The Boomerang: Loyalty Cards Module
In Select Modules click on Loyalty Card and then, under Customize Modules, change the settings to suit your client’s needs. Since the settings here are simply cosmetic and text you can easily try different setting. The top is simply a WYSIWYG module where you may (optionally) write a formatted description of your module and/or upload an image. On the bottom section you may leave the defaults or customize the look and feel of the module.
After you have saved the settings, head over to the App Dashboard and under Tools, click on the Loyalty Card icon to set configure your client’s card.
SAVE and then click on the Loyalty Card icon in the Tool Dashboard:
In the Loyalty Card Reward Manager configuration screen you will customize the reward. You may self-host your images, and if choosing to do that you will need to insert the URL for the hosted image. If you choose to have Skybuilder host your image, you will need to upload a suitable image that is indicative of the loyalty card. The image must be 640x960px. To get an idea of what Loyalty Cards images might look like – head over to Google or Bing images and scroll through the thousands of images you will get when you type in “loyalty card image.” The card can contain anything – from a brimming cup of coffee to a smiley face – just so long as the person who sees it knows it means they can come into the store and get a “loyalty” discount, freebie, gift, etc.
The QR Code is what the merchant will use to give to his customers. Just download that image and use it in-store, in news ads, on posters … anywhere to make it easy for the customer to scan and download the app loyalty card.
Under the Reward section you may view the Reward image, Carrot image and the Promo Text, as well as view the statistics for the card.
On the phone, the module will look something like the below (of course, your graphic image will be specific to your SMB app). I set this demo to activate the reward after 5 scans. Each time the user makes a purchase in the SMB’s place of business, the QR code (that you provided) is scanned and this automatically places a checkmark in the box. After the allocated scans have been used, the Claim Reward window pops up. Once the OK is clicked the first screen will pop up again (unless the merchant has replaced it with another) and it starts all over again.
The first image is the “carrot,” the second is the “reward.” Note: the term “carrot” image is an idiom that means to hold out a promise to get someone to do something you want them to do.