How to create a campaign in Uppush

To help you discover and use the campaign in the most efficient way, we will divide the walkthrough into multiple sections to help you understand best about Uppush campaign and how to use it.

Campaign Dashboard

As soon as you click on Campaign, you will be able to see the Campaign Dashboard that contains overview data about your campaign.

What does the Dashboard contain?

  • All Campaigns that have been sent in the past

  • Overview Analyze result of the campaign, which contains Impressions (the number of campaigns that have been sent to the customer successfully), Clicks (the number of times customers click on the notification), Average CTR (how often users click on your campaign notification), Generated Revenue (revenue generated for the campaign).

  • Button to Create a new Campaign.

From the Dashboard, you can check the results of every single campaign that you have created in the past as well as create a new campaign.

How to check the results of past campaigns?

When viewing the Dashboard, you can view the Actions column to see multiple actions that you can do with the past campaign, which is see the Campaign Details and Generated Order from Campaign

Campaign Details

The campaign details will have everything about the past campaign, which is:

  • Result of the campaign

  • Campaign Title

  • Campaign Message

  • Campaign type

  • Campaign Schedule

  • Customer Segment

  • Primary URL of the campaign

  • Discount code

  • Notification Action

  • Campaign Banner

In case this campaign has created a great result, you could click on "Duplicate" to create a new campaign that has every data the same as the past campaign. This could work wonderfully in case you have a Event campaign such as a Christmas campaign that has generated great data in the past and now you only need to copy it for this year.

Generated Order

How to create a new Campaign

In order to create a new campaign, you only need to click on the "New Campaign" button in the Dashboard and a New page will appear for you to fill in your campaign information.

There are some elements that you should have a close look to have more information:

  1. Sending Options: You can choose Send Now (send the campaign as soon as you finish creating it) or Schedule (set a date in the future when you want the campaign to go live)

When you select 'Schedule', you will be shown a date picker to select when you want the campaign to start sending.

  1. Campaign Type: Choose whether you want to send a regular campaign (no expiry date) or a 'Flash Sale Campaign' (set an expiry date)

Here's how it looks when you select 'Flash Sale Campaign'. You can use the date picker to choose when you want the campaign to stop sending.

  1. Customer Segment: By default, your campaign is sent to 'All Subscribers'. However, if you want to select a specific customer segment, you can choose it here

You can read on how to create a customer segment HERE.

  1. Campaign essential information.

A campaign would not be a campaign if it lacks a title, message or banner. Here is how you could fill in by yourself:

Let's look at the different building blocks of this page: ​1. Title: Add a title to your notification to let shoppers know what it's about.

2. Message: Add an optional message to give more information to your subscribers.

3. Emoji Keyboard: Select one (or more) emojis from the emoji keyboard next to ‘Title’ and ‘Message’ fields.

4. Primary Link: Add the URL you want your subscribers to land on when they click on your notification.

5. Add action button: Add upto 2 buttons on your campaign to make it more interactive and give subscribers more options.

6. Add banner: Add the campaign banner so it suits you most.

And you only need to click Save to send out/put the campaign into the schedule.

Note: Campaigns cannot be stopped once you send them. So ensure that you have filled out all the fields and use the ‘Get Test Notification’ feature to check it out on your device before you send it to your subscribers.

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