White Label Overview
Our platform can be 100% white labeled to match your agency's branding. This puts your agency front-and-center, and gives your clients a seamless agency experience across all of their interactions.
The white label features include the ability to customize logos, color schemes, and the user login URL, to remove all reference to AgencyAnalytics.
For agencies needing even more customization, we also give you the option to change the logos and colors for each campaign individually, and to send all scheduled reports from your own domain.
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White Label Logos
You can change all logos in our interface to match your agency's branding. Logos can be changed in your white label settings dashboard, which is available to the admin of your AgencyAnalytics account.
The interface logo is the image seen at the top left of all dashboards, and on your white label login screen. In most cases you'll want to use your agency's logo for this image.
The interface logo can be a PNG, JPEG, or GIF file, and we recommend a transparent background to blend with your color scheme. There are no width or height restrictions, although small images may appear pixelated. The interface logo is automatically resized to fit dashboards and login screens. The maximum file size is 250 KB.
The report logo is shown on all PDF and web-based reports. This logo is displayed as a large image on the cover page, and as a small image in the header of each subsequent page.
The maximum report logo file size is 100 KB, and we highly recommending using an SVG image to allow smooth zooming of PDF pages. If you're having trouble converting a PNG or JPEG image to SVG, feel free to contact us.
The icon logo is the image that appears as the favicon on web browsers, and as the icon when adding a dashboard link to a mobile device's home screen. These images must be exactly 196x196 pixels. Images must be in PNG file format, and the maximum file size is 100 KB.
White Label Color Options
The interface color settings allow you to match the color scheme of dashboards and web-based reports to your agency's branding. Colors can be changed in the white label settings dashboard of the admin account.
There are four different interface color options available:
- Primary Color: Used as the background color for the header of dashboards, and for the white label login screen.
- Secondary Color: Used for dashboard header links and the campaign pull down.
- Accent Color: Primarily used for buttons, highlighting widgets, and the active menu color.
- Link Color: Primarily used for links in tables.
Along with the option of specifying each color manually, we have some pre-made themes available. We'll also create a new theme option when you upload an interface logo (we'll automatically "guess" a matching color scheme based on the logo's colors).
Widgets have their own color options on the custom dashboard and in reports. These color options can be useful for highlighting important metrics, to group related widgets by color, or to match your dashboard's color scheme.
Widget color options are accessible in the widget's settings. The "My Brand" option uses the accent color from your interface color settings, and you'll also find a range of other preset color options.
White Label Login URL
All staff and client users will log in using a custom webpage, and there are two different options available when setting up this white labeled URL.
The custom login URL can be quickly set up as a custom subdomain based on the semi-white labeled domain clientseoreport.com (for example, you could use YourAgency.clientseoreport.com).
For full white labeling, you can set up a full custom domain based on your agency's URL (for example clients.YourDomain.com, or YourDomain.com/login). To do this, you'll need to create a CNAME record in your webhost's CPanel using your desired hostname (eg clients.yourdomain.com), and point the CNAME to 'cname.clientseoreport.com'. It will take up to a few hours to propagate.
All white label URLs offer native SSL/HTTPS functionality, with an SSL certificate generated automatically by our system.
Advanced White Label Features
Multiple white label profiles
Depending on your subscription level, you may have access to our multiple white label feature.
This allows you to change the logos and color schemes for each campaign individually. This is useful for customers who run multiple different agency brands, or for those wanting to co-brand with each of their clients.
You can access a campaign's logo and color settings via the "gear" icon at the top of the campaign.
Note that your account-wide white label settings will apply if you haven't specified that campaign's white label settings. To revert a campaign back to your account-wide setting, simply remove your campaign-specific logo or choose the "default" color scheme option.
Custom email address
By default, all reports are sent from the email address "email@example.com".
Depending on your subscription level, you may have the option of using a custom email address to send all reports. This means that clients will see reports as being sent from your own domain.
If you'd like to enable this setting, simply reach out to our support team.