How to Create a Rebate Landing Page
Follow these steps to create a Rebate Landing Page Campaign in LandingCube, and offer rebates (cash refunds after purchase) to your customers.
Rebate Landing Pages - How Do They Work?
With Rebate Landing Page campaigns, your customers will claim a rebate from you, which will be paid to them via cash after they make a purchase.
Once the customer claims a rebate and agrees to your terms, they'll have an hour to make a purchase and provide their order number. Once this is done, you can go ahead and pay out the rebate to the PayPal email provided by the customer.
All your customer information, such as email, Amazon Order ID, and rebate amount, can be viewed in your LandingCube dashboard, as well as synced to Google Sheets.
- You must pay out rebates yourself - be aware that failure to do so will likely result in a lot of negative reviews and refunds.
- You need to give an email address your customers can contact you by, in case there are any issues with the rebate payment.
- You also need to provide your business address, in order to comply with Facebook/Google terms and CANSPAM email laws.
- Rebate landing pages will need to be published from your own subdomain. To learn how to do this, see here.
How to Create a Rebate Campaign
To start, hit "New Campaign", then "Rebate Landing Page".
Generate your landing page by entering your Amazon product URL. Wait a few seconds for us to load your product details.
Name your campaign, set your run dates, and enter your pricing, then move on to the Design section.
Customize your page design how you'd like. Note you can click on "Rebate Instructions" from the panel on the left to customize the instruction popup shown to your customers after they make a claim (click on any of the Headline, Description, Terms or Button headings to bring up and edit the popup).
In the Integrations section, you can integrate with your email marketing provider, Facebook Pixel and Google Analytics.
You can also connect with your Amazon Seller Account to track and verify order IDs with information directly from Seller Central. Click here to learn how to connect LandingCube to Amazon for rebate order checking.
There are also two new options for Rebate pages. You can integrate with Google Sheets (turn this feature on from the "Extras" page in your account settings), sending all your rebate info to a Google Sheet, making it easier to manage and pay out your rebates.
You can also enable a Social Sharing call-to-action, asking your customers to share your deal after they make a claim.
On the Publish section, you can add a 2-step or Search Find Buy URL, set a daily/lifetime limits for how many rebates you want to give out, and set up your landing page URL.
Managing Rebate Payouts
After a customer claims a rebate from your page, you'll need to send the rebate manually, with PayPal.
(You can arrange with your customers a different way to pay out rebates, but PayPal is currently our recommended method. If this is the case, make sure you communicate this clearly with your customers.)
After claiming a rebate, your customer will be asked to enter their Amazon Order ID to confirm they've made a purchase. Click here to learn how to connect LandingCube to Amazon for rebate order checking.
You can view this info by clicking to "Customers", then "Rebate Pages". This will display the customer's email, the Amazon Order ID and the amount of the rebate.
(this info will also be sent to a convenient Google Sheet, if you enable this integration).
You can then take this information, check it against your orders in Seller Central, and pay out the rebate.