Once you create your campaign it’s time to share it with your audience. Woorise offers many ways you can host or install your campaigns.
In this article
Use Woorise Landing Page
Keep the campaign on Woorise landing page – No extra steps needed. This is the fastest and simplest way. You can simply start sharing the campaign’s URL.
On Your Own Website or Blog
Copy the code from Share page > Standard tab and paste it into your website or blog where the campaigns want to appear.
For WordPress sites is recommended to install the Woorise plugin. Woorise plugin is a lightweight, fast and secure plugin with no configuration options that allows you to easily add campaigns to your WordPress site.
After installing the plugin follow the instructions below depending on the editor you are using:
- Block Editor (Gutenberg)
Simply use the Woorise block.
- Classic Editor
Copy and paste the campaign’s URL in a post or a page.
- Page Builders or any other placement
Use the following shortcode inside a text element. Replace the URL with your campaign’s URL.
There are two options available that allows you to embed your campaign to any page in a full screen mode:
- Blank Page
Simply copy the code and add it to any new blank page on your website.
Use this method if your CMS or platform doesn’t allow you to create a blank page. With this version you can place the code in the content section or wherever you want in the page. The campaign will automatically show up in a full screen mode.
Shopify, Wix, Joomla, Tumblr or any other platform
Copy the code from Share page > Standard tab and paste it in a text or in a HTML element. If you want to display your campaign in a full page mode please check the Full Page section above.
If the campaign is embedded on your website enter the Embedded URL of your hosted page. This ensures that users are always sent to a specific URL when the campaign is shared.
Social Media Platforms
On a Facebook Page
Simply share your campaign on your Facebook page from the Share page when editing a campaign on your Woorise dashboard.
On an Instagram Page
Instagram doesn’t offer a native way to install your contest to your account. Nor do they allow clickable links inside posts.
But you can include a call to action in your Instagram bio (you can add multiple links using our free bio link tool) and then ask users to visit this link inside posts. Bonus points for using Emojis to draw attention to your links.
On a Twitter Profile
Twitter works in a similar way to Instagram, but you do have the flexibility to include the live link to your campaign inside any Tweet. You can also pin the tweet in the top until the end of the campaign.
On a YouTube Profile
In YouTube you typically link to the campaign inside the description of your video.
On a Pinterest Profile
On Pinterest you can pin a campaign specific image and link it through to your landing page.
Using Woorise at Events
If you are planning to use Woorise at an event is recommended to disable the Google reCAPTCHA from the Form > Settings.