It's easy to set up landing pages for your digital coupons, vouchers or loyalty cards. This way, you can provide your customers and users some more information and instructions about the campaign..

Navigate to 'integrations' and open the Landing Page Builder.



Your landing page zone opens. Press 'Create landing page' to open the builder. Select a template to start from. Keep in mind that starting from a template doesn't limit you. It's just some guidance for you.



This is your Landing Page builder.



At the left handed menu you find the various tabs. Settings, modules and launch. I've listed them below with some more information.

Settings.
Name: set up a name for you landing page. It's only visible for you.
Domain: Select your beloved domain to display in your Landing Page URL.
Add a Facebook Pixel/ Google analytics ID to your landing page to track traffic.
Enable ReChaptcha: to prevent fraud or abuse from bots;
Custom CSS: add custom CSS code to alter the layout of your landing page.


Modules
This is the actual layout and functionality of your landing page. Drag and drop the different module types on the LP to add it. If you want to edit/delete a module, you simply have to press on the module on the landing page. Press on the module. Then press 'edit' or 'delete'. Most modules are easy to manage. Only the form module is more advanced. No worries, ill give you a detailed explanation.



Image: drag and drop the image module to add an image to your Landing page.
Form: This is the most critical setting of your landing page. This is where you set up how the visitors will receive the coupon, voucher and loyalty card. I'll explain them more detailed just below.
Text: drag and drop the text module to add description text
Title: drag and drop the title module to add a title to your LP
Socials: drag and drop the socials module to display your social media channels.

The Form Settings:
If you have dragged and dropped your form module on the LP, it's time to edit it. Press on the form module on the LP. Click 'edit'.



Now this modal appears.



1) Input: Display which customer input you want. This can be used as data capture but also to distribute your campaign with. For example a phone number, email address,.. Just below you decide if that's required and/or unique. This unique feature is important if you want to deliver single-use campaigns.

*Set up which customer input you want to deliver you campaign on. Input can be a phone number, email address or another specific code to allow the user to receive the campaign.

2) Action: Here you're configuring which action needs to happen after the input.
Campaign type: Select if you want to distribute a coupon, voucher or loyalty card.
Single / multi use. Select if it's single or multi use. Keep in mind that you need to have a unique input field in order to have your coupons single use. A unique input field is when you require a unique email address phone number or client ID. Multi use means that users can claim your coupon multiple times.
Duplicate error: this is the message that's displayed when a coupon is already claimed and thus unavailable for the user at the moment.
Send type: select how you want the user to receive the coupon.
Email/phone -> the visitor has to put in his phone number or email address in order to receive the campaign.
Redirect -> Users clicks on the button and is redirected to the coupon.
Mobile Wallet
-> Desktop: users have to scan a QR code in order to save the campaign in their mobile wallet.
-> Mobile: By pressing the button, the campaign is automatically stored in your mobile wallet.
Target campaign: Select the coupon, voucher or loyalty card you want to distribute.

3)Layout & 4) buttons are 2 easy to manage features.

Launch settings
If you have created your landing page and configured all settings, it's time to launch your landing page. We offer various methods for that.
QR code: download a qr code to distribute. Possible to show it on posters, in mails, magazines..
Share through your communication channels (social, email, WhatsApp, twitter,..)
Website integration: piece of code to directly integrate the LP in your website.
Link: simply share the LP URL with your customers.
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