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Configuring a boost is extremely easy. When creating your “boost” you define an action that will be executed automatically in the customer account when they meet certain conditions in a particular loyalty program campaign allowing you to boost traffic to your business.
Promote bonus points for purchases made during particular dates/hours creating that exact boost that your business needs during slow times.
A Boost is an action that will be executed automatically in all customer accounts that belong to a Loyalty Program Campaign when they meet certain conditions.
A $10 reward will be loaded in the customer account for each 1000 points earned.
Allows you to create a Temporary Boost which is a Boost that will be active only during a certain date/time frame.
25 Bonus Points in all purchases from Feb 1st to Feb 14th
Allows you to create a Recurring Boost, which is a Boost that will be active only during a recurring period of time.
2x Points Mondays and Wednesdays from 4pm-6pm
Campaign ID from is the Campaign ID where the Boost is originated from. For example, if your Boost is Get $10 in your Gift Card Account for each 1000 points that you earn, your campaign_id_from will be the ID of the Points Campaign where you are tracking the points that customers are earning.
Boost buyx from item description is applicable only if the Boost_campaing_id_from is a campaign type Buy X Get 1 Free. For example: If your Boost is Buy 9 Co”ees Get automatically a Free Dessert, “Co”ee” will be the buyx item description.
Boost amount is the threshold value that customers have to meet for the Boost to get executed. Example: Get $10 in your Gift Card Account for each 1000 points Boost, the Boost_amount will be 1000.
Boost apply to all transactions is an option to apply the Boost action to all transactions received. Example: Get $0.25 in your Gift Card Account each time you earn points.
Boost deduct from balance allows to deduct from the customer balance the threshold amount. Example: in the Get $10 in your Gift Card Account for each 1000 points Boost, the 1000 points will be deducted from the customer points balance.
Boost deduct from balance repeat allows to keep deducting the threshold amount as long as there is enough balance available. Use N (No) to deduct it only once.
Boost threshold amount is the value that will be added to the customer account as a result of the Boost.
Boost action type can be: “add” (to add a value to the customer account as a result of the Boost) or “multiply” (to multiply the transaction amount (Boost threshold) by a set number in order to determine the value that will be added to the customer account as a result of the Boost).
Include Boost_action_rule only if any of the two types are applicable. A= Boost_include_transaction_amount (to add the transaction amount (monetary or points) to the value that will be added to the customer account as a result of the Boost) and B=Boost_apply_to_points_earned (applies the action amount to the points earned in a transaction instead of the value of the monetary transaction).
Boost campaing id to is the campaign where the Boost value will be added to. Example: in the Get $10 in your Gift Card Account for each 1000 points Boost it will be the Gi! Card Campaign.
Boost buyx to item description is used only when the Boost is configured for a Buy X Get 1 Free campaign. The item description is the name of the buyx item (or items) used as rewards (result of the Boost). If multiple items will be added as a result of the Boost use commas to separate each item.