In this guide we will discuss briefly the different Presenters and Specials now available.
Tip: Links to additional articles will be provided for each different mode
The Product List mode is designed to provide a super quick method of creating semi-structured presenters to assist with the sales process.
The Product List allows the presenter to be created by just adding products to the list and setting the order they will display in. This allows the option of grouping products in group buys, or just people also bought type methods, and leveraging the fact that the with using images its a ready made presenter.
Product Lists are quick and easy to create using the management client.
The layout of the Product List is somewhat familiar as it is similar to the Add Items Images mode.
Campaign Deals offers a way to group related products together into an offer. It is possible to specify a required quantity and associated bonus item quantity or discount should that quantity be ordered. It is also good for Group buy situations (e.g. a stand with all required products to fill the stand).
The Campaign Mode allows for deals to be applied either individually or as part of the group.
Campaign Deals are quick and easy to create using the management client.
Catalogue Deals offers a way to create a buying experience which is very structured, where a rich story can be displayed including product imagery and a 'Story'. This is achieved by linking a PDF document with a simple product ordering experience.
The Catalogue mode also allows the you to specify a required quantity and associated bonus item quantity or discount should that quantity be ordered. It is also good for Group buy situations (e.g. a stand with all required products to fill the stand) however in this case it can be on a page by page basis.
Catalogue Deals are a little more involved to create using the management client however offer a rich buying experience that can be very structured.
Smart Catalogue offers a way to create a buying experience which is very structured, where a rich story can be displayed including product imagery and a 'Story'. This is achieved by linking a PDF document with a method of ordering directly on the page of the PDF document.
This requires the documents be "tagged" when they are created however it is easy and provides such a smooth ordering experience it is well worth while doing. Existing documents can also be tagged and used.
Smart Catalogues, once created, simply require uploading the document into the system using the Management Client.
SpecialsSpecials are another method of creating a quick presentation based on images.
Specials are normally created to match a set of pricing rules which are automatically applied to orders.
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