Twitter Direct Messages
Publish Direct Messages allows a campaigner to publish a private direct message to a list of people to their Twitter Handles or Twitter UIDs.
Your FastStats Designer Model must include Twitter Uids
Click on the status control icon and, from within the Plan tab window, select Edit
For more information on Campaign Status in Plan mode. Click here - Plan
Drag and drop a New People Campaign into your Campaign Area.
Twitter Direct Messages are different to other Twitter posts as it uses People Campaign
The Twitter Direct Message campaign has the People Watermark in the bottom right hand side of the campaign window.
Once a Campaign Area has been created, look to the library to start designing your campaign:
Drag and drop a New Audience onto your blank Campaign
A Twitter Direct Message uses a FastStats Selection.
Drag and drop the applicable Selection from the library into the campaign
Drag and drop a New Message from the Library’s Message Processes folder into the campaign and draw a line from the Audience to the Content step within the Message.
Add the following information into the Content step using the following labels
Title - This is not visible on the Tweet but is the name of the Tweet sent to Twitter
Text - This is the text which will appear in the Tweet
Image - URL of the Image - required
Media - URL of the video content - required
Click on the Delivery step within your campaign to zoom and centre it on the screen.
From the Deliveries folder in the Library, choose the applicable social channel which has been set up for the Twitter Handle.
Drag and drop the channel into the Delivery step in your campaign
A preview of the post will automatically display in the Delivery step.
In the bottom right of the Delivery step is an envelope icon, this also allows you to preview the post before sending it