As a sport club you’re not only competing against other sports clubs, you are also competing against companies such as Netflix, Youtube and Twitch which seem to engage younger audiences in a low cost and scalable way. The attention of your fans is monetizable and with all live sports events cancelled, sports clubs and sponsors are looking for new ways to sustainably engage with their fandoms.
The COVID-19 outbreak has moved the eyeballs of consumers even more online. With all live events being postponed or even cancelled, sports clubs and their sponsors have to come up with new ways to engage with fans. In this article you will learn about the impact of Corona on sports events, how clubs and their sponsors are adapting, why you should use gamification to create digital engagement and what the benefits of gamification for marketing activations are.
Do you ever wonder how successful apps manage to keep their customers hyper engaged? In this post we explore how game mechanisms can trigger external and internal motivation along with how some of the world’s biggest apps like Facebook use gamification for apps in their customer and employee engagement strategies. Lastly we provide you with 10 ways to use gamification in your buyer journey and common pitfalls to avoid.
One of the hardest challenges in business today is engagement. Be it for customers, users or employees it’s important to have the right engagement strategies in place. Engagement is essentially a mutual involvement in interactions and possibly even behavior or actions. Digital noize continues to make it harder to trigger initial engagement and even more so to maintain customer engagement throughout the long term.