Improve your sales with gift vouchers, enhanced discount coupon features, take flexible donation amounts or offer 'Pay What You Want' pricing.
Online promotions are a great way to enhance customer brand loyalty via money off or percentage off discounts for loyal customers or promotional give-aways.
Merchants need to have as many options as they can in today's commercial climate to keep up with customer expectations.
Promotions are a great way to keep existing customers interested, promote new ranges of products and attract new buyers.
Create discount coupons and vouchers with ease.
Gift vouchers may be limited to a one-time use or a fixed number of times.
Discount codes and coupons can have unlimited usage.
Many businesses are using sites such as Wowcher and GroupOn for sales promotions. ShopIntegrator's new bulk discount code and voucher code import option takes the strain out of managing thousands of discount codes.
The new donate button has obvious uses for charity sites and non profit organisations for collecting donations and sponsorship etc. such as church, charity, personal charity, local interest groups, school and museum sites.
The option to donate money or to effectively 'choose' a value can be utilised for many different payment types, with customers entering the amount they wish to pay or donate and the organisation having control over the minimum amount which will be accepted.
From the voluntary sector through to the commercial market ShopIntegrator's new Donate ecommerce button offers greater flexibility for collecting money online.
Studies have also shown that including a charitable contribution in 'pay what you want' transactions increases buyer willingness to pay as they feel more in control of what they wish to give.
Many musicians find loyal fans are often willing to pay more when they buy music from their favourite band's website instead of through a third party, such as iTunes.
'Pay what you want' pricing is gaining a significant place in the niche creative media market.
More and more software and music sites selling downloads are using a flexible 'pay what you want' pricing strategy to increase their sales.
Music fans especially like buying direct from their favourite bands website. Buyers directly support their favourite bands, often willing to support their favourite band by paying more than the minimum price. A musician selling direct to their fans avoid third party sales commission, such as the hefty charges imposed by iTunes.