Leverage key moments in editorial content for brief interludes of an interactive poll or survey. Design the content in a gamified style to make it light and fun, while still picking up valuable market research.
Sizzle merchants are able to display content in their editorial sections which deliver an audience that has directly expressed interest in the merchant’s goods, services, or experiences. Sizzle provides the fun, interactive conduit that delivers market research, consumer interaction and direct transactional opportunities to create substantial incremental revenue.
Monthly Cost: Pick the monthly program, Start Up, Enterprise, Premium or Custom that is appropriate combination of Sizzle Offer Engine™ functionalities for your company or organization.
Additional Market Research Costs:
Client to supply questions and assets. Sizzle will program the market research format to your specifications, and you will populate the market research with new content as your needs dictate.
Set up: $5000, ongoing use $2000/mo. plus increases proportionately for audiences over 25,000 uses.
Populate marketing survey with 10 prizes and 10 offers – No charge if you perform these tasks yourself, or if you prefer, Sizzle concierge will do this for you for $50 per prize and $50 per offer (minimum 10 prizes and 10 offers required)
Additional prizes or offers after first ten in each category are free if you add them yourself and cost $35 ea. for Sizzle Concierge to upload them for you.
10% Sales Commission on all sold items or $0.25 per clickthrough to Amazon, Shopify, ETSY, Ebay and other 3rd party marketplaces
3 Easy Steps
- Click GET STARTED below to log-in/create an account and select this category on the Sizzle dashboard
- Upload your offers, prizes and branded game artwork following the technical specifications provided on the dashboard
- Set the parameters of your game, contact Sizzle for custom programming (allow 4 -8 weeks) and launch
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