Coupon continuity makes the shopper’s job easier since they don’t have to retrieve the discount code from anywhere. Any time a consumer has to leave your site creates an opportunity for them not to return. In addition, it incentivizes the visitor to make a purchase because they have a constant reminder of the discount. Reduce friction and barriers to purchase by reflecting the code on-site that initially drove them to click.
For example, let’s look at Blush, a cosmetics company who mainly interacts with their audience on social media platforms like Facebook and Instagram. Because their industry is highly visual, their target audience is extremely active on social media — sharing reviews, tips, and tricks.
Blush ran a paid social campaign to drive consumers to their site and wanted different coupon codes to be shown based on the social platform source. To echo these experiences on their site, they targeted traffic sources based on UTM parameters.
Using the Justuno Basic Rules to set up these promotions, Blush did the following:
That’s it! For these promotions, we suggest a banner since they’re the least intrusive but still prominently display the coupon code to the visitor.
That’s how simple it is to match up your marketing efforts and elevate your brand experience even more for your customers. Trust is key to closing online sales, make sure you’re building confidence in your brand through consistent and thoughtful messaging.
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