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Flipkart doubles down on rewards program, partners with 5,000 retail outlets in India

Flipkart on Monday launched SuperCoin Pay that its customers will be able to use across thousands of retail stores across the country as Walmart-owned e-commerce giant bets on its loyalty program to win and sustain its user base in the world’s second largest internet market.

The Bangalore-headquartered e-commerce giant said it had partnered with over 5,000 retail outlets including TimesPoints, Peter England, Cafe Coffee Day and Flying Machine across India to give its customers a “greater value and choice” to cash in on their Flipkart loyalty program, called SuperCoin Rewards. Flipkart customers earn these SuperCoins when they make purchases on the e-commerce platform.

Customers will be able to pay up to 100% of the bill value through SuperCoins, Flipkart said, pointing out that traditional loyalty programs have struggled to gain traction because they locked customers to their platform and made it difficult to convert reward points to cash.

Its retail partners operate in a wide-range of categories including fashion, grocery, food and beverages, travel, health and wellness. These retail partners will offer a QR code to make it easier for Flipkart customers to redeem their rewards points.

The move comes as giant e-commerce firms in India aggressively partner with physical and digital stores across the country. Amazon, too, has broadened its offering in recent years to offer coupons and discounts that Amazon Pay customers can redeem when making purchases at Urban Company, Domino’s, BigBazaar, More, Oyo Rooms, Licious, BookMyShow, Swiggy, and RedBus, for instance.

“The lines between online and offline shopping are becoming increasingly blurred, and our intention is to make the consumers' shopping experience more rewarding, no matter where they shop,” said Prakash Sikaria, Vice President of Growth and Monetization at Flipkart, in a statement.

“Being a part of the SuperCoin programme enables our partners to reap the benefits of Flipkart’s 300 million customer base through a truly integrated rewards initiative,” he added.

Flipkart said customers on its platform have earned over a billion SuperCoin to date.

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Can anyone here with 1 product stores, showcase them?

I am just trying to figure out how to approach a 1 product store as I am just starting out and would like to see some examples so post your 1 product stores below!

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Women Takes USPS Truck for a Ride

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Anybody havr success on FB/IG shops?

I haven’t gotten any sales on fb or ig, but I get consistent sales through my website, etsy, and ebay. I sell dj accessories

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How do I use PayPal smart buttons to sell digits products? (specifically a pdf)

I’ve been selling physical copies of a comic book on my website with a PayPal smart button and it’s worked great. I’m almost sold out, so I’m thinking I’d like to sell digital copies moving forward.

But I can’t find any options for using smart buttons for a downloadable product. Anyone have any tips or know how to set it up?

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Is anyone using Godaddy WB? If yes, are you happy with it and what do you think it’s pro’s are?

I'm starting my first ecomm site and went with Godaddy Web Builder (GWB) mainly because that's where I registered my domain and I thought I'd give them a shot.

My free month is about to end and I'm pretty lukewarm on their service. Was it easy to build a site? Yes. Really easy Does that site look amazing and exactly the way I want it? Meh.

To name a few gaps, I don't have control over the way my cart or recovery emails look, I can't scroll through my products, SEO looks super basic, and their supports' most common answer is "We'll suggest that to Dev".

My plan is to let it run for a few months while I learn a little more about ecomm, but I waver between letting it run and just moving over to Shopify.

Wanted to get some thoughts from peers who have also used it.

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Godaddy Website Builder Help

Hey guys,

I tried GWB for couple months and i can't take it anymore. I decided to jump back to shopify. My problem is Godaddy doesn't have an option to export products! Or maybe i couldn't find it. Has anyone run into this problem?

Thank you

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Indie web dev subreddit!

Hi guys!

I’m trying to get a community together of people who work on websites to share their side projects and tips for growing them. Similar to how I see the indie game developer community except around web development. I haven’t found anything as strong so I’ve tried to create one. I would really appreciate you joining if you would be interested in this fledgeling community.

Thanks!

http://reddit.com/r/indiewebdev

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Would love to chat with others in the field about shipping options. And anything else you’d like to share about how you’re effectively running your website.

As with a lot of people, I’m experiencing a big jump in traffic compared to preCOVID times and am trying to quicken our back of end process as much as possible. Should I look into a plug in to print my labels? And if so, will I get better rates than my negotiated rates with UPS. ( I only plan to ship UPS unless I have a really good reason not too. I’m on an island and UPS is the most reliable option I’ve found and we have a good relationship with our rep and driver.)

I just got an email from Spotify talking about how if you ship through them you get their preferred rates. I’m currently using Woocommerce, but just printing labels straight from USP Worldship. I’m wondering if there are any plugins for woo that would be worth looking into for better shipping rates than I’m getting now?

I’d love to talk to some people about what they’re doing to manage with an influx in sales and how others are effectively running their operations.

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Ecommerce for 7000+ products, what CMS to use? should I go self host?

I will start from the basics, I'm starting my career in website design and ecommerce, I have some experience designing for me, or for fun, but now it's gonna be the first time to design for a client, I will cooperate with an agency that want's to enter the website development industry, and they are ok with my knowledge, but our first client is a multi national corporation with over 7000 products.

The problem is, that i can't use a tool like webflow as they only support up to 3000 products, I though I would go with magento as its very good for big corporations, but the licensing for some of the features is huge, we don't know how much traffic the e-shop will have as this will be the first time the business will use an e-shop.

I have experience on VPS management, virtualization, DNS and general sysadmin tasks, I was thinking about using nopcommerce as it seems a very good option, it's free, it haves a lot of great features and plug-ins, but is it the right choice? if I put it on aws will it be able to support 7.000+ products and maybe 1.000 sales per day? Is there a better option that I can use?

If you can point me to the right direction that would be much appreciated.

(btw sorry for any grammar mistakes, not a native speaker.)

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