Our section "Make your campaign go viral", which is available for our apps Cool Promo and Cool Promo White Labelallows you to customise the messages that will show up on Facebook and Twitter when a user shares the campaign or his/her participation on it. This way, you may create different messages to share on social networks, depending on the results obtained in a quiz with or without points for right answers or a personality test, where you choose the different results that will be displayed after the user answers the questions. 


Nevertheless, you can customise these messages in a more professional way thanks to our variables system. These are the fields in which you can use these variables: 


1. "Make your campaign go viral" section --> "Share on Facebook, Pinterest"

  • Title to display on a wall when a user clicks on "Share participation"
  • Text to display on a wall when a user clicks on "Share participation"


2. "Make your campaign go viral" section --> "Share on Twitter"

  • Text to show on the tweets when the participation is shared on Twitter.

3. On the screen that displays a customised message depending on the results the user has obtained in the quiz (only for a quiz with or without points for right answers or a personality test), or the code the user inserts. 

  • Title for the post when the result is shared on Facebook.
  • Text for the post when the result is shared on Facebook. 
  • Text for the tweet when the result is shared on Twitter. 

You can use these {{{handlebars}}}:

  • User's first name: {{{first_name}}}
  • User's last name: {{{last_name}}}
  • User's full name: {{{full_name}}}
  • URL of the image or photo the user has uploaded to a photo competition: {{{image}}} 
  • Number of referred users the user has driven to the competition: {{{referred_count}}} 
  • Number of votes the user has received: {{{votes_count}}} 
  • Customised link the user should share to make the campaign go viral: {{{participation_link}}} 
  • Number of points the user has obtained in a quiz: {{{quizz_points}}} (this url will be shown by default, but you may include it in a particular point of the tweet or test /title that will be shared on Facebook). 

Examples:

Example 1: Text of the tweet with the result of the quiz.