Now powering referral marketing across Norway

Like apple pie, muscle cars and blue jeans, referral marketing used to be a quintessentially American phenomenon. But, in the past few years, it’s spread like wildfire across the globe: first in the UK, then throughout Asia and Western Europe and now - with a bang - in Norway.

So, it’s no surprise that, hot on the heels of FMCG brand Zentio and the leading fashion retailer Nelly, our latest client win is a Norwegian one - the digital grocer (and Norway's fastest growing entrepreneurial company), marked.no.

Having worked with the likes of Ocado and Tesco, our team have unrivalled experience in the grocery sector, and we’re excited to see what we can achieve with a grocer that’s so innovative it's already delivering directly to people’s parked cars. It's certainly making great use of one of Buyapowa’s most innovative features - our referral leaderboard - meaning that the marked.no customer who gets the most friends shopping will get to enjoy dinner with world champion master chef, Geir Skeie.

Marked.no joins the ever-growing list of leading brands and retailers in the Nordics and across the globe that have placed their trust in


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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).

You’ll know Apple’s App Store and Google’s Play Store, but our own favourite is Amazon’s Appstore for Android – a modest player comparatively, but one with massive potential and some genuinely innovative advantages over its behemoth rivals. From its Test Drive feature (where, thanks to Amazon’s cloud computing grunt, you can try an app out on your PC before you buy it on your phone) to that 1-click checkout with 14 years’ worth of ready-to-roll customers. Plus,


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