Bible Bucks 2.0
Just like using the regular Points Program, but in this case ignoring the “amount purchased” aspect and using the promotions pull-down to define activities or events that earn your members points.
To setup a Bible Bucks program, select the “Points Program” campaign type when creating a new campaign.
You can define a “Spend-to-Reward Ratio” that will allow you to deduct points by entering an amount of dollars (or other currency) This is only in case you want to have the option for the rewards to have a monetary value that corresponds to a certain number of points.
How to set it up:
Add a new campaign from the control panel (The first screen after you log-in).
Select “Points Program” from the list of campaigns.
On the congratulations screen, click on “Take Me There” to set up your reward levels.
Ignore the Points-per-Dollar Ratio.
Next, click the “Add a Reward Level” button to add a reward to offer. Enter in how many points will be needed to claim that reward (use our Points Calculator if you need help figuring out how many points a reward should be), and then enter in a description of the reward. Click “Add” when done.
Repeat this last step for as many rewards as you want to offer. You can always come back and add, remove, or edit any reward’s points level and description.
In the promotions section, add all the ways that someone can earn points in your program: Click the “Add a Promotion” button, and choose the (+) choice from the pull-down. Enter in how many points are added (or if reduced, enter the negative value, like “-50” ) For example:
A good deed
Deduct 50 points for being late
+10Â Â Â Â Â Â Learned a verse
Repeat this last step for as many activities, visits, events, etc. as you want to define. You can always come back and add, remove, or edit any of them.
Last, and completely optional, you can define a “Spend-to-Reward Ratio” that will allow you to deduct points by entering an amount of dollars (or other currency).Â For example, if a person in your program asks if they can use their points balance to partially pay for a service or product. (You can use our Points Calculator to help you figure out what this amount should be. Always check with your accountant).
How to use it:
When a person in your program does something that earns them points, find or add the customer, and select the activity or event from the pull-down. (Ignore the Purchase box). You can also optionally enter a description.Â Then click on the “Record Points” button, and the Points balance will be immediately increased by the proper number of points.