Do you want to attract your customers to your online sales? Do you want to enhance your brand awareness through social media?
Worry no more, our latest two features are here to help. It lets you create an automatic discount code with a valid time, then insert the discount tag and brand logo straight into your product's image.
Moreover, these two features are available on both types of Autopilots, which maximizes your reach to target customers even further!
A. DISCOUNT CODE FEATURE
1. Create a discount code
Enable the Creating Discount feature allows a discount code to be created automatically on Shopify for each post. In other words, every product has a different discount code.
You are able to input the discount percentage and the valid time (1 - 3 days). Once the code is expired, it will be deleted on Shopify's Discount section.
2. Insert discount code to your content
Use the last three variants in the variant list to add the discount code and its related information to the template. The discount code is generated automatically, while the discount percentage and valid time are taken from your input in the Creating Discount section.
This is how your discount information looks like in your content.
B. ADD TAG ON IMAGE FEATURE
1. Add a discount tag to your image
Enable Discount tag on Image and choose one from our existing templates to have the discount displayed in your photo. The discount percentage and valid time are also taken from your input in the Creating Discount section.
You are able to adjust the discount tag's position, size, and margin
You can also edit the discount tag's content. The discount percentage and valid time are taken automatically from your input in the Creating Discount section.
Here is how your post looks like with all discount information inserted. You are all set up to get your discount out there!
2. Add your brand's logo to your image
Enable Logo on image and upload your logo to make it appear in every post
Similar to the discount code, you will be able to adjust the logo's position, size, margin, and transparency level
This is how your logo looks like in your post image.