Free vs Gamified Campaigns

Modified on Fri, 06 Jan 2023 at 10:03 AM

A great campaign will help you sell more tickets, and sell them faster by increasing word of mouth, capturing data & building your audience.

Gamified campaigns are marketing campaigns that use game-like elements to engage and motivate users. These campaigns often involve challenges or tasks that users can complete to earn points, rewards, or other incentives. Gamified campaigns can be used to promote products or services, or simply to increase brand awareness and engagement

Free vs Gamified Campaigns

It's important to know what campaign features are available for Free vs Gamified Campaigns so you can get the best results:

Gamified Campaign Features

Tailor-made gamified campaigns let your audience do your marketing for you, expanding your reach organically. 

You will sell more tickets and capture more audience data with these powerful insights:

Set The Rewards

What better way to create buzz and make your presale campaign go viral than offering fans some kick-ass prizes?! Incentivize your audience with points to share, invite their friends, connect & follow:

Social: Share

Fans earn points for sharing the presale registration link on social media

Invite Friends

Fans earn points for each friend that accepts their invite to register

Social: Follow & connect

Fans like, follow & subscribe to your account to earn points

Create a Campaign Widget

Create a tour

So fans can easily select their chosen location when registering for a campaign

Campaign Insights

Age, gender, location, Top Spenders, most loyal customers, top referrers, top artists & tracks

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