This is how the dashboard works.
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QOOBIX’s landing pages representing your advertising campaign are full-responsive; however, in order to create and manage your campaigns, you must use a desktop or laptop computer.
When you log into QOOBIX you are welcome by the Dashboard. You all know what a dashboard is, no need for further explanations.
You can see 4 functions, each hinting at a specific process, CREATE CAMPAIGNS, SUMMARY, REWARDS, CHECK OUT FOR MORE…
Everything is plainly explained. So, you click on Create Campaigns to start a new campaign, on Summary to explore and check your active campaigns, and on Rewards to manage rewards and redemptions. Moreover, you might need to know more tips, take part in the discussion, get help, etc., and so you are invited to check out this blog for further explanations.
We are committed to improving the current features and, of course, adding more. Yes, we are already in it!
So then, if you have started campaigns, they appear below on the page at your dashboard.
As you can see from the image above, you can filter drafts or published campaigns.
A very intuitive table defines the fields for the campaign, (ID, Title, Start Date, Expiration, Category, Status).
Once the campaign is published it cannot be edit anymore. Of course, you can delete it, if any. To edit a draft just click on the word “Draft” corresponding to the campaign you want to edit.
In order to check your campaigns performance, click on the SUMMARY function on your dashboard.
You’ll see a list of your published campaigns. The functions in red called Switches, indicate Open (click to open your landing page, new tab); Off (click off if you want to suspend a campaign, then click On to reactivate); Browse (click here if you want to check into the steps of your campaign, however, you cannot edit anything once published). Other important information here is represented by Rewards (the number of people who clicked on the padlock icon at your landing page in order to win the reward); Views (how many people viewed your campaign); Newsletter clicks (how many clicks you’ve got from newsletters).
This function will take you to the Reward page.
Here, you can reward your customers. When customers apply to a campaign by clicking the padlock icon to get rewarded, they receive a code. This code consists of the user’s PIN and the campaign ID, e.g. 1234.9876 being the first 4 digits the user’s PIN and the latter your campaign ID. Therefore, when customers want to collect their reward, they must give you that number, which you type into the search box at the “Rewards” page.
In few words, this function is useful when you run campaigns that provide a limited number of rewards, like a contest, for example. You then need to crosscheck if they are eligible for the reward.
This picture above shows a part of the reward delivery process that helps manage customers redemption. Check this post for further information.
On the top right you can see the user menu marked by your username, in this case is Sienda. The feed icon on the right is there to show the number of people following you on QOOBIX (your followers).
When you click on the user name, a pop up menu appears. It includes the functions as seen on the image above.
As you can see, everything is really so simple and intuitive.
Profile is where you insert your business information and where you can activate your UID (paid feature). Check here for further details
You can also add your website, blog and social profiles (facebook, twitter, g+, instagram, linkedin) that will appear at the bottom of your campaigns (landing page).
Stores is a simple archive for you to add stores and places to let your customers know where they can find you.
If yours is not a brick-and-mortar shop (street-side business), then you obviously don’t need this function.
If you manage a chain business, for example a retail chain, then you will certainly insert more than just one store. In case you publish a campaign that is valid throughout your chain, you can add a store called “Any of our stores” or “Any store” or “Our stores in London” or whatever you like in order to hint that that offer is available at any store of your chain. This way the landing page will show, for example, “Any store” under Visit
Needless to say, when adding a generic store—e.g. “Any store”—you do not have to add any address, although you might want to specify country and/or region.
It is not possible to edit Stores, so you have to delete them and insert new ones as occasion requires.