FRIEND SHARE DEAL DOWNLOAD APP
How can the Deal Download App help you?
Run this app on your website, blog, Facebook, mobile site, or all of the above!
HOW DEAL DOWNLOAD CAN BE USED BY FAN PAGES:
Visitors to the Page tab must first share the deal with a friend, then they get access to the download. Download ideas include:
VIEW OF THE DEAL ON FACEBOOK:
The Friend Share Deal Download app is designed to help social marketers empower their fans to share with their friend networks in order to access a deal.
The App engages the fan to take action to get the deal download offer, incorporates a Facebook friend list tool for easy access to friend sharing, and allows the fan to post a message direct to a friend's News Feed.
TRACKING THE ROI:
The clicks and actions by those shared with tend to be higher since the messages comes from the trusted friend. This is a key value of Friend Share Deal Download!
So much better than simply giving a coupon away because of the sharing element that allows the offer to be spread farther and faster to friends of fans by the fans themselves!
FEATURES of this Deal App with Facebook Friend Integration:
TabSite apps offer full Facebook Promotion Policy compliance.
Note: A fan can share with ONE friend at a time. As well, it is required by Facebook that the Friend Share Deal Download have a skip button so that sharing is not the only method to access the deal. This is needed to comply with Facebook anti-spam policies and promotions using Facebook features. After sharing, the fan can share with another friend if they wish. It is simply one share to one friend at a time.
Step 1: To begin with, set the page to the Manager section and then choose the tab called Add App.
Step 2: Next, scroll down the page and stop at the Coupon Apps section. Locate the Friend Share Deal Download App and click the Add+ button.
After clicking the Add+ button, you will be directed to the App Builder settings page. The App Builder has 5 sub-settings namely Friend Share Deal Settings, Share Images, Sign-up Form, Thank You Message and Sharing Options.
Step 3: The Friend Share Deal Settings lets you create your deal offfer. First, upload any type of file that you will use for your deal offer. This file can be downloaded by site visitors after they have finished sharing the offer. The Deal Limit Settings show the total amount of deal provided to fans. There will be no limit if the quantity of deals has been set to 0.
Step 4: The Share Images sub-setting requires three images to upload; the Instruction Image, After Shared Image and Promotion Over Image. The Instruction Image lets you upload an image telling your site visitors to share the page. On the other hand, the After Shared Image enables those visitors who have already shared the image to know the details of the deal. Lastly, the Promotion Over Image let the visitors know if the limit has already been reached or if the the promo has already been expired. You can add your desired destination URL to the blank fields located below each uploading section.
Step 5: The Sign-Up Form displays the other options of the setting when the checkbox has been ticked. It saves as well as export the entered information of the users. After sharing the deal image, the form appears on the screen. In addition to that, the box that appears this option lets you include some elements to your sign-up form and the order they are to be exhibited. These choices are Text area and Image.
The input information boxes encompass blank fields intended for First Name, Last Name and Email. The last box for this section is the Submit Button Text where you can customize your desired text that will display to the button.
Step 6: The Thank You Message sub-setting lets you customize the exhibited thank you message after someone has submitted the Sign-up form.
Step 7: The Sharing Options sub-setting lets you customize the title, description and image of the promo that they can use for social sharing. The suggested input information would be a plain title, distinct description and the image that matches the promo's purpose.
Step 8: The Facebook Settings enable you to publish your app to several social networking platforms. What you have to do is key in your fan page, tab name and a tab logo with a recommended image size of 111 x 74 pixels (accepted image formats are jpg, png and gif).
There is a button found at the bottom-left corner called "Create Your Own Application." It exactly does the action just like what its name insists. After creating the application, it lets you enter the App ID and App Secret on the blank fields provided beside these variables.
The Promotion Tools has four sub-settings that can be modified in preparation for social media sharing. These are Social Sharing Options, Blog/Web Call-out Tool, Post Planning and Comment System.
Step 9: The first sub-setting for the Promotion Tools section is Social Sharing Options. With the aid of the Social media platforms offered in the page, you are able to modify the app. This app can be placed to any part of the page you wished to; top, bottom or both. The social networks that you can link your app with consist of Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Pinterest.
Take charge of the social networks you are linked to as the site administrator. You are enable to do the engagement procedure with Facebook's Like and Share feature, tweet using Twitter, +1 some contents on Google and Pin it the images on Pinterest.
Step 10: The Blog/Web Call-out Tool is the second sub-setting of Promotion Tools. An automatically-generated embed code coming from your uploaded image can be placed to your own website/blog or to any other site that requires your call-out image. When this is clicked by visitors, it will lead them to the tab you created on Facebook.
Step 11: The Post Planning sub-setting is enables you to schedule and publish your posts to social networks. To schedule your posts, you need to select from one of these scheduling services: Buffer, Sendible and Hootsuite. Before choosing one of these post-schedulers, see to it that you have save your page first. Due to its PC and mobile-friendly nature, the URL provided to the app is the SMART URL. It forwards to your created tab on Facebook.
Step 12: The Comment System enables you to edit the options involved in your comments. When the Enable Comment System is checked, the other options found below can be accessed. These options are "Allow visitors to sign-in to comment via Facebook or Form", "Comment Notification Emails" input information and a "Require comment approval" check button. Underneath the options, your comments can be managed with the use of the Manage Comments button.
Step 13: The Gates section lets you upload your Like Gate Image. The recommended size for upload is 810 x 810 pixels. The Like Gate Image functions as a checking tool for users visiting the page. It works this way: When the users are a fan of the page, the tab content will be displayed to them. If not, they will only see the Like Gate Image.
Step 14: The Advanced Setting enables you to upload to your app with the recommended size of 810 x 75 pixels for the header image. In addition to that, you can customize the color of your link, text and background as well. Also, default styles are provided for the CSS of the app that you can personally customize.
Step 15: The Language Setting has three sub-settings namely Friend Share, General and Comment System.
Step 16: The Friend Share Language Settings enables you to modify the default texts in each field with your own version. It has three main field boxes specifically Authentication & Notification, Friend Share Box and Deal Download Specific.
Step 17: The General sub-setting is the second one on the list. It has two drop-down menus namely "Like button language" and "Tweet button language". These drop-down menus have several languages listed in it. Also, you can modify the text for your Share button by entering your desired text to the box provided.
Step 18: The last sub-setting for Language are the Comment System and Errors. You can customize the texts intended for your comment system by replacing the default ones to your desired texts. Save the changes later.
Step 19: The Global Options comprise the Mobile Settings. These options include "Render desktop version on mobile" and "Use like gate on mobile device". The former lets users of mobile phones and gadgets to gain access with the app's content in a version that is mobile-friendly. Meanwhile, the latter lets users to display the same information in a like gate image. Reminder: Not all apps work with Mobile Difference.
Step 20: The Analytics section enables you to track down the traffic your app receives and where this traffic is coming from. It has numerous graphs representing the different sources of traffic like Overview, Facebook Views, Web Views, Mobile Views, Microsite Views, Shares, Likes and Friend Shares.
The graphs for Facebook Views, Web Views, Mobile Views, Microsite Views all look like this one
This is how the graphs for Shares, Likes and Friend Shares display when viewed
Step 21: Press the green “Save” button after doing all the necessary changes with the settings
Step 22: After clicking the Save button, the page will lead you to the My Apps tab. This is where you can view all the tabs you have created. You can create another app, test it and finally, publish it consistent with your Plan features.
Step 23: Click "Publish" to undergo the procedure of publishing your app to your site or Facebook fan page.