Conrad plug in Buyapowa to power their referrals

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As one of Europe's leading multi-channel retailers of electronic gadgets and gizmos, Conrad know a thing or two about technology. That's why millions of customers visit their websites and stores each month, selecting from among half a million products from brands including Apple, Microsoft, Philips, Samsung and LG.

It's also why they've quickly spotted the potential in referral technology: the fast-growing marketing tool in mainland Europe. To get up and running quickly - but with unlimited room for growth - they've selected the Buyapowa referral platform, and the first of their programmes goes live across France today.

Phase one of the programme sees every successful referral rewarded with €15 credit, while friends are incentivised to make their first purchase at Conrad via a 20% saving plus free delivery. Further phases will roll out over the coming weeks and months, as Conrad experiment with Buyapowa's unique multiple-referral engine and omnichannel referral tools.

Stay tuned for more details and, if you'd like to learn more about our platform and the exciting work we're doing in the world of retail, just get in touch.

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HOW TO: drive shoppers into physical stores using social

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Do you work in retail? Does the word 'multichannel' feature in your title or your job spec? Then you probably spend every working hour figuring out how to harmonise your online and offline offerings: developing strategies, finding synergies and delivering sales across channels.

But I bet you've ignored social - especially when it comes to using social to deliver sales instore.

Don't worry. It's not too late to start, and we're going to give you some fuss-free ideas any retailer can implement which are guaranteed to make a real difference. Sounds good? Then, let's go...

We’ve all seen how social can dramatically expand reach, decrease acquisition costs and drive sales (just flick through this blog for 1001 examples). And social is, essentially, a digital medium - so it makes a certain amount of sense that it should be used to guide potential customers to digital destinations. But only using social to power e-commerce is like only using your car to drive to streets beginning with vowels: a massive underuse of available resources.

Of course, if you do want to use social to help your physical offering, you need to focus on footfall. Footfall is everything in the world of


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