Rewarding the reviewers is a great way to engage with your customers and encourage them to share their experiences.
- If you're on Shopify, we can generate the coupon automatically for you.
- If you're on WooCommerce, BigCommerce, Squarespace, and PrestaShop, you can add your own coupon codes to Judge.me.
With static coupons, the same coupon code will be used for every customer.
To use static coupon:
- Create the coupon code in your eCommerce platform.
- Add this created coupon in Judge. me in Settings > Rewards > Review coupons > Coupon Code (external codes).
Resources for reference:
- How to create discount codes in Shopify
- How to create coupons with WooCommerce
- Using coupon codes in BigCommerce
- Creating discounts in Squarespace
To turn off the Reward feature, you'll need to remove the static coupon first. Otherwise, you'll see the error below.
With dynamic coupons, each customer will receive a different coupon code taken from the codes you upload.
To use dynamic coupons:
- Create a coupon code in your eCommerce to use as a static coupon.
- Add this code in Judge. me in Settings > Rewards > Review coupons > Coupon Code (external codes) > Static coupon. When dynamic coupons run out, we will use the static coupon instead.
- Create other coupon codes in your eCommerce.
- If you're on Shopify, simply export these coupons into a CSV file. If you're on other platforms, you can prepare the CSV file following the steps below.
- Upload the file in Judge.me in Settings > Rewards > Review coupons > Coupon Code (external codes) > Upload more dynamic coupons.
CSV template to upload dynamic coupons
You can download the CSV template by clicking the button below:
Here's what each column in the CSV file means:
|code||required||the coupon code for each reviewer|
|expired_at||optional||the expiration date of the coupon (dd/mm/yyyy). We won't send coupons that have expired.|
|limit_send||optional||the number of times we can use this coupon (default value is 1).|