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Old 02-15-2010, 06:14 PM   #1
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New rewards scheme at Directebooks.com

Hi everyone.

Thanks in part to some great advice on these forums, we have made some changes to our site including 50% off your first eBook and a new loyalty scheme.

Unlike other sites (who can confuse the heck out of even us), we are keeping our loyalty system very simple. No time limits, no specific books, no expiry dates - just simple.

For every book you buy, you receive "Direct Credit". Every 1 credit equals 1 unit of your currency. For example, if you have saved up 6.50 Direct credits, this equals 6.50 off your next book in whatever currency you buy in. It couldn't be easier!

Ebook price Direct Credits earned
1-5 = .50
5-10 = 1.00
10-20 = 1.50
20+ = 2.00

Remember - every credit you earn is real money to use the next time you buy any eBook or save it up for that special title!

We are also offering a 50% discount on your first eBook when you register!

You can now sort the results of any search by Price, Release Date, alphabetically and by the date it was added to Directebooks.com!

Any feedback would be much appreciated as always!
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Quite a few people have had a look at my original post and I'm wondering if anyone would like to leave some feedback?

I'd appreciate any thoughts you might have - does the scheme appeal etc?

Thanks as always

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It sounds fine to me, Gareth. I like the openness of the system, and it seems like it would be really easy to keep track of on both ends, consumer and retailer.
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It sounds fine to me, Gareth. I like the openness of the system, and it seems like it would be really easy to keep track of on both ends, consumer and retailer.
Thanks for the comment. thats exactly what we are trying to do - open and simple!
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Thanks for the comment. thats exactly what we are trying to do - open and simple!
Then it seems you've succeeded!
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