / Twitter / Google + social sharing buttons (and I think it can be a great feature to put forward for your users as well, because it nowadays really is the lifeblood of fame : “Improve your social sharing conversions with Landing Pages” 😉