Your Woobox campaign may have multiple pages that users will see or interact with. This article can be used as a guide of each page and how its used.
The Pre-Start page is where visitors will land if they click the campaign’s link or tab before the campaign has begun (based on the start date). By default, the page has a single text element that reads “Please check back later. The promotion you are trying to access has not yet started.” You can edit and customize the text element, or add images or a video to give instructions or let your fans know when the campaign will begin.
The Fan-gate page is specific to Facebook and will only display on the Facebook Page Tab version of your campaign. If enabled, this will be the first page that users land on when the campaign has begun. This page asks the visitor to “like” your Facebook page before continuing to the contest. By default, this page has a text element that reads “Like Us. Please consider liking our page before continuing to the entry page.” and a fan-gate specific element that allows users to “skip or click like above and then continue”. Skip and Continue are clickable buttons. Since Facebook does not allow third-party apps to track new likes from your page, your Woobox campaign will consider a click of the “Continue” button a page like.
The Entry page is where users will usually first interact with your offer, submitting the required information to enter your contest or promotion. By default, this page has a couple of text elements, two dividers, and of course the Form element. Click on the elements in the Design section to edit them or add fields to the form. Click Elements in the left navigation to add other elements to the page. More on elements here. In a Quiz or Poll, the Entry page will also house the main element that users will interact with (such as the quiz questions and answers, poll choices, etc.)
In most campaigns (Sweepstakes, Form, etc.) the Post-Entry page will have a “Thank you for entering” message and a Share element. If bonus entries for referrals are enabled, there will also be a text element that reads “Get X bonus entries when someone you refer enters.”
In a Poll campaign, there will be a Poll Results element that has display options under Settings in the Design section.
In a UGC Contest, the post entry page will have a Contest Uploads element which displays the entrant’s submission and caption and gives them an opportunity to share their submission and ask their friends to vote.
The Ended page will display after the campaign has ended based on the end date, or in the case of a voucher-based campaign, when all vouchers/prizes have been awarded. By default, the ended page displays a text element that reads “We’re sorry. The promotion you are trying to access has ended.”
In a UGC contest there is also a Gallery page. The gallery page has its own settings in the Edit section of your campaign such as active dates and voting options. Visit the gallery page while in the Design section to customize the page and the unique elements on the page.
In a Coupon or Instant Win, your campaign will also have a Voucher page. Visit the Voucher page in the Design section to add a “Thank you” message and choose settings for the Voucher and Voucher Utility elements. In an Instant Win with multiple prizes, you can preview this page displaying any of the available prizes in the Design section.
By default, the Voucher Expired page displays a message that reads “Your voucher form [business name] expired.” Just like the other pages in your campaigns, you can change this text and/or add images, videos, etc.
Not a Winner
In an Instant Win campaign, the Not a Winner page displays to those who did not randomly win a prize. By default, this page will have a text element that reads “Sorry, not a winner this time.” and a Share element. This page is a great place to let users know how long it will be until they can try again, when the next offer will start, or ask that they visit your website.