With Sales notifications, you can display recent sales to build trust with your website visitors.

Nextsale's campaign builder allows you to customize every aspect of Sales notifications like:

  • Display your customers' first, last or full name, or even anonymize customer data

  • Target visitors by displaying countries, provinces, cities, locations, or country flags they're from

  • Show purchased product titles and images with filter tags.

Here is a quick start guide to create your first Sales notifications campaign to create Social Proof.

Create Sales notifications campaign

1. Sign in to your Nextsale account and click on the "Add new campaign" button.

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On the new campaign page, you'll be presented with the types of pre-built campaigns you want to quick-publish.

2. Choose "Sales notifications" by clicking on the "Create" button.

Note: all these pre-built campaigns are backed up by the best-performing practices.

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3. Once you pushed the "Create" button, you'll be directed to the builder page for design and settings customizations. You can skip this step, and leave the pre-set settings as default and quickly publish the campaign by clicking on the "Publish" button.

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After publishing, you'll be directed to the Campaigns page. Here, a success message will appear, and the last published campaign will be listed as first.

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Note: if you don't have any data, the alert message will appear, and no notification will be displayed on the page.

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How to rename a campaign?

By default, your campaign will be named "Sales notifications".

The quickest way to change the published campaign's name is to hover over the campaign you want to rename on the Campaigns page and click on the pencil icon (✎) to change the name, then, click "Enter" or anywhere else.

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