RewardMob is a crypto-gaming platform that rewards the skills of passionate gamers with cash, RMOB tokens (cryptocurrency) and gift cards. The client approached Brainvire for a viral pre-launch marketing strategy. Brainvire’s digital marketers created a buzz about this platform through outreach and viral marketing campaigns. The online contests created by Brainvire engaged the target audience and helped in generating leads before the launch date.
What we did
Brainvire experts created an effective landing page after carrying out A/B testing with some outreach marketing through guest blogs, Quora, email. But viral marketing campaigns using Kickoff Labs was game-changing. We set up giveaways and sweepstakes where fans earn points and rewards for referring friends and promoting the brand! Automated contest emails to drive more referrals and audience engagement.
- CategoryEcommerce/ Mobile Application, Gaming
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Outreach marketing: Quality backlinks were obtained by means of guest posts and Quora activities.
The gaming platform received over 400 leads within two months of Brainvire’s digital marketing efforts. It also tasted success in the viral contests that witnessed huge participation from enthusiastic gamers. The bonus reward points (RMOB tokens) were a center of attraction of these campaigns. The app had a great launch and crossed 2 Million+ downloads on the App Store within a month.
Communication is their strength, especially for me as I'm a non-technical founder. The team knows their own strengths and weaknesses, using them to excel at their work. Brainvire Development does not shy away from challenges and has been able to meet all requirements set before them, no matter how difficult.
Todd KochFounder - RewardMob
“They handle all their work with a personal touch, which encourages a continued long-term partnership. Their deliverable are reliable thanks to vigorous QA testing. I would recommend Brainvire to anyone.”