Setting Up Your Brand in ActiveDEMAND

The brand is one of the most important assets you have in AD as it consolidates the stylistic elements of the account as well as your logo's tag lines etc.


When an account is created in ActiveDEMAND, it sets up the basics of a brand. If you have included your domain name or URL in the account setup, ActiveDEMAND will automate the process of pulling in your logos, estimating some of the colors, etc.


Let's set up your brand:

From the left main menu, got to Assets -> Brands -> select the 'pencil/edit' iconBrands.png

  1. Attributes 
    1. Name: can be the same as the account name
    2. URL: main domain name
    3. Phone: referenced from the account settings or any of the static call tracking numbers are accessible here
    4. Address Information: important because it can be referenced as your footer information
  2. Tagline: important because it is referenced as an object inside many of the assetsAttributes.png
  3. Styles
    1. Each are referenced and displayed on the right side
      1. Web Preview shows basic style preview for landing pages
      2. Email Preview shows basic style preview for emails
  4. there are shortcodes that reference each individual style element within a landing page or emailStyles.png
  5. Images
    1. Favicons
      1. shows up at the top of landing pages on tabs and some email templates
      2. size of image should be 25x25 or 75x75
    2. Logo
      1. referenced in landing pages or footer
      2. transparent png 250x200
    3. Email Header
      1. shows in lead notifications sent out of ActiveDEMAND and autoresponder default templates
      2. jpeg 600x150



Advanced Brand

The Brand Object has two modes, basic and advanced. If you choose the advanced brand option on the brand, this will give you full control over the defaults across all assets in your account. Ensure you review all assets if you are switching from the basic brand to the advanced brand. 


For advanced brand users, consider learning about Setting up and using Brand Custom Fields




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