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Deanna Buoniconti

Lead Score Triggers, Conditional Triggers and Automations, and New Landing Page Templates

Hey there!

Do you often skim the first part of these emails? Or maybe you wonder if anyone would actually reply if you wrote us. Well, today is your lucky day! Did you know that we really want to know what you are interested in learning more about when it comes to all things Simplero? So, please! Send Deanna an email at with your questions and thoughts about what, why and how! We might just even feature your question in our next amazingly awesome newsletter (no pressure!)!

Join us for Office Hours!

We've heard you want more face to face time with us and we've pulled together something really exciting for you! If you have questions about your account, using Simplero in general or specifics, come join us for our new open Office Hours. These office hours are free and they're designed to be heavy on the Q+A - we want to get you the answers you need to get into action with your Simplero account.

Office Hours are Mondays at 10am PST / 1pm EST and you can sign up for the date you want to attend right here!

Did you know you could do this?

Triggers-medium.jpgWe recently rolled out "conditional triggers". There are so many things you can do with conditional triggers to help automations work better for your business! You now have 4 options when setting your trigger: 1) Always run. 2) Only run when a contact has this tag. 3) Only run when the contact does not have this tag. or, 4) Only fire once per contact. 

Global triggers are also new! Your first two options are perform based on your customers lead score. A great way to utilize this is to have them maybe be added to a sales funnel automation when a lead score changes, allowing you to retarget leads who are loosing contact with you or to remain in contact with those that are hot leads. The third option is based on their viewing of an URL. One great way to use this is for a customer who maybe viewed your sales page but didn't order. You can have a tag added to every customer who orders, and then set up this global trigger so that this global triggers occurs when the sales page is viewed, but by using the conditional the trigger won't fire for anyone with the tag to show they have purchased. Make sure to read the whole guide here.

New Features in Simplero

In addition to the conditional triggers, there are a few other big additions to Simplero this week to be excited about. First off, as a natural extension to conditional triggers, you can also define a condition for an automation, which means that new flows will only be started if the condition is met. Just like for the triggers, the conditions are based on tags:

Conditions on Automations

In addition to this, as we're seeing more and more people adapt to using the new sites and build gorgeous looking websites for your content and product catalog, we've got a pretty big announcement for those of you looking to unify the look and feel of your brand across the board. The Simple theme which is used on all new sites, is now also available as a template for your landing pages:

The new Simple landing page template

The template is available on all accounts in three variants: a single column variant, and variants with the action box in a sidebar with text above or below the action box. As per usual, the templates are all responsive, so they work great on desktop as well as mobile. To start using the new template, simply change an existing landing page to use one of the variants of the Simple template, or pick a Simple template when creating a new landing page.

We can't wait to see what everyone do with these new, more modern templates!

Make it a great week!
—The Simplero Team

Calvin Correli

Cultivating your greatest capacity


I'm reading a book from 1975 titled The Courage to Create, by Rollo May. One thing in particular stood out, namely this passage about physical courage:

When I was a child in a small Midwest town, boys were expected to fistfight. But our mothers represented a different viewpoint, so the boys often got licked at school, and then whipped for fighting when they came home. This is scarcely an effective way to build character. As a psychoanalyst, I heard time and again of men who had been sensitive as boys, and who could not learn to pound others into submission; consequently, they go through life with the conviction that they are cowards.

America is among the most violent of the so-called civilized nations; our homicide rate is three to ten times higher than that of the nations of Europe. An important cause of this is the influence of that frontier brutality of which we are the heirs.

We need a new kind of physical courage that will neither run rampant in violence nor require our assertion of egocentric power over other people. I propose a new form of courage of the body: the use of the body not for the development of musclemen, but for the cultivation of sensitivity. This will mean the development of the capacity to listen with the body. It will be, as Nietszche remarked, a learning to think with the body. It will be a valuing of the body as the means of empathy with others, as expression of the self as a thing of beauty and as a rich source of pleasure.

I'm so a fan of this way
of thinking. Cultivating the capacity to think with our bodies is sorely overlooked in our society. There's so much wisdom, beauty, and, yes, pleasure to be had in the body, when we learn to open up to it and listen. Instead we drown out the sensations with sugar, salt, fat, alcohol, weed, and by busying the mind.

I'm in California with my kids, visiting Disneyland, staying at a simple motel across the road. Yesterday, I decided to do my morning yoga practice outside the room, where people are walking by, and I started to notice that it was both scary and invigorating to do my yoga in public in that way. I noticed that my hips actually got more flexible and more engaged, and I noticed that there were feelings of guilt and shame inside my hips that came up when I did this. Feelings related to being seen, being creative, being expressive, being myself.

Then this morning, someone had parked their big-ass car with the nose so far over the sidewalk that there wasn't a lot of room for me there. I noticed how that triggered feelings in me related to all the people who had bullied me or pushed me around, insensitive to their surroundings and how their behavior affected me or other people around them. I felt the sadness, and I bathed myself, whoever parked that car, and everyone else I could think of who had harmed me with their insensitivity, in love. I could see how these people were only being that way, because they were hurting, because they'd been violated, and so they'd learned to shut down their feelings and contract into a smaller, frightened compartment within themselves that didn't allow for a full view.

It's fascinating how much healing, fun, and insight we can get out of such simple pleasures when we allow ourselves to be there with our body sensitivity.

Calvin's Random Links from around the Interwebs

Bruce Schneier has a few links on election security. The main point is, hacking to achieve victory for a particular candidate is hard, but if all you want to do is sow doubt about the legitimacy of whoever did win, that's a lot easier, and it can be very effective.

AI is going to make forgeries much easier. It'll be exciting to see how all this plays out. We can less and less trust what we see and hear.

2 factor authentication is better than nothing, but please don't rely on the lax security of the SMS system. Make sure you use (and allow your customers to use) an authenticator app.

Fresh Interviews

Check out my conversation with Simplero user and lover, Jane Jackson!  We had a great conversation about my growing up as a programmer, my passion for creating Simplero and our focus on great customer service. You can listen here. (iTunes)

With love,

Deanna Buoniconti

Office Hours, Lead Scores and Actions Galore

Hey There!

Do you often skim the first part of these emails? Or maybe you wonder if anyone would actually reply if you wrote us. Well, today is your lucky day! Did you know that we really want to know what you are interested in learning more about when it comes to all things Simplero? So, please! Send Deanna an email at with your questions and thoughts about what, why and how! We might just even feature your question in our next amazingly awesome newsletter (no pressure!)!

Exciting Simplero News!

We've heard you want more face to face time with us and we've pulled together something really exciting for you! If you have questions about your account, using Simplero in general or specifics, come join us for our new open Office Hours. These office hours are free and they're designed to be heavy on the Q+A - we want to get you the answers you need to get into action with your Simplero account.

Office Hours are Mondays at 1pm EST and you can sign up for the date you want to attend right here!

New Features in Simplero

It's once again been a pretty busy week over at the nerdy end of Simplero. First off, we've been working hard polishing off the last little rough edges on the new custom views, and we really appreciate everyone's feedback and input on it. We hope you've fallen as deeply in love with it as we have. Included in this is the addition of a bunch of actions to contacts, purchases, participants, and affiliates tables. All you have to do is to select some rows, and voila:

Among the possible actions you might have also noticed something new: the "Adjust lead score" option. This is a completely new feature in Simplero, which allows you to keep much better track of your potential customers based on a lead score. You can assign a trigger to almost any action to increment or decrement a contact's lead score, and thereby keep a running score of how likely you think they are to become paying customers, and segment and target based on that. Pretty neat, right? Expect a lot more possibilities to come from this in the future.

Make it a great week!
—The Simplero Team

Deanna Buoniconti

Expenses, French and Free Trials


This week we are excited to bring you the newsletter in two parts! This first part, with Simplero updates and tips on how you can use Simplero best for YOU, will be followed by Calvin's personal notes, and of course his random links and interviews on Friday.

We'd love to hear your thoughts on this split, and of course also what you are interested in learning more about when it comes to all things Simplero! So, send Deanna an email at with your questions and thoughts!

Did You Know You Could Do This?

Did you know you can offer a free or discounted trial price? This a great way to gain new customers and grow your list!

Offering a free week or month, or even a $1 trial, is a great way to pique interest in your list, products or community and even get some traction on social media like Facebook. Summer can be a slow time for businesses, so why not try offering a discounted subscription to a membership group to keep interest growing even through the less exciting part of the year? Watch our tutorial here!

For those of you who already offer discounted trial prices, you may want to email your new customer when their trial prices will be coming to an ends. To avoid the "surprised" customer emails about a charge or refunds, consider setting up a notification email.  You can send out a reminder at your given time frame to remind them of the upcoming charge. Or, you can also send a notification email that their trail price is ending with an option to cancel. To figure out which one is best for you, read the tutorial here.

New Features in Simplero

In keeping with the theme of last week, it's been a pretty damn busy week at Simplero. First off, we've added a much requested feature to Simplero: expense tracking. Up until now, it's only been possible to see how much you've earned through Simplero, but not what your final profit is. You can now go to Expenses under Products in the left hand menu in the administrative interface for your Simplero account and start tracking your expenses to get a live updating Profit and Loss balance. Neat, right? Better still, you can attribute an expense to a product, so you can get an overview of what costs are general for your business, and what the costs are for a specific product:


In less feature-esque news, French is now a fully supported language in Simplero.Thanks to the amazing work by Christelle Petry and Lyvia Débloque, Simplero is now fully translated into French for all the user facing parts, which we're super excited about. And we can't speak highly enough of everyone who helps out voluntarily in making sure Simplero is available in their language. Would you like to help out in translating Simplero to your local language? Don't hesitate to get in touch with us!

Last but absolutely not lead, the new custom views have now been rolled out to almost all parts of Simplero. In addition to this, we now have a guide about how to use the new custom views and what features they offer, in case you missed it last week.

Make it a great week!
—The Simplero Team

Calvin Correli

The Universe Truly Wants to Serve You

Aloha Reader!

A few weeks back we celebrated Simplero's birthday with the first and only sale we've ever done. The purpose of the sale was to acquire new customers and test price sensitivity in the market, so the discount was only for new customers, which naturally had a few existing customers asking if they could be a part of it as well.

One such email stood out, however, and it was from Anette Straadt of Æblebørn fame ("Applekids"). She wrote and asked what about us 'old' customers? What about something to keep us happy?

I explained that the whole point was to grow the customer base so we can hire more people and serve everyone better, and I'd be happy to do what I could to make her happy. What does she need? Love? World peace? Inner peace?

To which she replied: "Oh I would love a handsome, loving, intelligent boyfriend. Can you help me out? ;)".

And that, I can. I've worked with Gay and Katie Hendricks for years, and I know this is a challenge they're up to. So I bought one of their courses for Anette, and this is what happened next:

Anette Straadt on 2017-06-27 at 15.05.mp4

I just love it so much when people manage to organize themselves in a way that they can allow what they truly want to show up for them.

Instead of going for a zero-sum game, Anette managed to ask in a way that allowed me to serve her even better than if she'd just gotten a discount. And there's nothing that we love more here at Simplero HQ than being of service to people.

Oh, and Anette also managed to build a thriving, purposeful, and easeful business while being a single mom to three small kids, so if you're currently using that excuse, definitely take a listen.

Watch and learn from Anette. I know I sure took notes.

The universe truly wants to serve you in every possible way. How can you arrange yourself in a way that allows for it to happen?

With love,

Calvin's Random Links from around the Interwebs

Code mode is for real (see features section below).

For $2 a day you can become a yuppie.

Amazon's new customer—about Amazon's possible purchase of Whole Foods Market. I'm fascinated by this way of looking at it. I think it's a very powerful way to structure a business

Did You Know You Could Do This?

We often get questions about customers who don't have access to a space and why.  Are they logging in with the correct Simplero ID? Have they been given access to the content? Check out this quick troubleshooting guide to help find out what issues your user is running into.

We also have a few new features: a "search" function and a new refund feature.

Do you need help when troubleshooting? We would love to hear specifics from you! Email Deanna at with your questions! 

New Features in Simplero

It's been a busy week in Simplero featureland, with not one but two different features landing this week.

The first is the addition of refund periods to products. Often when selling a product – especially when it's at a higher price – offering a limited time full refund policy is a great way to get people in the door. However, when you do, you might want to make sure that people can only watch your content on your site and not download it while they're in the refund period, and require that they waive their right to a refund if they do want to download the content. Or, you may even want to make it possible for customers to get their refund without having to contact you – an option that is especially great for reducing the support burden if you have a lot of customers. If you go to the Content section for any of your products you'll find the new Refund period section and you can get both of these features with just a few checkboxes:

Refund period settings

As a customer, you'll see the following options if both feature are enabled:

Refund period

... in other words: no need to duplicate pages and deal with complicated automations to let people trial your product. Neat, right?

The other new feature we've added this week is something you might have noticed in using the Simplero administrative interface: we've replaced some of the old tables views with completely new, much more powerful versions. While the table themselves might look very similar to what they used to, the new thing is that you can now filter the data in your account by a lot more dimensions, reorder by a lot more columns, and pick which columns you want to see and in which order. Oh, and better still, you can save your favorite configurations as what we call custom views, which will show up as tabs above the table. In other words: do you often need to see all purchases made at a specific price, sorted by how much of the price has been paid? You can now have a tab for that:

Custom views in action

Oh, and you might also have noticed that we've put quite a bit of effort into making them a lot faster. We're already really loving the custom views here on the team, and we hope you get just as much enjoyment out of them. So far, we've rolled out the new custom views for lists, products, purchases and spaces, but it'll soon be in use across the entire administrative interface.


Calvin Correli

Say hello to Val!

Please help me welcome the latest addition to the Simplero team, Val Geisler. She joins us to head up onboarding and marketing, something you should be able to feel shortly.

The story of how this came to be is instructional, so allow me to share.

As you may know, we've been searching for someone to do this for us for a while, unsuccessfully. We've had a few hires, but they didn't quite work out. I had a feeling that the right person would be someone who was already part of the community, who knew us, knew the business, knew the product. I was waiting for that person to show up. While waiting, we were still searching through the usual channels, but it wasn't really yielding anything.

I was thinking about Val, because she was a customer back in the day, and we even talked about hiring her to do customer support a few years back, but for whatever reason we never pulled the trigger on it. And then one day, I saw her writing emails for ConvertKit, and they were really good, and so I was kinda bummed that I'd let that one slip.

Fast-forward to a little over a month ago, and I get an email from Val, promoting one of her own offerings, and I loved both the concept and the writing so much that I just wrote her back to tell her that.

That one reply lead to a longer conversation that eventually led to the time being right for Val to join us in this position, and it's just been super beautiful since then. Her energy and her skills fit perfectly on the team, and we're all very excited. You can expect to hear a lot more from her in the coming months.

I love it when things just end up working themselves out more beautifully and elegantly than one could ever have planned or imagined. It's so beautiful to see that struggle and frustration is never required. When we're open and willing and act on our impulses, solutions materialize out of thin air.

So go out and allow things to happen for yourself in the same way, and share the story.

I'll soon share a story from one of our customers that has a similar theme, though about something very different, and it's so good! I'll be doing an interview, and I'm really looking forward to hearing all the juicy details of this one. Stay tuned!

With love,

Calvin's Random Links from around the Interwebs

Photos of New York City when it was covered in farmland. Fascinating!

The Irish Exit. Makes sense. Hat tip to Nick Gray.

Spooky action at a distance of 745 miles.

Did You Know You Could Do This?

Automations can automate a lot of things for you in your business and give you more flexibility than an auto response in a list. 

Here are our top 5 tips about Automations:

  1. It is easy to use Automations for Marketing Sales Funnels
  2. Make sure to have a trigger to stop or pause the automation if a user unsubscribes from an email list or cancels a product.
  3. Did you know you can now have your users re-enter an automation flow?
  4. Automations give you flexibility and more custom options than auto responses.  You can send emails every Monday,  ever 5th day of the month or even at a set time for the users time zone! As well as mixing emails, text messages, wait steps and other action items like space access.
  5. If you think an automation sounds like a great idea for your needs, don't hesitate to convert your auto responses over with just a click of a button!

What are you interested in learning more about? We would love to hear from you! Email Deanna at with your questions! 

New Features in Simplero

Until now, it's only been able to send auto-responses once – and that was it. But, what if you wanted to use the same set of auto-responses a year later with some potential overlap in the recipients, or on a month-long product every time someone purchases the product? Not possible – at least not without converting everything to an automation.

To make everyone's lives a bit easier, this week we've added the ability to reset auto-responses for a recipient. You can either do this with a trigger – for example when someone subscribes to a list or activates a product – or perform it as a one-time action on a segment by picking either Reset auto-responses for a list subscriber or Reset auto-responses for a product participant. We know it's a small thing, but we hope it'll make everything a little simpler when working with simple auto-responder series.

In addition to this, we've also made a few updates to the newly introduced order bumps so customers can now see the full costs involved in adding an order bump to their order.

Make it a great week!
—The Simplero Team

Calvin Correli

Nothing to do


Here's a Wednesday morning or afternoon truth for you: There really is nothinbeach-night-medium.jpgg for you to do.

Everything you dream of, everything you wish to create, or to experience, is right there for your taking.

I'm not saying sit on the couch all day. I'm just saying, do what you feel called to do in the moment. Act from a place of inspiration. Do what you feel the impulse and the energy to do in the moment. And don't worry about anything else. Don't worry about all of the things you have to do or get done at some point in the future.

I've seen it over and over again. The moment I sink into an even deeper state of agreeing with the present moment, the thing I was struggling with sorts itself out. Whatever old hurt, stuck emotion, or false belief was blocking it bubbles to the surface and is carried by the wind out to sea, never to return.

stairs-medium.jpgEvery solution to every single problem I've struggled with has been easy. Effortless even. Joyful.

It's all about getting ourselves untangled enough and present enough for that to happen. That's the real work.

Forget about achieving, solving, accomplishing, getting things done.

Focus on being fully here, allowing everything, resisting nothing.

Your job is simply to observe and enjoy the ride.
What will I do next? Where will I move when my lease is up? Will I hike to Corniglia today? Will I code a new feature or write a book or a song?

I don't know. I'm as curious as anyone.

It's an exciting place to be.

Try it! :)


Calvin's Random Links from around the Interwebs

snack-medium.jpgLenin is back on a rooftop near my place in New York. Looking forward to seeing him when I get back. He's been missed :)

Decades. True. Weird. Funny.

I'm back in Vernazza, in the Cinque Terre in Italy. Last time I was here was about ten years ago, and I didn't realize that the place was ravaged by a massive flood back in 2011. Here's a few videos. Insane!

Did You Know You Could Do This?

We often get questions about how to start people mid automation.  You might be moving your list and you have users still in the middle of a flow on another site? Or you just want someone to start from a specific spot in your automation for a special program you are running.  Lucky for you, we have a few work arounds that should be useful for any situation.

If no one else is going to join your automation in the next 5-10 minutes, there is a quick manual solution for adding one or a few people on the fly. Add an action step to  "skip to step" (and choose the step you want them to start at), and move this step to the top of the automation. Quickly go to the participant screen and manually start them in an automation.   You will need to delete this "Skip to" stop directly after converting the users.

If you need a more permanent solution to add people into a slightly shorter automation,  you can also duplicate the automation. Remove any steps in the new copy that you don't want them to experience.   You can manually add people to this new automation if you need to. But you can also use the newly edited automation if you have a revised product that would use this flow. You can add a trigger to a price to start the new automation as well.

You can duplicate the original automation as many times as you need to, deleting or re-arranging steps as desired for your needs.

Read more about Starting Mid Automation in our Guide!

What are you interested in learning more about? We would love to hear from you! Email Deanna at with your questions!

New Features in Simplero

This week we have some pretty big news for those of you who rely heavily on Zapier for moving data from other services into Simplero. Until now, when creating or updating a contact in Simplero through Zapier you've been limited to only the contact's email address, name and an internal note. Now you can also add or update data in all your custom fields such as your custom text inputs, drop downs and everything else you might desire:


The ability to insert data into custom fields is available in all Zapier integrations – all you have to do is edit your existing "Create or Update Contact" actions or create a new one, and you'll see the available options for your account. If not, hit the handy "Refresh Fields" button at the bottom of the "Set Up Template" step and you should be all set. We really look forward to seeing what creative solutions you all build with this new, more powerful integration!

Make it a great week!
—The Simplero Team


Calvin Correli

Do You Know What You're Talking About?

When someone criticizes you, you have two choices: You can either defend yourself, argue for why they're wrong and you're right. Or you can see if you can find someplace in you where they're right.

I'm certainly familiar with the first choice. My fear was always that if I agree with you, then I must take whatever action you think I should take, or whatever action would be the "correct" response to agreeing. Like if someone says "I think this feature in Simplero is wrong". If I agree, will I now have to change it right now? That could take a long time and cost a lot of money and upset a lot of other customers who are used to it the way it is.

The phrase I like to use now is "you could be right". Even if it's something where I'm pretty sure I'm not off track. But I don't just use it as something to say. I take the time to check in. Can I find a place, any place, within where I genuinely and honestly can see that they could be right? Then I answer from that place.

A talked to someone recently who said she was afraid that people would judge her and say she didn't know what she was talking about.

But isn't it true that, at some level, none of us know what the hell we're talking about? I certainly know it's true for me. At one level, I totally know what I'm talking about. At another level, I know that I can never truly know anything with absolute certainty. And it's certainly the case that I've been wrong many many many times in my life, where I thought I was very certain.

That's my process. I find that place where I genuinely agree with them. And then I can honestly say "you're right, I don't know what I'm talking about some of the time".

And guess what? The criticism no longer hurts. I'm no longer afraid of being judged. I can put myself out there honestly and genuinely without fear of criticism or judgment.

"I don't know what I'm talking about? I can find that. Thanks for pointing it out."

Doesn't mean you have to change a thing. That will always be up to you. You're the authority in your life.

From now on, you'll know you can always look forward to being criticized. Never again will you have to be afraid of anyone's judgment.

There's a lot of freedom in that.

And now for ...

Calvin's Random Links from around the Interwebs

Alan Watt's version of the Chinese farmer story. I too enjoy telling my version of this story.

No, your phone didn't ring, yet you still got a voicemail. What scammers won't do. Of course, this has been a darling strategy of the scammy side of the internet marketing world for years, but the NY Times just learned about it now. I'm curious what the technology behind it is, but the article doesn't say. Still, I hope it gets outlawed.

Marissa Mayer's $900/week Yahoo paycheck dissected. Not a bad payday.

Calvin's Freshest Interviews

Listen to my career journey and all about the Simplero story in my interview with Jane Jackson on Your Career Podcast (iTunes link).

Lots of love,

Did You Know You Could Do This?

When people first sign up to your newsletter, you might want to exclude them from your normal mailings, while they go through a warm up sequence in autoresponses or an automation. Easy way to exclude new contacts from the mailings is to set a trigger on the first autoresponse (or as the first step of the automation) to give people a tag, then on the autoresponse (or the relevant place in the automation), after which you want them to get the normal mailings, you set a trigger to remove that tag. Then when sending broadcasts to your list, you just exclude that tag under recipients and the newcomers will be excluded until the right time. You'll finde a guide with all the details here

— Merete


What are you interested in learning more about?  We would love to hear from you! Email Deanna at with your questions!

Make it a great week!
—The Simplero Team

Calvin Correli

From Perfectionism and Self-Doubt to Clarity and Ease

I had the joy of speaking with Simplero customer Raluca Mirza earlier today. She'd written me an email talking about overwhelm and perfectionism, and she graciously volunteered to hop on a video call with me to look into this, and to share the result with you.

I'm so grateful that she said yes. I know it can be frightening, but the reality is that there are no unique challenges. We all face some variation of the same thoughts and issues.

Watch and learn. I'm sure you'll find that you can relate quite a bit.

Calvin Correli

Is your business and your family conflicting? + Order Bumps

Anette asks:

"I am afraid that I loose focus on my loving family, - but I am sad about not offering more of my skills to other people, because I know that I can help them a lot getting more meaning in their life."

Check out my answer here:


Lots of love,

Did You Know You Could Do This?

Our Basic Plan and higher, offer a great feature called Automations.  Automations can help you automate giving and revoking access to spaces and pages, trigger emails or text notifications, and even adding people to another product or list.

Automations are also great for creating your own sales funnel. You can check out this guide to walk you through using an initial automation and how to break it into 2 different groups and moving them through your sales process.

We also recently activated the ability to let users reenter an automation.  Do you have a quiz, PDF download or other giveaway and want the users to be able to re enter the automation flow? You asked, and we made it happen!  Read this guide on how you can make sure your settings will allow for this.

If you are ready to step up your Simplero game and try out Marketing Sale Funnel and more, be sure to check out our other videos and autmation help here.

What are you interested in learning more about?  We would love to hear from you! Email Deanna at with your questions!

New Features in Simplero: Order Bumps

Simplero has for a long time supported the ability to present a customer with one or more offers after they've made a purchase, which makes it easy to upsell people on additional products and services. Today, we've added a new way for you to upsell your customers: order bumps. Order bumps are upsell offers presented as a simple checkbox on the order form rather than after the purchase, which makes it super easy for people to purchase multiple of your products in one go:

An order bump in action

Order bumps are a very transparent way of offering additional services or products on top of another product, and we can't wait to see what you guys do with it.

To add order bumps to your order forms, simply go to a product in the administrative interface for your Simplero account and click the Upselling submenu item and you're off to the races!

This feature is available for everyone on the Basic plan or above.

Calvin's Random Links from around the Interwebs

Two different approaches to the perfect burger: Gordon Ramsay vs J. Kenji Lopez-Alt. I'm with J.

Stunning new photography from Jupiter.

And while we're at it, these drone photos are stunning as well.

That's it for this week. Enjoy!

–Team Simplero

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