Les Trophées Ecommerce 2017 mettent en lumière la percée du parrainage digital en France

Le parrainage digital devient l’outil incontournable des marketers français, ce levier d’acquisition et de fidélisation aura par ailleurs été reconnu parmi les tendances innovantes lors de cette 11e édition des Trophées E-Commerce à Paris, ce mardi.

La plateforme de parrainage omni-canale Buyapowa a été récompensée comme l'initiative la plus remarquable de cette catégorie, en remportant la médaille d’or : le projet étant d’accompagner le déploiement de la marque FeelUnique en France via leur programme de parrainage dernière génération.

Aline Mezard, Country Manager France chez Buyapowa, partage :
« Nous sommes ravis que le jury composé de belles personnalités du Ecommerce, ait confirmé en nous attribuant la médaille d’or que le parrainage digital est à présent d’actualité sur le marché français. FeelUnique a ouvert la marche mi-2016 et nous sommes heureux de présenter aujourd’hui des références précurseurs telles que le Groupe Vivarte, L’Occitane, Conforama, la Française des Jeux, M6 Web, Kube. »

Consultez le slideshow EcommerceMag des Trophées ici.

Si vous voulez en savoir plus sur le parrainage digital et comment cela pourrait fonctionner pour votre marque, prenez contact avec nous !

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Buyapowa Showreel October 2015

Covering five of the key sectors in which we work - retail & ecommerce, style & fashion, mobile networks, online gaming and premium & luxury - we take a look at how some of the world’s biggest brands and retailers are using the Buyapowa platform to drive and track word-of-mouth sales. Enjoy the video

If you'd like to see some case studies, or if you fancy a full demo of our platform, we'd love to hear from you. Just email us at hello@buyapowa.com.

Let's Talk Referral Marketing

Whether you are new to to referral marketing or are 'an expert' having already implemented or built your own scheme, then drop us a line as we would love to share what we have learned working with over 100 of the World's leading brands and retailers!


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"Native advertising is evil", unless...

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An extremely thought-provoking article appeared in The Guardian this week, written by the advertising analyst, Bob Garfield. Via a rather delicious Faustian metaphor, he accuses the publishing industry of selling its soul in its acceptance - possibly even its celebration - of native advertising: sponsored content which serves a brand agenda masquerading as editorially created copy. Or, as Fleet Street's finest used to call it, advertorial.

We'll not explore the ethics of native advertising here. Bob Garfield makes a tremendously compelling case, so compelling in fact that Dr Paul Marsden of Digital Intelligence Today sums up his argument as "native advertising is evil". Certainly, there's a sizeable wolf-in-sheeps-clothing hue to the whole practice, a tacit industry understanding that most advertising is so grubby every possible measure should be taken to ensure that the public doesn't recognise an ad as an ad.

Which seems thoroughly barking to me.

If you're worried that the public will find your adverts underhand or conniving, surely the answer isn't to disguise them as something fluffier. The answer is to make them less underhand and less conniving. To do that, you need to address two fundamental problems with just about all advertising, branding and marketing today:


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Seven tips for retailers wanting to survive a tough spring

11 tips for surviving a tough Q1

It's not just the athletes in Sochi who are suffering a chilly time of it; worldwide retail's undergoing a serious cold snap following icy sales and frosty forecasts. So, what are you going to do to survive what's set to be a pretty brutal Q1?

Well, as the St. Bernard dogs of retail, we've pulled together seven easy-to-implement tips and strategies to keep the wolves from your door and the icicles off your nose. All of these activities can be implemented within weeks, not months, and if you follow our advice we'll guarantee you a positive outcome.

There. That's better already, isn't it?

1. Experiment, experiment, experiment

Same-old-same-old just doesn't cut it anymore. Just look at the retailers who had a bad Christmas this year - they all relied on tedious old tactics like generic across-the-board discounting thinking that what worked in the past would work in the present. The ones who thrived (John Lewis, Next, Ted Baker, Ryman) were the ones who didn't even discount at all but, instead, tried new, engaging tactics to capture the public's imagination. The trick is not to spend months and months over-thinking your experimetns but just to start doing and learning_. _As Dell's


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Data: digital retail's top three priorities for 2014

 Digital Retail Priorities 2014

Following a mixed Christmas - overall gloom leavened by the occasional boom - 2014 is shaping up to be a year of radical change for the digital retail industry. More so than ever, those who can't adapt won't survive the lean Q1 months ahead, so what changes lie in-store now that the tinsel's down and the profit warnings are looming?

We surveyed over 200 Heads of eCommerce and Heads of Social from across Europe and the United States to gauge their top strategic priorities for 2014. What changes will they be making? How will they be spending their budgets? What are their goals for the year ahead? Below are their top three responses: smarter promotions, innovative customer acquisition and generating real ROI from social. But, first, here are a few surprises from the survey.

  • Is this the end for old social? In previous years, we’d have expected to see lots of digital retailers and marketers focusing on growing their social audiences by adding 'Likes' and followers. But our survey indicated that only 4% of respondents regarded this as critical goal for the coming year, with the emphasis shifting towards monetisation of that audience instead (see below).

  • Money talks. Two


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