Agency & Brands
Revenue is measured in dollars, not likes. Isn't it time social media delivered both?
Introducing Share It Up!, a revolutionary new Social Coupon platform based on patent-pending technology that drives consumers to share your promotional offers across social, mobile, and online media because the offers increase in value the more they’re shared.
Use Share It Up! to Virally Increase Awareness, Exposure, and Sales
Share It Up! allows you to create offers with escalating levels of value that get triggered as consumers share them through their social networks. Offers can be taken by consumers right away at current face value, or can be ”shared up“ for greater savings or rewards. Consumers are encouraged to socially spread and share your offers with friends they think will be most interested; some of those friends will do the same, and so on, as each consumer strives to unlock the next level of value for themselves and for those in their social networks who have also shared your offer.
For example, a $5 off coupon could be increased up to $10, $15, $20 or whatever amount you choose (or discount could escalate from 25%, to 30%, 40%, 50%, or whatever percentage you choose) depending on the number of times the offer is shared.
You specify the value levels, the number of shares required to unlock them, the duration of the offer, and more – our simple online interface enables you to define these elements and to design the graphical appearance of the offer (for online presentation, at-home printing, and display on a mobile device), with options such as unique alphanumberic, UPC, or GS1 codes for in-store or online redemption. We've also built in multiple layers and types of security measures to prevent fraud.
Replace Expensive, Non-Social & Couterproductive Campaigns
Cutting through the clutter for consumers' attention has never been more challenging. But the options currently available to marketers are expensive (high paid media costs of traditional coupons and “daily deals” that drive negative-ROI because they take a large share of your revenue) and tend not to be redeemed by the most-desired customers. And while pass-along is encouraged, sharing is very low because there is little or no incentive for consumers to do so.