Enabling your customers to earn points for sharing your store on Twitter is a great way to advertise your store to new potential customers and get your existing customers involved in your Loyalty Program at the same time.

Common questions this article will answer:

• How can I encourage my customers to share my store on Twitter?
• How do customers earn points for sharing my store on Twitter?

In this article: 

  • How to set reward points for sharing on Twitter 
  • How it works - Your customers' experience 
  • Track the performance of the sharing on Twitter option

How to set reward points for sharing on Twitter

1. In your Marsello admin, under Loyalty, go to Earning Points & Referrals.

2. Under Sharing on Twitter, click Edit

3. Under How many points should be given? enter your loyalty points amount based on how much you value this action

4. Under Share URL, add the URL that you would like your customers to share. For example, a link to your online store.

💡 Quick Tip: This doesn't always have to be your store URL. If you're launching new season stock, you could link to your new season collection page or share your loyalty program link, by adding /?loyal to the end of your store URL.

5. Under Share Message, enter a quick message to make it easier for your customers to tweet

6. Click Save

How it works - Your customers' experience

When your customers log in to their account and visit the Earn tab of your loyalty widget, they will see your Share us on Twitter earn option.  

Here, they can click Share us on Twitter which will open a tweet, pre-populated with your Share URL and message. All they need to do is click Tweet

📝  Note: Customers can only get rewarded for sharing on Twitter once. After this action has been completed, the earn option will be removed from their Loyalty Widget. 

Track the performance of the sharing on Twitter option

Once you've set-up how many points your customers earns for sharing your store on Twitter, you can track the progress. Here's how:

1. In your Earning Points tab > Sharing on Twitter

2. Click See Activity 

This will open the insight page. Here you can see:

  • Customers who completed this action
  • The amount of points they've earned
  • The date they completed the action
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