Updated: Nov 22
NOTE: This functionality is only accessible to Blizzard & Tornado subscribers.
SoSha offers a variety of options to customize your campaigns with your own unique branding. Below is the list of ways you can truly maximize branding on your SoSha campaigns:
Our Whitelabeling tab is your "one-stop-shop" to implement personalized branding across your SoSha campaigns. This menu allows you to manage and customize all your whitelabeling preferences including logos, Favicons, default landing page images, and related text.
The Whitelabeling tab is found under the 'Admin' tab on the SoSha dashboard.
To learn more about the various whitelabeling features we have available to implement, here is a detailed slideshow outlining each image and text whitelabeling feature available.
CUSTOM URL - For Tornado and Enterprise subscribers
Every SoSha campaign has a social toolkit that you can share with your networks. This social toolkit is normally hosted on a SoSha-branded URL. However, Tornado and Enterprise subscribers can change the URL of the social toolkit to better align with their brand. This customization can also be purchased as an add-on to any subscription tier.
Here are the steps you can take to customize your campaign's URL:
Choose your sub-domain name for your platform. The chosen sub-domain together with your registered domain name specifies the URL for your customized platform.
For example: app.speechifai.tech
Share with us the chosen sub-domain and your registered domain name and we will set everything up, generating your customized web address on our servers!
To obtain an SSL certificate, you will need to validate ownership of your domain. To do this, create a CNAME record with details provided by us.
After completing Step 3, we'll provide you with the information you need to create a CNAME record linking your chosen sub-domain to our platform.
Go to the domain registration site (i.e. GoDaddy, Domain.com, etc.) you use to create the CNAME record.
Feel free to reach out to email@example.com for support with getting set up.