Announcing the Promosis 20 Years 20 Prizes Sweepstakes

In 1997 we launched Promosis. While it’s tempting to list some of the major events that occurred in our launch year (Harry Potter first published!), we get it – you don’t have time to read about stuff from two decades ago. But perhaps you do have under a minute to celebrate our company’s 20th anniversary with us? Enter our Promosis 20 Years / 20 Prizes …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

Intermedia Outdoors taps into March Madness to drive traffic and sales

For the last few years, InterMedia Outdoors, owner of Sportsman Channel and 15 popular outdoor sportsman magazine and digital media titles, has capitalized on our country’s love of Bracketology to increase web traffic and drive digital media sales. With Promosis’ assistance, they’ve dramatically surpassed their previous web traffic records. Check out this year’s live G&A Madness Bracket in which readers vote to reflect their opinion …Read More

Running a promotion on your own can be a costly – and even illegal – mistake

Promotion marketing is an excellent tool for driving traffic and increasing sales. However, some companies who aren’t experts in promotion try to run such programs on their own, and experience unintended, negative consequences. To increase sales, Gallery Furniture in Houston, TX ran a promotion borrowing sizzle from the most recent Super Bowl. However, the store owner is an expert in furniture – not in promotion …Read More

Would 5.5 MILLION impressions boost your sales?

Bose Corporation and Sports Illustrated recently collaborated on a Super Bowl XLVIII-themed sweepstakes to celebrate their respective connection to America’s “unofficial holiday.” The promotion Grand Prize included a trip for two to Manhattan, transportation, and tickets to the Big Game. The prize also included a meet and greet with Peter King, the founder of “Monday Morning Quarterback (MMQB)” – the world’s most widely read NFL …Read More