Marketing Emails

A Motivating Promotion Can Result In Attention-Grabbing Publicity

When developing contests and sweepstakes, have a PR plan in place to keep the contest in front of your audience. For example, the Cast for Cash Fishing Contest, jointly sponsored by the Pocono Mountain Visitors Bureau and the Lake Wallenpaupack Watershed Management District and produced by us, continues to get great press, including a five minute feature during a recent television newscast. Strong promotion concepts …Read More

Instant-Win Games Increase Response

We utilize a variety of promotional tools to help clients motivate their target audience to take an action. An instant-win game, for example, is an effective method for stimulating prospects or customers to: – Make an additional purchase at a retail store – Complete an online survey – Visit a website, a tradeshow booth or a brick & mortar store -Create excitement around a product …Read More

Promosis Launches 2nd Annual Sweepstakes For Best Selling Vehicle In America

Our work continues for one of the world’s biggest brands. This month, Ford Trucks activated their sponsorship of The Outfitters on the Sportsman Channel with a sweepstakes designed to deliver “handraisers”. Last year, we produced a program that touted a Grand Prize combining a Ford Truck with adventure trips designed by renowned outdoor guides from The Outfitters. The program was an outstanding success in delivering …Read More

SinglePlatform uses the power of sweepstakes to promote new service feature

SinglePlatform – the most widely used local business listing platform – recently asked us to help promote a key new service available to its customers. The goals of the promotion were two-fold: To increase awareness of its new “item-level photo” option To increase the use of the item-level photo feature To accomplish these goals, SinglePlatform used an email marketing campaign to tout its new capability …Read More

Our customers range from Fortune 100 companies to regional recreational attractions

The Lake Wallenpaupack Watershed Management District (“the Watershed”) is a non-profit organized to protect the third largest lake in Pennsylvania. At 5,700 acres of open water, the only economically viable way for the Watershed to protect the lake is by preventing pollution, which requires education and cooperation from everyone in the region. To raise awareness of the organization and their mission, the Watershed will produce …Read More