Step 1 – Promo details
Select a channel in which your promo will be visible. This option is useful when you own multiple channels. You can select only one channel from the list of your active and draft channels.
Next, you will be asked to provide a name of your promo (max 80 characters). Use different promo name every time to make your promo distinguishable.
Enter the description of your promo. Use up to 2000 characters to explain the details of your promo. This description will be visible to the end users.
Call to Action Button text
Use this field to explain your URL. If left empty and URL is set, “More info” text will be displayed as default.
Call to Action Activity
URL field represents an additional call to action once end users open your promo. URL can be linked to your website or social media. Be sure to enter full URL in the format of “http://…”.
Don’t show in chat
If selected, your promo will not be sent as a message and will only be displayed on your channels’ description page.
Step 2 – Import multimedia
Upload materials of your promo. You can upload up to 5 different promo assets. At least 1 image or video is required.
Be sure to follow promo guidelines when you upload your assets.
Image upload guidelines:
- Images should be either .png or .jpg file format
- Minimal resolution for the image is 960x960px
- Maximum resolution for the image is 2480x2x80px
Video upload guidelines:
- Promo video should be either .mov, .mp4 or .m4v file format
- Minimal resolution for the video is 480p (640x640px)
- Maximum resolution for the video is 1080p (1920x1080px)
Once you select assets, click on the Upload Selected Files button to upload images to the server.
Assets of your promo can also be preview in full screen. End users just need to click on your promo image or video.
Step 3 – Timeframe
Use this step to configure the start and end date of your promo.
Set start date
Here you specify when your promo will become available to the end users. If you choose to skip this step, your promo will become available as soon as you publish it.
Example: use this field to schedule your promo to start next Monday at 10 AM.
Notice: Once you set start date, you will be able to change entered values only while promo is in Draft mode. Once promo is published, you will not be able to edit entered values again.
Set end date
Specify the date and time from which your promo will not be accessible to the end users. Once end date and time has been reached, the promo will change status to Finished and will be archived in the system.
Schedule a recurring promo
Choose between daily, weekly, monthly and yearly recurrence for your promo.
Example: set your promo to appear every day between 9 AM and 5 PM (daily recurrence) or choose to show it only on weekends (weekly recurrence) or every 13th of the month (monthly recurrence).
Step 4 – Target
This is the last step in the promo creation process. Here you can segment your promo to appear only to a specific end-user group, show promo on specific locations and request permission from tenant to broadcast promo to all app users.
By default, your promo will be made available for all channel followers (or all app users if broadcasted through tenant). Use segmentation to show promo only to a specific target group.
Example: use segmentation to create a promo for end users who have been following your channel for 30 days.
Set proximity targeting
By default, your promo will be made available for all channel followers (or all app users if broadcasted through tenant). Use proximity targeting to allow promo to appear in certain locations.
Example 1: show promo to users walk pass my store. When end users walk pass my store, they will receive promo in chat and in-app notification with it.
Promo will not disappear once end users leave your location(s).
Based on your selection, you can see how many users would be targeted by your promo. By default, the target group is all followers of your selected channel. Based on the complexity of your segmentation, some target groups require a few minutes to be calculated.
Check how costumers will see your engagement before you publish it.