To be able to set up a Hellobar Campaign, follow the steps listed below :
STEP 1: In your LetSetCom dashboard, click on ‘Create New’.
STEP 2: Click on ‘Hellobar’.
STEP 3: Configure the General Settings tab.
A. Campaign Name: You need to enter the campaign name here.
NOTE: The campaign name is only for your internal reference and would not be shown to your end user anywhere.
B. Template Type: You need to select the timer type here.
NOTE: You can also view how the campaign looks by simply clicking on Show/hide Preview or Update Preview.
C. Hellobar text: You need to enter the Hellobar text here.
D. Hellobar Position: You need to define the Hellobar position here. You can either set it for top or bottom.
E. CTA Text: You can enter your CTA text here.
F. CTA Action: You can define your CTA action here. There are 3 options available:
1. Redirect: If you choose to redirect then, you must enter a redirect URL.
2. Redirect in new tab: If you choose to redirect in new tab then also, you must enter a redirect URL.
3. Scroll: If you want your visitor to be scrolled to a specific section of your page/website after clicking on the CTA button then, you must enter the XPath to the element.
You can refer to the tutorial here, which is completely on XPath.
G. Styling Customisation: If you wish to make any changes in the styling of the campaign, you can simply switch the toggle on and make changes as per your wish.
1. Hellobar Text Styling: You can customise the Hellobar’s font, font size & color here.
2. Background Color: You can also customise the background color here.
3. CTA Text Styling: You can customise the CTA’s font, font size & color here.
4. Background Color: You can also customise the background color here.
5. Highlight Styling: If you have highlighted anything while writing the title or text then, you can simply customise it here.
STEP 4: Configure the Trigger Tab.
A. Display URL Settings: This is where you need to configure on which pages would you like the campaign to appear and on which pages you do not want them to.
1. Include: You need to enter the URL on which you want the campaign to appear along with a condition.
2. Exclude: You need to enter the URL on which you do not want the campaign to appear along with a condition.
3. Referrer: This section enables you to run different conditions based on different sources.
For example - If you add ‘Facebook’ under this section then, the campaign will be triggered only for users coming via Facebook.
Now, there are 3 types of trigger conditions that are predefined in the system. For instance if you wish to trigger a campaign on myhome.com, then here is how all the trigger conditions will work:
1. Exact: [With this, the campaign will only trigger on myhome.com]
3. Regex [Regular expression or “Regex” is used to target multiple and complicated URLs by providing a pattern to match the URLs. This is mainly for developers only].
NOTE: Make sure that you do not add ‘http’, ‘https’, or ‘www’ in the prefix of the URL which you enter.