Adding your bank details to BookingHawk.com is a simple job. Doing so means that you will automatically get the balance of any online transactions in a timely manner. To add your bank details, you will need to login to your dashboard. The following 30 second video demonstrated how to add your bank details.
BookingHawk.com facilitates the growth of a business in several ways. One of those ways is to offer discount codes. We are all familiar with seeing a promotional code field beside the payment information when paying for goods or services online. BookingHawk.com now offers this facility.
Customers are only offered the choice of applying a discount code if the asset that they are booking has a discount code associated with it. If a customer enters an invalid discount code 3 times, the discount code field will no longer be available. Discount codes can be applied to an appointment regardless of whether the customer is obliged to pay an online booking deposit or not.
Setting Up A Discount Code
This short video (less than one minute long) demonstrates the steps to take for a bookable asset to have a discount code associated with it. The code text can be anything that the business wishes as long as it is between 5 and 10 characters long.
Suggested Uses For Discount / Promotional Codes
Promotional codes are a great way to drive more sales of your service. For example, if you would like to encourage more people to book online instead of calling you, perhaps you could publicize a code on your Facebook and Twitter accounts. This way, anybody booking your service through BookingHawk.com will be able to enter the code and get money off their appointment.
Your Facebook business page comes with a very handy ‘Call to Action’ button. It can be anything from ‘Watch Video’ to ‘Learn More’ or in the case of businesses taking online bookings with BookingHawk.com, the call to cation button can be ‘Book Online’.
Facebook themselves state:
“A call-to-action is available for the following objectives: Brand Awareness, Reach, Traffic, App Installs, Lead Generation, Conversions, Product Catalog Sales, Video Views and Store Visits.”
In this short video, it is demonstrated how to go about changing the action that happens when a user clicks your Facebook business page call to action button.