Why ethical fashion is made for referral marketing

The days when consumers would support brands without knowing anything about them are over. The internet has made it easier than ever to learn about the ethics and practices of companies which consumers support. Companies with track records of ethical missteps or questionable policies can’t hide those blunders anymore. Instead, they bear the brunt of bad social media buzz, which can have a very real impact on their stock prices and overall reputations.

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Buyapowa masterclass: why no brand is too big for referral

Too big for referral

The popular belief is that referral marketing is a sledgehammer, something you deploy to get masses of new customer acquistions in one big slam. But, here at Buyapowa, we know it can be much more surgical than that – less a sledgehammer and more of a scalpel; something you can deploy in very specific ways to achieve very specific goals.

In this article, we’ll take you through two use cases where referral can be extremely surgical. And, to illustrate the point, we’ll use one example brand, Boots: the kind of brand that might think it’s too big for referral but, once it understands that referral needn’t be a blunt tool, quickly sees the value.

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Golden global: L’Occitane’s referral programme rolls out internationally

L'Occitane's referral programme

Hot on the heels of their recent UK launch, L’Occitane are taking their refer-a-friend programme into five more countries across four continents. As the programme rolls out over the coming weeks, customers in France, Germany, the United States, Brazil and Japan will be equipped and incentivised to introduce their friends to the world-famous luxury beauty brand, earning rewards every time one of them shops.

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