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I know that the newspapers do a coupon for their
advertisers, so that when a member of the public sends in
the coupon, there's also an identifying code somewhere on
the coupon, so that the source can be easily identified, but how do you do it with a website though?
Any help greatly appreciated.
Why not just offer the raffle via the web site? Provide the entry form on the site, they fill it out and return it to the bar for entry.
Throw in a 20% discount (e.g.) on a meal when they deliver it also, if you want to promote business during the pre-drinking hours (lunch/dinner).
If he offers a wide range of beers he could have a "Beers Around The World" where they have to order each beer and then get to punch it off. I think "Old Chicago" does this. After they buy all the beers they get a t-shirt or key fob or something.
You could even require them to register and they can track their beers online...
We've come to the conclusion that we will have a printable voucher on the webpage, that when presented at the bar will entitle them to a second drink (which would be the same as the first drink) free of charge, and that voucher would go in a monthly draw for a dinner for two with a bottle of wine free of charge. Can anyone see any issues with that?
Also, anyone know how I can setup some sort of a printable voucher on a webpage please?
I'm new to this sort of marketing, so all ideas appreciated.