When your supporters are taking action in an effort, they'll normally start at the effort's landing or hub pages. (Please note: the Effort's landing page is not the same as the Landing Pages feature. The Landing Pages feature is separate, though similar, to efforts and Landing Pages also have their own landing and hub pages.)
Effort's Hub Page
The first public page for your effort is the hub page. The hub page includes a list of all the petitions in the effort that have been moderated to good or above. (To view the effort's hub page, go to the effort's admin page (admin homepage > Efforts > name of your effort) and click Hub Page.)
Effort's Landing Page
The effort's landing page – sometimes called its map page - is the other public page for your effort. On this page, the campaigns included in the effort are represented on a map. (To view the effort's landing page, go to the effort's admin page (admin homepage > Efforts > name of your effort) and click Landing Page.)
What are the differences between landing and hub pages?
|Hub Page||Landing Page|
|Page Display||The top of the page includes a search box and effort progress stats. Unlike the Landing Page, the hub page includes the effort's description and its image. Petitions are shown in a list.||Petitions are shown in clickable map and visitors can also use the search box. Effort progress stats are shown on the page. Unlike the hub page, the sidebar includes a brief introduction to the templatized campaign model.|
|Campaign Leadership||Users CANNOT create new campaigns or become leaders of existing campaigns from this page.||If the effort is set up to allow member leadership, then users will be able to create new campaigns and/or become leaders of existing campaigns from this page only.|
|Signing a Campaign||Users can click a campaign from the list or enter a search query to filter the list of campaigns. Upon choosing a campaign, they'll be brought to the campaign's signature page.||Users who enter a search query are shown a results page which allows them to become a campaign leader (depending on settings) or sign the campaign. Clicking a petition marker on the map will also lead to this results page. From the results page, if the user clicks the button to sign a campaign, they'll be brought to the signature page.|
Next we'll look at the member experience of efforts.