Buyapowa Client Summit 2018: the morning after the night before

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Our heads hurt. Mainly because they’re bursting with new learnings, memories of great conversations and, yeah alright, one or two drinks at last night’s Buyapowa Client Summit.

Possibly three.

We adore our annual gatherings though, getting together Buyapowa clients present and future, plus leading experts from the worlds of retail and marketing. And last night’s Summit was our best to date, with record attendance, plus great keynote speeches from data expert, Matthew Tod, awesome futurologist Eirik Norman Hansen and (cough) little old me, Robin Bresnark, Buyapowa’s Director of Client Success.

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The science of referral marketing

The Science Of Referral Marketing

As the world’s most advanced referral marketing platform, we spend all day every day digging into what makes people share invites to their favourite brands and retailers and what makes their friends shop. Over the years, we’ve acquired a vast wealth of insight… now it’s time to share it with you.

In this dispatch from our labs, you’ll learn which sharing channels, rewards and incentives work best. We’ll identify which kinds of customers refer the most, the best time to get them involved and how long their referrals can take to come in. And we’ll debunk a myth or two along the way.

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Credit Union Marketing Survey Results 2016

The results are in. Download Buyapowa’s white paper with all the data from our 2016 Credit Union Marketing Survey. Learn how marketers at credit unions are getting their jobs done, where they’re blocked, and what’s working for them.

This white paper discusses the advantages of referral marketing programs for credit unions seeking to attract new customers in the digital age and receive strong, measurable ROI for their marketing investments.. Specifically, this white paper:

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Analysis: How Amazon’s App Store Can Use Co-Buying To Overtake Google & Apple

Analysis: Amazon’s App Store Is On The Cusp Of Overtaking Google & Apple

If phones were cars, the screen would be the dashboard, the CPU would be the engine, the battery would be the gas tank. And the apps? The apps would be the wheels. Without apps, you’re going nowhere. With them, the world’s your oyster.

That’s why the global app market is already worth $27 billion – a massive figure that’s set to grow by 30% within the year. That’s why the world’s most popular app, Facebook Messenger, has over 700 million users. And that’s why each and every one of us has about 22 apps on our phones (in fact, if you’re an Apple muncher, that’s likely to be more like 37).

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