Campaign creator


The default notification icon is a bell.

If you want to set your default icon (like website logo), go to the Project Settings tab, where you can add your image.

You can also upload any campaign icon by clicking Upload Image.


Depending on the type of browser your subscribers use, you have a limited number of characters to employ in your web push notifications. How well you use the space available will directly impact the effectiveness of your campaigns.

Notifications can be enhanced by the addition of emojis as well. Just click on the symbol you want to use in the title or message.

Redirect URL

After being clicked on, push notifications transfer subscribers to a predetermined online address. If, for example, your notification is about a new post on your site, the link should take them to that post.


If your site is integrated with Google Analytics and you want to follow traffic to your site originating from PushPushGo, add UTM parameters to your notifications. Just tick the “Use UTM” checkbox during the campaign configuration process and complete these fields:

  • Campaign source: the engine, provider or other source that generates the campaign (default value is “pushpushgo”)

  • Campaign medium: set it to "push" or "web push" to distinguish it from email or other mediums you use in your marketing activities

  • Name or title that will identify a specific campaign

Big image

Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge allow adding larger graphics to web push notifications.

Bear in mind that when larger graphics are used, the space available for text content is reduced to a single line. Use this option carefully. Large graphics can obscure the point of the campaign and shouldn’t be used too often.

When creating notifications with large graphics, i.e. rich push, we recommend using an image with a size of 1000x500 px. It will then display correctly on all operating systems.

Action buttons

Google Chrome offers more options for web push notifications in the form of actions.

We can add up to two action buttons to the notification. You can configure a different text and redirect link on each button.

You could, for example, ask subscribers about their level of satisfaction with the notifications they receive and direct those who are less satisfied to a dedicated landing page with questions about how you can change the content to make them happier.

You can find detailed information about clicks and other statistics for specific actions in your campaign reports.

Required interaction

Marking the “Required interactions” checkbox means that notifications sent through Google Chrome will not disappear until they are clicked on or manually closed. Selecting this option can significantly increase the CTR of your campaign. This is because the recipient has the opportunity to read your message when they have the time to do so.

If "Required interactions" is selected, at least one action button must be added to the notification. Otherwise, Google Chrome will automatically add a "Close" button to your notification, which may reduce the effectiveness of the mass campaign.

Campaign draft

Remember that at each step of creating a campaign, you can save it as a draft and finish it later. Just click the "Save draft" button, and your saved notification will appear in the Campaigns tab.

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