From Facebook to Instagram, fashion to finance; check out these awesome results we’ve helped these businesses to achieve by running short-term, tactical competitions and giveaways.
Language Lane's first ever competition.
Language Lane asked us to help them run their first ever competition in the hope of upping their Facebook page likes and increasing engagement within their 1,000 follower-strong community.
Together, we designed a caption-to-win competition where entrants had to post the question they would ask a cuban lady if they had the chance to travel to Cuba and meet her. The competition was a huge success – attracting 174 entries – a fantastic response for a game of skill, which usually see lower entries due to the perceived effort involved.
Ripple Effect Gifts' Valentine's giveaway.
Valentine’s Day is the perfect opportunity to show your clients how much you love them, by running a giveaway! Ripple Effect Gifts wanted to promote their Valentines Date Night In Hampers to help their customers create memories and experiences with their loved one on Valentine’s Day.
They enlisted our help to build a landing page to host their competition and assist with the competition management. We were both absolutely over the moon at attracting 464 entries in only 8 days – and the lucky winner was pleased to receive their Date Night In Hamper in time to woo their valentine!
At a cost of only $0.91 per email address acquisition, it’s definitely one of the most cost-efficient ways to grow your email list whilst surprising and delighting your customers!
Revoir's second hand fashion survey.
The team at Revoir designed a survey to find out more about their target audience and their second hand fashion buying habits. To incentivise their target audience to complete the survey, we worked together to create an incredibly popular giveaway.
We worked hard to ensure that those who entered fit their target demographic so they were collecting quality information and quality leads. Of the 930 entries, 514 opted to sign up to their mailing list – what a great result!