We’re starting the new year off with a bang: We’re partnering with Hallmark!
The beloved greeting card company swooped in at the end of the year with a holiday campaign that rewards mobile users. It saw astounding engagement rates in the first month and is continuing its partnership throughout the new year.
In their separate endeavors, Hallmark and Kiip share a basic mission: to reach out during noteworthy moments, say thanks and create meaningful connections.
Hallmark cards reach users when they need a friendly message the most: to celebrate birthdays, wish someone a happy holiday, share condolences and more. Simply put, Hallmark brings joy to everyone it crosses. It makes sense that the company partners with Kiip to extend that happiness to users on mobile.
Looking to engage with Hallmark? Rewards are currently delivered during “achievement moments” in all app verticals, including games, fitness, food and drink, lifestyle and productivity. We’ve shared a sample reward below. Kiip your eyes open for it – this is one reward you don’t want to miss!
So far, rewards have increased users' appreciation for both Hallmark and the apps in which they receive rewards, leading to a win-win for brands and developers.
— Andrea E. (@cuppi27) December 15, 2014
We’re excited, too.
Kiip redefines how brands connect with consumers through moment-based rewards. Rewards increase engagement and purchase intent, and 84 percent of mobile users say they prefer mobile rewards over ads.
Hundreds of brands already use Kiip. To learn more, visit kiip.me/brands.
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