This guide will help you create a Code Giveaway campaign that works for your brand. Use this experience type to distribute a unique or static code to be redeemed on your e-commerce site or in your app.
Create the Code Giveaway
From the Campaigns screen, select the template type – Landing Pages.
Then choose Code Giveaway from the campaign types.
Add a Title
Next, add a title or name in the “Enter a title for your Experience” field and click Continue.
The next screen you’ll see is the Overview section where you can edit basic settings and view or download stats.
Click the Edit button above the Status section to set the start and end dates of the experience’s entry period.
Select the dates and times, then click Save.
Click Edit above the Sharing section to customize the sharing image, title, and description for your experience URL.
Once your experience receives views or entries, you can view a graph of these stats for the past past week, past month, or past year. Click Download Performance Stats to export a detailed traffic stat CSV file.
Click the Design tab to add backgrounds, images, videos, and customize the campaign’s Form Element. For more information on adding elements, styles, check out this article.
You can switch between the pages you are customizing from the left navigation menu.
By clicking Elements in the left navigation, you can add images, videos, text, and more.
You can add an image element to upload your creative content to the Entry Page.
*Notice the “Now Editing: Version 1” in the upper right corner. Versions gives you the ability to upload and schedule different images in the same image element.
Customizing the Form Fields
While in the Design section, click on the Form Fields element itself to add or edit form fields.
Click “Add Form Field” under the Settings tab on the left to add text fields, drop-downs, radio buttons, check-boxes, and social media follow buttons.
By selecting the Voucher Page in the Design section and clicking on the Voucher Element to select it then clicking Settings on the left, you can choose whether or not to display the”Redeem” button which will link to your website.
By clicking the Styles tab while the Voucher element is selected, you can choose to display the QR code for redemption, or just the voucher code, and adjust the spacing on the voucher.
You can customize the share options by clicking on the Share Element.
In the Participants tab, you can view entry data for the first 1,000 entries, pick winners, and download your Entries and Uploads exports.
Click Download to open the Exports panel
Settings Tab and Voucher Codes
Under the Settings tab, enable entry restrictions and limits, and other important options.
Click Codes to select the type of codes that will be distributed (Static or Custom codes).
*For uploaded custom codes, you can also delete unused codes and export the unused codes along with the data associated with distributed codes.
In the Limits and Restrictions section, you can limit the number of available codes (if using static or automatically generated codes), restrict entry, and enable age or password restriction.
In the Customizations section, you can customize all of the default language and auto-emails, as well as add Rules for your Code Giveaway.
In the Advanced section, you can setup real-time integration for Automatic Exports, Facebook and Google Tracking, or enable Kiosk Mode for on-site campaigns.
At the bottom of the Settings page, you can Reset, Copy, or Delete your Code Giveaway.
Preview and Publish
When you’re ready, go back to the Overview tab and test/preview your contest by clicking the experience URL under Installation.
Click Preview to redirect the URL to an embed on your website.
Click Install on Facebook to install a Facebook Tab for your experience.
To turn off Admin-Only mode and publish your experience, click the Publish button in the Status area.
If you have any questions or issues setting up your campaign, don’t hesitate to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!