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- January 29, 2016
Text message coupons allow customers to keep all of their cost-cutting materials in one convenient place, and access them with the swipe of a screen. Paper coupons are either delivered by mail or handed to customers. Both methods require higher overhead costs, and are no more effective in reaching customers than are text message coupons. Through SMS coupon campaigns you can generate unique coupon code for each customer and integrate it with your sales software for further tracking.
STEP 1: Login to Your Account
Login to your account and click ‘Create Campaign’ on upper right corner of the dashboard and select ‘Coupon’.
STEP 2: Setup Your Coupon Campaign
Select the number from which you want to send the message.
Select campaign type (subscription or non-subscription).
First write campaign name.
Then create campaign keyword. Keyword must be memorable and relevant to the topic. E.g: DELIVERNOW
Set the number of coupon codes to generate. This will help to generate a unique coupon code for each customer.
Write the text message. E.g: Your FREE delivery coupon code is: [CODE] Info & Contact: http://ool.am/4cb4.Txt STOP to stop.
STEP 5: Preview, Launch, Test
After saving the campaign you can preview and launch it. Test the campaign before delivering the materials containing coupon info to your audience.
STEP 6: Distribute
Start distribute you message to your audience. It is up to you how to deliver the campaign keyword to particular audience.
STEP 7: Analyze
Go to statistics dashboard click on Analytics button under upper right dropdown menu.
Select the campaign you want to analyze.
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