Podcast: referral and Lebara mobile

Lebara

This week, Buyapowa's Director of Client Success, Robin Bresnark, catches up with Dipesh Sanghrajka from Lebara's Digital Growth team to chat about traditional marketing channels, online acquisition and, of course, referral marketing.

Dipesh is a fascinating man and Lebara - one of Buyapowa's latest clients - is a fascinating telecoms brand, set up specifically to serve migrant communities and to help family members, displaced across the world, keep in touch with each other.

Fundamentally, Lebara serves communities - and that makes them an absolutely ideal client when it comes to referral marketing. When it comes to switching mobile phone network, the first thing we all do is ask our friends: "What’s the service like? How’s the signal?". So referral’s a natural fit in telecoms.

Add that to the sense of community Lebara’s customers have - where it’s all about helping your relatives and neighbours - and you’ve got something very special indeed.

You can stream the podcast below, or just hit the download button to save it to your device. Enjoy!


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Everything we know about referral rewards and incentives. (Hint: it's everything there is to know.)

Everything we know about rewards and incentives

You learn a thing or 39 working at Buyapowa, the world's leading referral marketing platform. And, day in day out, we share what we know with our hundreds of clients across all kinds of industries - from fashion and beauty to telecoms and financial services, and everything in-between.

One of the topics we're asked about most often is how to choose the perfect referral rewards and friend incentives. What are the different options available? Which ones work best in which circumstances? What value should they have? And what are the roles of rewards and incentives in the first place? Well, here's everything we know. And, now, you do too!

Rewards

  1. Referral rewards are a thank you to customers who have successfully referred their friends.
  2. They're also something to accelerate that referral in the first place.
  3. Guess what? The first point really isn't important. If the referral was going to happen anyway, a thank you is nice, but it’s ultimately unnecessary. Rewards should be designed to trigger actions that wouldn’t happen on their own.
  4. You’re rewarding referrals, but referring isn’t the action rewards should be designed to trigger. The actual action is sharing with a friend; whether they


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