Landing page for a photo contest on your own domain
- Set up a custom domain to host a landing page.
- Add image metadata to use it later on in the form of our landing page.
- Design the landing page for the photo contest.
- Connect the landing page to the new domain.
If you would like to launch a landing page on the custom domain, you are going to need an SSL Certificate.
Add custom domain
To start, visit your Project Settings and go to the Custom Domains tab.
In order to add a new domain, you will need several things: a domain name, private key, certificate, and a certificate chain.
After providing these details, proceed to set up the DNS Configuration (first download it) to allow users to find your domain and establish the target resource of your landing page (i.e. what should the landing page show).
If you've come across any obstacles during the process, contact your IT Department or get back directly to our support team.
Metadata lets you extend Voucherify with custom fields so that you can freely customize your campaigns.
In order to add new metadata, go to Project Settings → Metadata Schema → Publication or Customer tab → Add new definition.
Name the new property ( photo) and choose its type (image URL).
Click Add Property Definition and hit Save to confirm.
Design a landing page
Go to Landing Pages tab → Create a Landing Page (plus).
Select the template that you'd like to use. Let's go with Collect Subscribers.
Start designing your page.
After designing the logo and banner, move on to the Form Section and then Fields to add a new field image to our form.
Here, you can also remove fields that are not needed for participation in your contest, such as address or make some fields mandatory or optional.
Let's add photo metadata that we've created in the previous step and let's make it mandatory because we don't want users joining our program without uploading a photo.
Finish designing the landing page by modifying social follows CTAs and marketing permissions.
Then Save. Exit to confirm the landing page creation.
Connect the landing page with your custom domain
Now let's connect it with our custom domain.
Go to Details → Releases → Publish.
This is what you'll see when you are going to upload your photo.
Note that uploaded images should not be bigger than 15 MB.
After the upload is finished you are going to receive a notification about either successful or failed upload.
Now you can run campaigns based on photos with your own landing page and custom domain.