Here is my example:
We use gated landing pages in order to make sure that we can filter out people who want to view our webinars. We are currently hosting these landing pages that live within active marketing programs, but when we archive the program will it be deactivated? We would like to still use them in a directory for our past webinars. Do I need to create new programs to host these separate LPs?
Any help is much appreciated.
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I have a landing page in an archive that still works.
We archived the content as it was 2015, but it remains a legacy web page with links from an older press release. I still see traffic and receive leads from this landing page which is providing a white paper report.
You could always test this by cloning and archiving a landing page, but if my experience is the rule and not the exception, putting a landing page in the archive does not stop it working.
To deactivate the items underneath (landing pages, emails) you must unapprove them.
I just went through this exercise for a product our company divested.