Monthly Archives: April 2013

Bulk Group Discounts: The More the Merrier!

Screen Shot 2013-04-19 at 4.06.46 PMYour first GroupSpaces group is like a first tattoo. You think that it will be all you need, but once you get one, you’ll love it so much it won’t be long before you’re planning your second and third.  We’ve come across many managers who were so pleased with the efficiency of GroupSpaces that they ended up creating two, three, four, heck, even a dozen groups for all the various organizations and clubs in which they’re involved.

Needless to say, we find those super managers incredibly impressive and the very least we can do is offer them a break on pricing, which is why managers with more than one group are eligible for a bulk discount.  Specifically, we’re happy to offer 50% off your second and any subsequent groups.

Here are the conditions:
– All groups must be billed to the same account/card details
– All groups must be managed by the same user account
– The most expansive plan is full price, and all other plans are 50% off
– You may choose different plans for your second and subsequent groups, but the billing period for all plans must be the same (monthly, yearly or biannual payment).

If you’re considering expanding your GroupSpaces empire, or if you already qualify for a bulk discount, just drop us a line and we’ll get you sorted out!

Don’t Overlook Invite Tracking

GroupSpaces is such a robust service, it can be easy to overlook certain features.  This week we’d like to bring your attention to something you may have missed – invitation tracking!

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When building your member database, you have two options – you can either add members or  invite them.  Opting for an invitation sends a request to your members asking that they visit your signup page and create a registered account with a login.   But did you know that you can track whether those invitations have been viewed or acted upon?

Your Invite Review page lists every invitation you’ve sent out and tracks whether the invitee has followed through on the invitation.  There are are three possible invitations states:

No reply yet – This means that that invitee has not clicked on the sign up link sent to them in the invitation email

Visited the sign up form – This means that the invitee did click on the link and viewed your sign up page, but did not complete the form.

Accepted invitation / manually added – This means the invitee is now a member of your database – either by signing up themselves, or after being added by one of your managers.

Screen Shot 2013-03-20 at 1.05.52 PMYou can use this information to determine whether it’s worth following up on an invitation someone hasn’t responded to. You’ll find the Review Invites link at the bottom of your group’s Add/Invite Members page.

Are you already making use of invitation tracking or had you overlooked it?