Time Inc. UK has partnered with Buyapowa to empower all its subscribers to refer friends to any of its publications.
As Britain's leading publisher of print and digital magazines, it publishes over 60 titles including People, Sports Illustrated, Country Life, Horse & Hound, NME, InStyle, Decanter and the eponymous Time Magazine. Subscribers can now recommend that friends try any of these publications with a 55% discount on initial subscription. Each successful referral earning the referrer a £5 John Lewis card.
Gideon Lask, Founder and CEO of Buyapowa said "Time Inc. always knew that word of mouth played an important part in driving magazine subscriptions offline. But because consumers now spend so much time being social online, that represents an enormous subscriber-get-subscriber opportunity.
Time Inc. partnered with Buyapowa because of our advanced and easy to use sharing tools. These enable any subscriber to refer friends directly from their laptop or mobile phone using email, Facebook Messenger, Whatsapp, SMS or their social network of choice.
Word of mouth works well for subscription businesses like magazines as people with a niche interest often know people who share their passion. But we all know friends, family and colleagues with different interests. So by making the offer available across all the Group's titles, every subscriber can be confident that there will be something to interest their friends."
Time Inc. joins the ever-growing list of leading brands that have partnered Buyapowa to supercharge their customer or subscriber acquisition. If you would like to learn how this can work for your business, then get in touch.
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