The ion platform is a great place to build out pages for social contests! This Quick Start experience will get you started with your own Twitter contest. This experience is meant to be viewed on a mobile device however, you can certainly use it for desktop and tablet experiences as well.
What you’ll need to get started
- Large Product Image
Get to know this Quick Start
Here'e a brief orientation to this Quick Start.
This experience includes only one page called the "Tweet It" page. This page is typically meant to be viewed on a mobile device but can certainly be viewed on desktop screens as well. This page includes:
- Small amount of text to promote the prize for your social contest.
- A large image to show what respondents can win.
- A text box respondents can use to enter their Twitter handle.
- Twitter component for respondents to Tweet a link to the contest to their followers.
Tips & tricks
- We recommend you complete basic ion interactive training to use this Quick Start.
- Everything within this experience can be edited by double clicking each page element. For more information on publishing & editing content within ion interactive pages, click here.
- At the bottom of the page, you will find a simple, custom form that can be used to collect respondents’ Twitter handles. After submitting this form, they will then see a Tweet button to Tweet a link of the page to their followers.
- Twitter handles submitted through this form can be reviewed by pulling a raw data file for the campaign. For steps on downloading a raw data file, click here.
Optional intermediate notes
- The Twitter component will Tweet out a link to your contest page by default. For more information on customizing the Tweet, click here.
- For this Quick Start, you may replace the form that is in place with a form from your Form Library to give you the ability to export data. For more information on creating forms with ion interactive, click here. We recommend intermediate training for form building.
- You can adjust the layout of the page content by altering the grids, columns and rows that are published into the creative’s containers. For more information on working with grids, click here. We recommend intermediate ion training to adjust the layout of your pages.
- For information on connecting your form to your exports click here, or for information on export options, click here.
Optional expert notes
- You may add more fields the custom form that is currently in place for this experience using the creative studio’s in-page form editing tools. For more information on in-page form editing, click here. We recommend expert ion training before adjusting custom forms.
- The custom form and Twitter component were published into a Flow component. The Flow component allows you to publish content respondents can interact with without changing pages. For more information on working with the Flow component, click here. We recommend expert training before working with the Flow component.