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May 7th, 2015, 04:39 PM #1
Do you promote promotions with NO end dateThe fantastic up to 70% off sale at Boux Avenue is still on, but HURRY, these great offers won’t last long!
- Join Date
- October 22nd, 2006
For a limited time only, Boux Avenue is offering their popular Chloe underwear set for £25 only.
For a limited time only, Boux Avenue are offering free standard UK delivery on all orders.
May 7th, 2015, 06:35 PM #2
Isn't that just a marketing tactic, saying "ends soon" when it really is a lengthy offer, so people will think they have to ACT NOW OR LOSE OUT?
I can't see merchants who promote this way changing things.
Of course, they COULD provide non-advertised end dates for the eyes of affiliates only. But that's too simple of a solution (or too much extra work for some).
May 8th, 2015, 12:47 AM #3
I've looked into the account now, and those were promotions from an email which was just sent today. I believe that they may not have given an end date because it could be while supplies last, which then should have been mentioned. I will mention this to the Account Manager for that program so that the merchant can be encouraged to include that in future emails.
Since you are an Affiliate Window affiliate, I just want to make sure that you know that if you pull your offers from the discount code database, every offer listed has a start and end date. While not all merchants choose to enter their offers into the discount code database, you can at least always know the official start / end date for all entries.
May 11th, 2015, 10:43 PM #4
I've spoken with the Account Manager for that program, and she is relaying that future emails should include specific dates for promotions to the merchant.
May 13th, 2015, 02:29 AM #5
My thought on promotion with no end date is delivering a message to the customer to grab their promotion as soon as possible because, anytime they can end that promotion. No definite date. It could be at this moment, later, etc.
June 16th, 2015, 06:53 PM #6
I do promote ongoing promotions (like "Free shipping with a $35 order"), but promotions that have a fixed, rapidly approaching ending date are going to perform much better.
I always like to tell merchants that their promotions will get the most exposure on the day or two after it's listed and the day or two before it expires. A really good short-term promotion (1-4 days) works wonders.
June 24th, 2015, 02:21 AM #7
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- October 10th, 2008
- Cavite, Philippines
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