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Here are some of our favourite current campaigns, powered by Buyapowa’s unique social selling platform. Have a browse, they might just inspire you.

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Paddy Power, Enhanced Price Store

The betting giant’s Enhanced Price store is a 21st Century reinvention of the classic member-get-member customer acquisition campaign. By offering better odds on key bets to punters – providing they get their friends in on the action, Paddy Power have picked up loads of new customers while entertaining and rewarding their core fans. Everyone’s a winner!

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Tesco expands social selling approach to Tesco Direct

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Retail giant Tesco launches new social selling campaign with social technology platform Buyapowa 

To drive word-of-mouth sales around its Direct range, Tesco will offer a series of deals and rewards starting with their Entertainment category

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London, 05/08/14 – The UK’s largest retailer Tesco has today launched a new word-of-mouth social selling campaign for its Direct range of products, in partnership with social selling platform Buyapowa. Building on Tesco’s previous experience of social selling with its Grocery division, the campaign enables customers to shop for great deals and earn exclusive rewards when pre-ordering the latest video games, such as new game-of-the-year contender ‘Destiny’.

Aside from using the innovative Co-buy mechanism to lower the price of products as more people shop, customers will be able to win exclusive rewards by creating the biggest buzz via social media. Prizes such as free games, merchandise and bonus content will also be on offer to those who can encourage the most friends to buy into the deals.

This introductory Co-buy on the entertainment products in Tesco’s Direct range will shortly be followed by further Co-buy offers across a broad range of products, as the retailer looks to extend the offers to more areas.

Gideon Lask, CEO of Buyapowa, said: “This campaign will open up a totally new channel that will enable Tesco to get closer to fans than any other retailer. Making shopping a truly social experience is about creating a dynamic environment that is actually fun to shop in.”

“Gaming is one of the biggest and most social phenomena of our time and there are a number of hardcore gaming fans that Tesco can reach by offering a unique way to purchase ‘Destiny’. It makes perfect sense that Tesco should choose its range of video games to launch its new Co-buying offers. Tesco is utilising the platform to make shopping itself into a game, tapping into the players’ natural competitive streak as well as giving fans the chance to earn some great deals and exclusive ‘never before seen’ content.”

The exciting new Tesco channel is powered by Buyapowa’s unique technology platform, which enables brands as varied as Hachette UK, Paddy Power and NBCUniversal to engage and reward their customers with cutting-edge retail experiences. Enabling campaigns and promotions which combine user co-creation, dynamic pricing and gamification, and offering a comprehensive suite of CRM and analytics tools, Buyapowa’s award-winning platform has recently earned the company one of only four global Garner Cool Vendor commendations in the E-commerce sector.

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Marketing Week says Co-buys “send conversion rates soaring”

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What do we mean by ‘rewards’? What kind of incentive is it when retailers offer the same boring savings to everyone? How can we expect customers to be loyal when it’s rarely a two-way street?

These are some of the critical questions facing brands, retailers and marketers today. And Marketing Week have tackled them in a stand-out feature about vouchers and incentives, published in their latest edition. Unsurprisingly, they’ve consulted the experts: Buyapowa, plus two of our clients, Tesco and GameSeek.

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Currys got this so wrong. Tesco got it so right.

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We’re living in pretty cool times. We’ve invented duster socks for cats. Science has blessed us with bacon-scented cologne. Even advertising’s started to move with the times – Twitter’s new TV tie-in represents some serious joined up thinking. I’m a big fan of the clever remarketing Facebook’s now offering via its FBX platform (there’s some golden potential for Social Commerce in them there hills).

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Tesco launches Social Commerce channel, powered by buyapowa

Tesco Launches Social Commerce Channel, Powered By Buyapowa

We’re delighted to announce the launch of a brand new Co-buying channel for Tesco – the UK’s largest retailer.

Co-buying is the fast-emerging new form of online retail, allowing the customer to define what’s on offer and for the offer to increase in value as more people participate; smart rewards rather than blanket discounting. It turns social media into a powerful transactional channel, driving customer acquisition and insight.

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