The more individuals know of your contest, the better for your company. When something unfortunate happens as related to your brand and product and/or service, turn it into a positive. Sometimes, to show that we are so professional, we kind of do not want to tell our story. But stories can get you closer to your audience. There is actually a website and a complete movement, wherein people try to use IKEA products in a way not originally meant by the creator. With this, your company can get additional publicity and you can also look professional to your customers.
Think about making mini or smaller versions of your product and/or service at a discount. This will bring in new or existing consumers that could bring long term business relations.
Even though funnies on the newspaper are slowly dying, online comic strips are alive and well. Think about creating your very own comics online to show funny or weird parts of your business.
To begin, check out Strip Generator or Pixton. By “game-ifying” your product or service, you will get users excited.
The customer can pick how long the subscription would be. Case in point, the Dollar Shave Club sends razors of high quality to your home just for a couple of dollars each month. This is so customers could shave with a fresh blade. When you provide users the ability to earn bonus points by just sharing the contest through social media, it is most likely that users would bite. What this indicates is that you give the option to share the contest through a button or promoting that users share the contest on social media.
Afterwards, recommend them to your customers. This shows you are confident in your standing with your customers enough to recommend them to your competition. You might even get something in return from the competition.
Pop-up stores are temporary shops, which are easy to set up and close. When you have a pop-up store, you bring yourself to your customers—whether it may be an office, a fair, a street corner, and the like. Box subscriptions are commitments that you would send to your customer a box of goods each month for a particular period.