Control all your offers from one single dashboard and give your users another reason to trust your business.
All these offers are handled inside your Ordering Dashboard > Marketing > Promotions Enterprise.
What is this?
This is a panel where you will control all the promotions of all the stores you have in your marketplace; these promotions are specific according to your marketing strategy, up to the point where you can set up certain delivery zones to get promotions rather than others.
Or enable the promotion on your website, but not your customer app, and more settings to allow your marketplace to increase their sales.
This is how it looks for your customers.
This is the screen your customers will see at checkout where they put the coupon to take the discount.
Ad this is how it looks when you as a marketplace owner set an automatic discount according to certain criteria, in this example, we have set a 50% in an order with a minimum purchase of $100.
If you click on the information icon you'll see more details of the offer.
This is how you set these offers up
Inside your Ordering Dashboard > Marketing > Promotions Enterprise
Once you are here in, to set a new promotion, you'll start with General.
Here you are setting the basic information of this offer, such as:
· This is internal information, use these as identifiers.
· If multiple offers have the same or very similar benefits, you decide which offer should take over instead of the other ones.
Check or not if this offer is Allowed to be combined with other offers (discount/coupon).
Continue with Sites:
Here you'll see all the products you have enabled in your project, and you have the power to enable this offer specifically by product.
Then, we have Businesses:
All the businesses added to your marketplace will show here, and according to your offer specifications, enable or disable the stores that this offer will apply.
Check and uncheck stores at will.
Last but not least, the essence of your offers, the Rules:
Let's break it down by actions right here.
These included Subtotal, Delivery Fee & Service Fee.
· Subtotal: These offers will apply to the subtotal of the orders, meaning that if this order applies, the discount will be only for the subtotal of the order.
· Delivery Fee: These offers will apply only to the delivery fee, the rest of the amounts in your orders won't get a discount.
· Service Fee: These offers will apply only to the service fee, and won't affect any other amounts in the orders.
Here you'll specify if the discount will be calculated on percentage or by price (amount), and the value is according to the discount, for example; if you have a percentage discount type and value of 50, the discount will be 50%
· Percentage: This applies a % discount on the orders according to the value, if the value is 50 the percentage will be 50%.
· Price: This applies to an amount according to the value, if the value is 50, it'll discount $50 (or any currency you use).
How it's going to be applied?
Configure how will this apply, and how customers will apply these offers.
Set if you want to show the coupon field in the cart, or only view it at checkout, and write down the coupon code, you can use this to your advantage with some creative wording.
These coupons will only apply if your customer writes it and click the apply button.
These are automatic discounts that will apply to each order if the conditions apply, for example, if you set a condition that this discount applies only if the order is over $100, this discount will only be applied if that is met (over $100).
These are advanced rules that will be applied to your promotions, read one by one how each works.
· Assign the discount to a specific product, you'll see all the products listed in your marketplace, you can either select one or multiples.
· Set a limit of the times that coupon or automatic discount will apply by order, these times are discounted until the order is placed.
· Set a limit on the time a user can use the same coupon code or discount, with this you'll give everyone a chance to take your promotions, and enjoy your platform.
· Set a limit on the orders that can be placed with the discount or coupon by the user.
· Establish if this promotion will take all payments, just cash, or only a few of the multiple payment gateways you have.
· Set a maximum amount of discounts that can be placed, this will guarantee your marketplace not to give items for free when multiple offers may apply.
· Set a promotion according to the location of your users, imagine you have multiple delivery zones and you are looking to test a strategy in one of them, well this is where you configure it, select the zone you want to try and activate it.
· There are multiple order types, such as; pickup, delivery, curbside, drive-thru, and eat-in, select the ones you need the promotion applies on, for example, if you have a promotion in-store, you can enable only eat-in for that promotion.
· Decide if some of your customers might get an offer a few minutes after they've just purchased, kind of like up-selling and remarketing.
· Establish what would be the minimum amount in the order for the promotion to apply.
As Always, Happy Ordering.