I'm not a fan of their powered by links on the page at all.. but a little CSS takes care of that. I'd understand if it was free, but paying for an item and having their links on the popup is just confusing for my customers.
That being said, it works fine and is doing a great job of building up my mailing list. The mailing list is giving me very good results!
Easy setup. Waiting to see the outcome. Will update after seeing actual results.
Overall I like it. I would like to have more control over where it shows up, like just on the check out pages. I'd also like to have more control over the design. I created a graphic as the background that contained the copy I wanted but it did not work even though I used the size you specified.
Coupon Pop is a good app, and it does what it says it does. On the pros side:
* Their customer service is great & fast to respond
* Coupons are very easy to set up with a user-friendly interface
* Easy to bulk upload unique coupon codes
However to make this a 5 star app, I really need this functionality:
* I am looking to offer a coupon for 15% off a first purchase by new customers only. Currently, CouponPop does not provide any method to ensure the coupon is used by individual customers only once (there is only a 2 week cookie placed on the customer's computer, so in theory, they could come back again in 2 weeks and get another code).
They need to be able to sync to my MailChimp account/email list and verify that a customer is truly new, or if they have already signed up for my list previously (maybe track IP address?) I inquired about this, and it's apparently on their roadmap.
I've only been up & running a week with Coupon Pop and discounts are being redeemed daily. It has definitely increased the conversion rate.
The set up process was very easy and only took a few minutes.
Good app. Only issue I have is that when activating the email subscriber box option, people can enter a fake email and the coupon code is revealed to them right away with any opt-in verification. There should be a opt-in or email verification, before coupon is shown to customer.
Because of this issue I have disabled collecting emails using this app and instead use a different app.
It does what it is supposed to do. Was nice while it was free. To us, it's not worth the $9.99/mo when there are other free apps out there. They should have a free version with a limited number of impressions per month for us smaller people that just don't have the volume of visits or sales to make the monthly fee worth it. Thanks for the last year of coupon pops!
I hate to be a jerk but here goes. (This company offered this app for free for 5 star ratings, FYI.) For what this is meant to do, it works great. It does work, it is easy to use, and installs quickly.
Unfortunately, there is a major flaw that you should consider in this concept. Because it does not directly hook into your page, your current fans can't get the deal and they will feel like that is unfair. Your current facebook fans will be smart, and what will happen is this: They will see that you are offering something to non-fans. They can, in the same pop up, unlike your facebook page, and then like it again, to get the code. Therefore, your stats will look as if you got an extra 55 likes a day, but your facebook numbers show the same number of fans total. It's because people are unliking, to like again, to get the code. When I talked to the app designers, this was the response: "If you have concerns regarding this, then I would recommend to add another social button or email text field which will help you gain more leads."
Nice app. Easy to install and customize. Provides a good resource if you are thinking about incentivate shopping and increase your follower's number at the same time.
Great! I love it, easy to use.