Do you have a particular image or a new campaign visual that you want the world to see? Or would you like your advocates to share a post with multiple photos from your latest company event? With Ambassify's Share campaign, you can easily provide your audience with the visual(s) and enable your ambassadors to share it with their social networks directly.
How does it work?
Create campaign and select the
Like, comment or share our content campaign type in the catalog. From there, hit the
browse button, upload your visual(s), then click "Next".
Supported formats: Jpeg, PNG, WebP
When you upload one image it looks like this:
When you upload multiple images at once, it looks like this:
Next up, you can customize your campaign as you please, by adding a description and rewards, and targeting the right audience.
You can choose whether you want to display the content preview on the campaign page or not.
Depending on if API sharing is enabled/disabled in your account, there are a few more settings to consider.
API sharing is enabled:
As an admin, you don't have to configure the
sharingsettings for the channels supported by the API share (LinkedIn, LinkedIn Company Pages, Twitter, Facebook Pages).
Adding a default message for each network is common when sharing (an) image(s). This way, your advocates share the image with a context-providing message
For Linkedin, LinkedIn Company Pages, Twitter, and Facebook Pages, users will be able to share the image straight from the campaign, and the image(s) will show directly in their feed / on their wall (together with the sharing copy and/or default message).
API sharing is disabled
If you add networks to share on that don't support API sharing (E.g., Whatsapp, Facebook personal profiles, Instagram, Pinterest, ...), you will have to configure your sharing settings for these networks: open your campaign in
edit campaign> scroll down to
Preview settingsand fill in the title, description, and illustration. The preview contains the elements in the campaign preview and what will show on social media.
For the networks that don't support API sharing, users will get a classic pop-up to share images. This means they will share a link to the image(s) on their feed instead of sharing the image itself
Shares are not verified
Tip: sharing GIF visuals
You can use the "Share an Image" campaign to upload a GIF when combined with API share. This is a great way to share short videos and animated visuals. Moreover, GIF videos are shown in-feed on social networks (e.g., LinkedIn); they start playing automatically, play in a loop, and therefore catch more attention. It is ideal when you want to share animations that play in a sequence. Just to remind you, this is only possible via API share. In any other case, it is impossible due to the limitations set by social media websites.