Support » Plugin: Kazooky Loyalty » [Plugin: Kazooky Loyalty] Working Examples Please

  • monitor


    I would gladly purchase the Plugin if you could please give some working examples or some guide.

    1: I created a New Promo called “Facebook like”, but i do not know how to implement it on my site? How does it know a user clicked the like button?

    2: When a user writes a comment/review. How do i implement this promotion on my site and how to make sure it triggers when a comment is made.

    3: Frequent visitors is clear, thanks for that.

    4: When a user tweets a post, how to make that promotion and to make sure it is triggered.

    5: When a user rates a post, lets say if i use WP-Post ratings.

    I am not sure all those are possible, but i think more wordpress users would like to have that functionality and would like to know how to implement them, front and back end.

    Thanks again!

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  • Plugin Author kazooky



    Thanks for the great feedback and questions. We are always looking ways to improve and work with our customers.

    Here are some answers to your questions – hopefully these answers are what you are looking for:

    1. We are currently working on other ways to trigger promotions – like button clicks. Right now Kazooky Loyalty doesn’t know if someone has clicked a button; currently our promotions are driven off page views. In your case, you are showing an alert when someone clicks on the “like” button. Instead of that alert a solution would be to redirect the user to a promotion page on your site like this:

    location.href = “<url to your promo page>”;

    You will have to use WordPress to publish that promo page on your site. You can put whatever kind of content you want (e.g. thanks for liking us, etc).

    Now back in the Kazooky Loyalty Console, when you created the promo “Facebook Like”, you needed to enter a url. This is the URL of this new WordPress page. When the user clicks on your button and redirected here, our script will detect that the Facebook like page has been loaded and if they qualify for a reward (based on the frequency you selected when making th epro) they will be rewarded.

    2. It makes a lot of sense to rewards users for their comments and reviews. We are currently working on this now and will have a solution added to Kazooky Loyalty shortly.

    4. Same as the Facebook Like, you’ll have to redirect them to a promotion page on your wordpress site.

    5. Right now we do not have a specific solution for triggering events based on WordPress posts. This seems like a very useful and good feature for WordPress users.

    Again, thanks for your feedback and suggestions. If you have any other questions or feedback please do not hesitate to send them over!

    The Kazooky Loyalty Team

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