Swipp Standard Widget Quick Start Guide


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This is the Swipp Standard Widget Quick Start guide. This user guide outlines the steps needed to create Swipp Standard Widgets that can be dropped into websites, blogs and any digital content allowing you to get instant feedback about your products, messages and offers. This guide also covers how to manage your dashboard and how to integrate Swipp widgets into Wordpress, Blogger and other common blog and content management systems.

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Swipp Standard Widget Quick Start Guide

  1. 1. Standard Widget Quick Start Guide
  2. 2. Once you’ve created your Swipp Plus account and logged in at http://plus.swipp.com, you’ll see the widget market screen. If you’re ready to get the code, click create widget. 2 Your first visit to the Swipp Widget Market Create widget
  3. 3. 3 Creating a Standard Widget Click ‘generate widget code’ Copy the widget code to the clipboard, then paste it into your site Select from two different styles for the widget Upload a square photo to use as a thumbnail image
  4. 4. 4 Previewing a Standard Widget Click the swipp button to preview your widget
  5. 5. 5 Using My Dashboard Clicking any topic name in this column will bring up a detailed data viewer for that topic
  6. 6. 6 Analyzing topics in the Data Viewer Global Swipp statistics Select region, time- frame or gender - click “results” to refresh page Zoomable map Swipp volume and average score over time Swipp average by gender Swipp stream with verbatim comments Number of swipps by swipp value Each topic in your dashboard can be analyzed in the data viewer, giving you insight into what the world thinks about that specific topic. You can explore topic information by region, gender, demographic and time dimensions, as well as see verbatim information from comments.
  7. 7. 7 Deleting topics from the Dashboard Deleting a topic will remove the topic from your dashboard. The swipps and global swipp data are not deleted. If you want to delete a topic from the dashboard, click the trash can that pops up when you hover over a topic row.
  8. 8. 8 Widgets in the Wordpress sidebar Putting a widget in the sidebar of a Wordpress blog is very straightforward. From your Wordpress admin page, go to Appearance > Widgets, and place a Text widget in your sidebar. Then, paste the widget code into the body of that Text widget and click “Save.”
  9. 9. 9 Putting widgets into Wordpress posts Putting a widget in a Wordpress post is straightforward, with one catch...you need to be in “Text” mode for this to work. While editing your post in “Text” mode, paste the widget code directly into the body of your post and hit “Save.” NOTE: Wordpress automatically strips any widget code from a post if you switch from “Text” to “Visual” mode. This is a Wordpress “feature,” and not a Swipp constraint.
  10. 10. 10 Putting widgets in the Blogger sidebar Putting a widget in your Blogger sidebar requires adding an HTML/JavaScript gadget to your sidebar in the Layout editor, and then pasting the widget code into the “content” area of the gadget. Click “Layout” Choose HTML gadget After placing the gadget in your sidebar, edit the gadget and paste the widget code into content area
  11. 11. 11 Putting widgets in Blogger posts Putting a widget in a Blogger post is crazy-simple. Just paste the widget code into the body of your post in “HTML” mode and save the post.
  12. 12. 12 Other websites and platforms Widgets can be placed into nearly any type of website, from blogging platforms to content management systems to hand-crafted sites. If you come up with any great examples of innovative places you’ve integrated widgets, we’d love to hear about them! Email us at business@swipp.com.
  13. 13. Swipp is a trademark of Swipp Inc. The Swipp UI, Data Structure, Platform and System are Patent Pending, No. 61/724,229 All other registered trademarks or trademarks are property of their respective owners.