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Last updated: 12-09-2023

FAQ: Marketing

How much control can we have over how our page looks?

We have a variety of different templates in our library, which you can use to create a page. All templates give you the option to display a logo in the header, change the interface colours and choose a message format. Some templates also give you the option to upload custom images or photos into the design, change the background, or offer a range of colour options on objects.

If you want to incorporate your own images into a page, look for any of these symbols in the Template library:

What branding can we add to a page?

You can add a logo to the header of any page. On fundraising pages, the default logo displayed is the charity's main logo. Non-profit and Group accounts can also apply their brand colours to the interface, buttons and messages on pages.

Can supporters share their messages on social media?

Yes. As well as being able to share the page directly, every message also has its own URL. This can be shared easily on social media or by email by clicking the share icon directly on the message.

In Page Settings, you can set an image to be displayed when a page or message is shared, and also customise the default Tweet when your page is shared on Twitter, including adding hashtags and handles.

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