Dedicated landing pages

Create - landing pages dashboard

Choosing Landing Pages when you first create a new campaign means that the offer will be hosted on its own micro-site or landing page. This also means that there are no sizing restrictions, so you can have a full-width background and/or change the content width. Don’t worry though, if you decide later to embed the campaign in your website, you can still do that at any time.

Landing page example 2024

Each campaign will have its own URL and when it’s clicked, the campaign will load on its own dedicated landing page. This URL can be shared in Facebook posts, tweets, email blasts, just about anywhere.

Shareable URL Overview page 2020

You will still have all of the social following and sharing options, such as the Facebook like button, or Twitter/X and Instagram follow buttons in the Form element. You can also keep the Share element(s) so entrants can share to social media or directly with their friends.

Submitted page/post-entry

The content width can be changed in the Design section by clicking Layout. Here you can select between Default, Large, and Full-Width, or click the “Extend Content Background” toggle switch to keep the fields the same size but fully extend the content background.

Design section - layout - content width

Updated on June 21, 2024

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