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Thanks to our Quiz and Contests module you can make your site interactive and offer your visitors the chance to take part in well-designed contests. Create time limited or unlimited commercial activities which can help an e-commerce brand to :

  • Use data received to build a client base
  • Increase the number of subscriptions to a newsletter
  • Increase your customers' commitment and interaction.
  • Communicate about the launch of new products, offers, and services
  • Develop brand awareness and so improve your sales
  • Generate traffic on your web site
  • Create loyal clients

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A contest is a powerful marketing tool which meets several marketing objectives : address collecting, data qualification, making your sales area more lively, increasing sales...
This module allows you to create different types of games :

  • Prize draw (entry form)
  • Survey (e.g., quantitative inquiry) followed by a prize draw
  • An interactive contest
  • Quiz and questionnaire
  • Photo contest (best shots, photo montages)

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Many features are available so that you can create a contest that suits you :

  • Create different types of contests : prize draws, surveys, quizzes, photo contests.
  • There are 12 different fields (image submission, slider, ranking with stars, etc. ...)
  • It is possible to export all the entries in CSV format
  • Prize draw, with increased probability of winning if the user shares the contest
  • Follow your conversion rates (subscriptions to your newsletter)
  • Responsive to back and front office
  • Easy and quick to set up

Click on the button to start the demonstration