In order to use our apps you will need to add a site to your account. You should have already added a site during signup which will be your default.
Imagine a site is its own self contained area within Gleam. Each site has its own:
You should not attempt to mix competitions or rewards from multiple sites together, unless you are happy with the above.
This is a very common question that comes up, as naturally you want to run your campaigns in the most cost efficient way possible.
Firstly, Gleam does allow you to run unlimited campaigns under a single site, they can be:
So if you want to use a single site for all you campaigns then you are most welcome to do it that way.
You will need to be aware that there are a few limitations to doing it this way:
Adding multiple sites allows you to have a completely separate workspace for each brand.
Gleam makes it easy to add more sites. To add a new site simply click the dropdown in the left and navigation & select "Add Site"
Plans are specific to each Site, this means if you have multiple sites then you must pay separately for each app or if you have a Package it will apply to the entire Site.
When you add a new site you have the following options:
Gleam has default branding on the free plan that cannot be changed, upgrading to Pro will allow you to add your own branding then further upgrading to business will allow you to completely remove any references to Gleam in your captures, emails or widget.
The Site Settings > Integrations tab allows you to setup various integrations and also default integrations for use in your Site.
This can also be used to setup integrations with various email marketing providers which you can then use in your campaigns (without having to reconnect them each time).
Please note that setting up a email provider integration will not automatically enable sync, you must include a Subscribe to Newsletter action in your campaign to get consent from the user.
By default all your campaigns will contain Gleam branding inside the widget, on landing pages, in Facebook & also in the emails we send to users.
Hobby users can add Feature images to their campaign and also configure background colours or images, but the Gleam branding remains in the header and footer.
Upgrading to Pro will allow you to control the branding on your landing pages and emails. Users will still see the Powered By Gleam branding in the footer of the widget.
Captures and Gallery also contain subtle Gleam footer branding on Pro plans:
Business Plan users have the ability to remove Gleam branding from the widget & emails (except social logins). This will happen automatically when you upgrade.
Business and above also removes branding from Gallery and Capture campaigns.