What do you get when you decide to work with Buyapowa? Well, you get unprecedented numbers of valuable new customers, acquired via the world’s leading refer-a-friend platform. You get unlimited support and guidance from our team of advocacy experts, plus a fully-managed service which makes launching and refining your programme a breeze. But, most importantly, you get to come to the annual Buyapowa Client Summit – just like these wonderful people did this week:
As always, it was a blast – and it turned out to be every bit as enlightening as it was fun, thanks to absolutely fascinating guest presentations from Bulb’s Jenny Zhao and SMARTY’s Ian Buckley, plus a panel chaired by ecommerce legend Matthew Tod and featuring Vodafone’s Daniel Thomas. From our side, we were delighted to announce several brand new features coming soon to the Buyapowa platform, and to explain how our clients can use some whip-smart psychological hacks to supercharge their referral programmes.
Acquiring new customers is tough. But imagine if 20% of them could be acquired as the result of an intro from an existing customer. That’s the kind of result being achieved by companies using Buyapowa’s introduce-a-friend platform.
It plugs seamlessly into your existing website or app. Simply turn it on and it incentivises and equips existing customers to engage, to share and to acquire new ones for your business. Again and again and again. Here’s the leading fashion retailer River Island, use Buyapowa’s platform to get their existing shoppers recruiting their friends. Enjoy the video!
What World of Warcraft Can Teach Brands and Retailers
Given that the term ‘gamification‘, first coined by Nick Pelling in 2002, originated from online gaming, it is apt to consider what brands and retailers can learn from Massively Multiplayer Online Games (‘MMOGs’) like World of Warcraft.
Lots of people ask us to lay out the future of e-commerce in one sentence. They want us to explain how they can exchange their social currency for real ROI, but they don’t want us to take any longer than 15 seconds. They’re desperate to learn about how everything is changing and how they can stay one step ahead, but they’re really bursting for the loo.