Activity: visit
Written by Freddie Wynne
Updated over a week ago


Using this activity, you can award your customers points when they visit any URL. Add these kinds of activities alongside other activities to incentivise your customers to earn points and rewards.

Visit page activity and rule

πŸ’‘ Success tip: We would advise keeping the number of points you offer for this activity at a low number - for example, 20 points for each rule (based on your setup being 5 pts/$1 spent).

Setting up the rule

  • Points: Number of points your customers will receive when they perform the activity.

  • URL: Where you want to send your customers. Make sure to double-check that the URL is correctly typed.

  • Title: The description of the URL destination. We suggest you are explicit about where and what action you expect your customer to take.

  • Notification: Custom messaging once your customer returns to your store or loyalty page.


Our Visit activity rule will be completed within a few seconds of a customer opening the window after clicking the activity button. Attribution is set for click-through as the URL destination is infinite.

πŸ’° Attribution tip: You can use UTM parameters to track the performance of any activity against other initiatives you might be running to attribute source, medium or campaign.


Q: How many of these rules can I set up?

A: As many as you like, they can be created multiple times.

Q: What happens if a customer performs this activity more than once?
A: Customers can earn points from this rule only once

Q: Can I track and attribute a customer to this rule?

A: Yes! Using Google Analytics or other Tracking URL providers, you could add any custom UTM stings behind the destination URL.

Q: What sort of pages might I send a customer too?

A: All kinds! Social, blog posts, news, partners, literally any page on the internet!

Q: What is the UX when a shopper clicks the activity?

A: In the desktop or laptop browser, it opens a new window to the destination URL. On mobile, it will open a new tab in the browser.

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