To be able to set up a Tab Messaging Campaign, follow the steps listed below :
STEP 1: In your LetSetCom dashboard, click on ‘Create New’.
STEP 2: Click on ‘Tab Messaging’.
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. Tab Messages: You need to configure the message now:
1. Tab Message Favicon: You need to either upload a favicon or choose the favicon from your library.
NOTE: You can add as many messages as you want by simply clicking on the ‘Add’ beside Tab Messages head.
2. Tab Message: You need to enter a message here.
NOTE: There are some default tab messages which you can add by clicking on ‘Generate Random Message’,
C. Timing Customisation: This section defines the timing before the first message and timing between the messages.
1. Time before first message: You can here configure after how long would you like the notification to appear when the visitor switches the tab.
2. Time between two messages: You can here configure the time between the two messages.
D. Enable Sound: You can enable the sound for the messages 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.
STEP 5: Don’t forget to click on the ‘Save’ button.