Simple geo-located coupon campaign
Geolocation allows you to tailor your coupon marketing strategy to customer's location 🌎
With Voucherify you may launch a more precise geo-located campaign with real-time geo-targeting using integrations or static campaigns based on customer's country, city or postal code.
This tutorial is going to show you how to launch a static geo-located coupon campaign based on predefined customer location 🛰️
What are we going to do? 🤔
- Create a customer segment based on the country.
- Create a coupon code for $20 off for a specific product.
- Launch manual distribution for customers from Ireland.
What do you need?💡
Have a product in Voucherify that you'd like to offer only to a specific part of your customer base - we chose to add a limited edition t-shirt designed for St. Patrick's Day available only to our Irish customers ☘️
Create a customer segment for Irish customers 🇮🇪
To create a segment go to the Customers tab and select proper criteria for your segment.
First name your segment, then choose between static and auto-update segment*.
*What's the difference? 🤔
In the case of the auto-update segment, as you will attract more customers, they will be automatically added to customer segments if they meet the segment's criteria; whereas the static segment remains the same and contains the customers selected from a list during its creation.
We want our discount to be valid only for customers on our list and we don't wish to extend the campaign to new Irish customers to control our budget.
Then select the criteria of the segment: "Country is Ireland".
Hit SAVE and move on to creating a campaign ➡️
Create a coupon campaign 🛍️
To create a unique codes campaign, go to the Campaigns tab → Create a Campaign (plus) → Bulk codes campaign.
Start with providing general details on your campaign:
- name (go here to find some inspiration for naming your campaign),
- vouchers counts and redemption limits,
- code pattern,
- auto-update mode (enable/disable).
💡 We highly advise checking the Auto-Update option to that Voucherify automatically extends your campaign with new vouchers if you run out of the original pool of codes
Next, define the type and value of your discount:
Go here to learn more on how to create time-sensitive vouchers ⏰
The 4th step of the coupon creation process is crucial as it is here where we're going to establish proper validation rules.
Move on to set up proper validation rules:
- the coupon is available only to the given customer segment [Irish Customers],
- the coupon is valid only on a particular product [St. Patrick's T-shirt].
Hit SAVE ✅ to confirm your validation rules after naming them.
The last step is to optionally add metadata to your campaign. Go here if you'd like to learn more about metadata and improved reporting it offers.
Well done👍Now, let us proceed with manual code distribution to our Irish clients ☘️
Send emails with discount coupons to your Irish customer base 📧
To create a distribution, go to the Distributions tab → Create Distribution (plus).
Choose Manual Message as we'd like to target only selected customers once.
Next, state what's the purpose of your messages. Our goal is to send unique codes from the campaign that we've created in the previous step (" St. Patrick's Special").
In the 3rd step choose a particular customer or a customer segment that you'd like to send a message to. In our case, it's Irish Customers.
We also advise you to segment your audience based on marketing permissions to avoid spam report and privacy violations🔒
In the 4th step, title your message.
In the 5th step choose your distribution channel (email) and design your message.
You can choose between the default template and a configurable flyer with more customization options, such as colors, CTAs, social media buttons, and more.
Here's an example of an email message you can create:
Confirm the distribution with SEND 🥰
Good job! 🥳 You've just launched a customer segment-specific coupon based on a predefined location 🌎
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