Gratification + Satisfaction = Gratisfaction
Gratisfaction is simply described by UrbanDictionary.com as “feeling of intense satisfaction and gratification”
Games, contests, sweepstakes and giveaways (gamification) are all exciting and easy ways for businesses of all types and sizes to build lasting relationships with both new and old customers alike!
Gamification taps into the subconscious minds of your customers and motivates them to either provide specific types of information to your business and/or refer your “games” and business to others in exchange for the possibility to WIN something of value (a gift or prize) and rewards them for their actions.
When they refer your “games” (your business) to their family, friends, coworkers or other acquaintances your business gets more exposure which leads to more foot (brick & mortar) or “finger” (internet) traffic which ultimately leads to more sales, and increased profits.
When they provide specific information, which is determined on how the game(s) is set up, your business is building a lasting marketing asset that you can then use to send timely eMail and/or text messages telling those people on your list(s) about upcoming deals, steals, specials or exclusive events that you are running.
As networking and referral marketing expert Bob Burg states in his extremely popular “Endless Referrals” marketing book, “All things being equal, people do business with, and refer business to people they know, like and trust.”
Currently we have (4) types of gamification apps available ( more currently in development) all of which are designed to inspire people to get to know, like and trust you and your business.
Still unsure or have questions? Get more information on our Why Gamification page!
If you believe gamification could help grow your business while increasing revenues and profits, and you’d like to incorporate this highly effective (and extremely addictive) customer acquisition formula into your marketing program(s), simply contact us on our MomentuMarketing.net home page and we’ll get back with you to discuss in more detail how to move forward.