From the Campaigns page, select the template type – Landing Pages for the standard campaign, Popups or Embeds for pre-made templates to be embedded in your website.
Next, you will need to select the type of Poll that you would like. You can then choose the “blank” Poll, or one of the pre-designed templates (don’t worry, you can still edit and customize these templates).
Followed by adding the title for the Poll:
You’ll be taken to the Edit tab to choose the general settings of your poll. Set up your title, instructions, start and end dates, and entry restrictions. At the bottom, you may also notice the “Admin-only mode” switch. Leave your campaign in admin-only mode until you are ready for it to go live. Click “Save”
In the Customize section, you can you can add backgrounds, images, videos, and customize the campaign’s form and share dialogue. For tips and tricks on using the Customize section, check out our blog site.
In the Customize tab, we will input what our fans can vote on. You can do this by clicking the Poll Choices element, then adding or editing in the left-hand menu. Note: there is no limitation on poll choices.
You can switch between the pages you are customizing from the left navigation menu.
If your campaign is configured to start in the future, all users that visit the URL will be directed to the Pre-Start Page. Most admins use the default, “Please check back later. The promotion you are trying to access hasn’t started yet”, because often times campaigns are not promoted until they are ready to accept entries, so users generally never see the Pre-Start Page.
When you Enable the Fan-Gate, you can ask users to first like your Facebook Business Page before they enter the promotion (due to Facebook’s platform policies, you cannot require or incentivize this action).
By clicking Elements in the left navigation, you can add images, videos, text, or even design creative with the Canvas element.
By default, Polls start with no form element (Formless-submit). If you would like to collect data from entrants, add the Form element here.
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 Customize section, click on the Form Fields element itself to add or edit form fields.
Click “Add Form Field” in the menu on the left to add text fields, drop-downs, radio buttons, check-boxes, and social media follow buttons.
Once a user has successfully entered, they will be directed to the Post Entry page. The Post Entry Page acts as confirmation that the user has successfully entered and gives users the opportunity to gain bonus entries for referrals (if enabled).
You can customize the share options by clicking on the Share Element.
Exit out of the Customize section and visit Sharing under the “Set Up” tab to customize the shared title, description, and/or image. *This will apply to Facebook, Twitter, and anywhere that recognizes open graph share dialogue.
Clicking Advanced then Rules will take you to the campaign’s rules section where you can paste or type in the official rules, or add a URL to link to the campaign’s rules.
Paste Official Rules (Windows-Ctrl V or Mac-Command V)
Publish Your Campiagn
Once your campaign is setup and customized, click Publish on the Overview page, or turn off Admin-Only Mode at the bottom of the Edit page. Your campaign is now live and ready to accept entries!
If you have any questions or issues setting up your campaign, don’t hesitate to email us at email@example.com. Good luck with your campaign!