Google ReCAPTCHA helps you detect abusive and bot traffic on your website.

It is a widget that you can enable to load up before form submission which verifies genuine user traffic.

  Recaptcha checkbox  

Here is how to set-up reCAPTCHA:

1. Login to your Google account

2. Open this link to open up Google reCAPTCHA and follow-up the set-up steps. Add the domain on where you will embed your LeadGen forms.

3. Copy site key and secret key

4. Go back to the reCAPTCHA page inside LeadGen App and add site key and secret key

Google reCAPTCHA keys

5. Give the key a name and save the reCAPTCHA settings in LeadGen App

6. Create a LeadGen form

7. In form settings, enable "Google Recaptcha is Enabled".

That's it. If visitors fill in your form and click on submit, they will see the ReCAPTCHA widget coming up.

Google reCAPTCHA settings  

About the Author

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Christopher Lier, CMO LeadGen App

Christopher is a specialist in Conversion Rate Optimisation and Lead Generation. He has a background in Corporate Sales and Marketing and is active in digital media for more than 5 Years. He pursued his passion for entrepreneurship and digital marketing and developed his first online businesses since the age of 20, while still in University. He co-founded LeadGen in 2018 and is responsible for customer success, marketing and growth.

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