Now that you’ve completed setting up the actual pop-up, we strongly suggest that you set up the coupon reminder e-mails. This will create a sense of urgency with your customers.
- Find the section labeled Start Sending E-mail Reminders and choose a date from the calendar that you want to start sending automated reminder e-mails.
- Under Automatically Send Expiration Warning Email In (X) Days set it to 3.
- For Type of Expiration E-mail you can choose either default or custom. In order to get this live on your site as soon as possible we strongly suggest you use the default option. Once you’ve established this feature on your site, you can begin working with a custom e-mail.
- For the Confirmation Email Subject Text, we strongly suggest using something like Last Chance To Save 20% on My Art.
- Find the box labeled Lead Capture Expiration Warning E-mail and click on the button labeled Source.
- Copy the following Code.
Please Note: If you alter the HTML in the coding below in any way and it does not work, Technical Support cannot and will not have the ability to provide support. Please copy it exactly as it is.
<div style="border: 2px dotted black; padding: 20px; margin: 20px 30px; text-align: center; line-height: 30px;">Use this code at checkout:<br />
<span style="font-size: 30px;"><b>FIRST20</b></span></div>
<p style="text-align: center;">Use the code above to get <strong>20% off your first order</strong>.</p>
<p style="text-align: center;"><span style="font-size:16px;"><strong>Act quickly, because this discount expires today.</strong><b>.</b></span></p>
- Return to the box labeled Lead Capture Expiration Warning E-mail and paste the code you just copied.
- Click on the Source button again and make sure that everything appears correctly.
- Once you’ve made all of your changes and everything looks good, go ahead and click Save.
What are my next steps?
Once your e-mail automation is set up, you need to go ahead and create the coupon code! If you don't manually create that coupon it won't work when your customers enter it in. All of these e-mails also mention that the coupon has an expiration date, but in reality you'll want to set an infinite expiration date so you do not have to continuously return and update the coupon you create. To learn more about coupons and creating them, please review [Master Article] [For Everyone] How To: Use and Implement Coupons.