Coupon Reach and Contact Reach are both powerful softwares - both useful in increasing business revenue for clients and bringing rise to repeat transactions. While they have differences, they also have lots of similarities. Below are lists of features found in one of the softwares but not in the other:

Contact Reach features that are not in Coupon Reach:

  • Direct text-to-subscribe method (while Coupon Reach also has this option, it'll need to be set up in a different section in the software [Coupon Builder], and is usually not the main campaign entry point for subscribers)
  • 2-way texting system
  • Surveys
  • Contests
  • Loyalty campaigns
  • Web widgets
  • Packages and client accounts
  • Tablet Kiosk (for additional opt-in method & loyalty campaigns)
  • IVR (Interactive Voice Response, e.g.: Call-to-subscribe)
  • Woot Text (69696) Integration
  • Additional Coupons (additional coupons can be inserted on a coupon page)
  • TinyURL Branded Links (As of the moment)

Coupon Reach features that are not in Contact Reach:

  • Campaigns that can be set up as FB Ads
  • Voucher campaigns (Paid Coupons/Buy Now Vouchers)
  • Directory Campaigns/Ads
  • Categories feature for Directories
  • Standalone Offers (Offers can be posted standalone as an FB Ad)
  • Coupon Builder (create clickable images that lead to campaign subscription)
  • Dark Mode Theme for custom domain/Whitelabel login
  • Campaign Stopped Pages (landing page for when a campaign is deactivated)
  • Segments and Tags (can be applied to broadcasts)