When editing a campaign, you have the option to change the Template, Brand Color, Display Agent, and any additional postcard details. Any changes made will only impact that individual postcard.
If you want to edit the card, hit EDIT to make changes. Below we cover the main areas where most people edit postcards.
You'll find a large array of editing options on the left of your postcard including changing the front and back of the card templates (or mix & match), editing the colors, changing postcard size, re-arrange photos, uploading different photos, changing text, changing the font, adding shapes, and more.
Click to change anything. Drag and drop to move anything like images or text boxes.
Change the Text
The default view will have the edit pencil icon. Change text by simply clicking on to anywhere in the postcard and typing. As soon as you click on any text on the postcard, you'll notice text options appear at the top to change font, size, transparency, alignment, and position.
Change the Display Agent
The agent who displays on your postcards can easily be updated by selecting an agent from your Brivity user list on the left of the editing options. This will load the new agent, their name, and their contact information onto the postcard.
Change the Call to Action
Every postcard will have a Call-to-Action (CTA) for people to follow when they get the postcard. This could be a URL to "See the price and photos" or "Find your home's value", and you'll need a link ready to add to the form. In your initial settings, you can make a standard CTA, and here you can change it to something else.
To change the standard CTA, click on the left on "Customize call to action url". If you don't see where to change it, just scroll down further after selecting the option.
Make the CTA a Kwkly code - "Text [XCODE] to 59559 to get your home's value"
If you want to make your CTA reference a Kwkly Code or some other CTA, then turn off the CTA url option, and change the CTA on the postcard. (Before doing this, confirm your unique Kwkly code to use and where you want it to lead with our support team via firstname.lastname@example.org or through chat in the lower right of your account. )
1. Change the CTA url to Hide Call to Action
2. Edit the two CTAs on the card via Text to change them to the new Call To Action
Best CTAs match the call. Here are some examples of good CTAs:
If your call to action says, "See the price and photos", then you can search your Brivity website for the property and use the url at the top of your browser.
If your CTA is "Find your home's value", then you can use the home value page url at the top of that page. Normally you can find it by adding /home_value to your Brivity url like https://mywebsite.com/home_value.
If you want leads to go you, be sure to use your subdomain to find properties on your website to share or add /home_value to the end of it.
Add Additional Text
If you need to add an additional section, use the T for text icon on the left.
Save Your Changes
Play around with your settings and options to become more comfortable with the editor. When you're done making changes, SAVE in the upper right.
Exit the Postcard Editor
To Exit and go to send the campaign, you will want to click the BACK button on the top left.
*Once a campaign is edited and Saved, it is considered “locked” meaning that IDX updates like price changes will no longer modify this postcard.
*Changes to Team or Personal Customizations will not impact this campaign.