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How to Set up a Loyalty Program for Your Website

How to Set up a Loyalty Program for Your Website

It’s all very well and good setting up a great looking website, that has excellent content. However, how do you plan to bring visitors back to your site, aswell, as get your community involved in commenting etc. Well, a Loyalty Program is most likely your answer.

Yes, setting up a loyalty program! That sure does sound like quite a daunting thought, right? Well, an awesome service called Punchtab takes all the stress our of rewarding your readers/community.

Punchtab operates quite simply, it places a bar at the bottom of your site and allows users to login with their Facebook account, naturally. From this bar, users will be rewarded for visiting daily, commenting on posts, sharing by social media, along with a whole host other options. From carrying out these tasks, users will be able to claim points.

These points can then be spent in the Punchtab catalogue, which can of course, be accessed through the  bar on your own website. There isn’t a large amount of rewards available at this current time. However, there are some pretty awesome ones that could make it worth your while. For example, the likes of Starbucks and Amazon gift cards are all on there. On top of this, Punchtab also adds handy leaderboard functionality, which competes your readers against each other to earn the most points.

Furthermore, Punchtab looks and feels great. It will most likely fit in with your current website theme and is most certainly compatible with your current Content Management System.

To get started, it’s extremely simple, just head over to Punchtab’s website and create a few account. From here, follow the simple steps to add the system to your website. You can choose to upgrade your plan, but the free price plan should suit most users just fine.

Punchtab also features a host of other options for engaging your readers. Including: Giveaways; Award Badges and more. Punchtab is almost guaranteed to increase your readers and community activity. Give it a try, if you have any questions, leave them below…

Written by Josh M-J

I started building websites at the age of 12, I am now an extremely respected Video Games and Technology Journalist. I currently work with some extremely big names, such as Nintendo and others.