Our Best Content: The Best Of ReferralCandy’s Blog in 2014

December 23, 2014 by Visakan Veerasamy+ in ReferralCandy Updates

2014 has been a wonderful ride for all of us at ReferralCandy, and for us in the content team in particular, too. We were very proud to be listed on Brian Honigman’s list of 60 Must-Read Marketing, Business & Social Media Blogs for 2015. We’ve had our content shared by some pretty awesome folks. We’ve been […]

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Achievement Unlocked: ReferralCandy Helps Retailers Make $10,000,000 in Referral Sales

December 16, 2014 by Dinesh Raju+ in ReferralCandy Updates

I got an email a couple of weeks ago that totally made my day. It was from Cedric, a friend who made a purchase at You Need A Budget, one of the retailers using ReferralCandy. The email was short and to the point: Just a quick email to say that I bought YNAB yesterday, and […]

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Quit Plugging, Start Conversing: Why Broadcasting Doesn’t Work and 5 Ways to Engage Your Followers on Twitter

March 5, 2014 by Daniel Tay+ in Marketing Analysis / ReferralCandy Updates / Succeeding at Social Media

Picture this, if you will: You are hanging around at a cocktail party organized by one of your friends. He promised that it would be a really happening party, with colorful conversations and big names stopping by to say hello. What better way could there be to spend a Saturday night? you think to yourself […]

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ReferralCandy in 2013: Year in Review

December 30, 2013 by Visakan Veerasamy+ in ReferralCandy Updates

2013 has been a phenomenal year for us, and as it draws to a close, we thought we’d take a moment to review what we’ve been up to! New features, courtesy of Engineering: At ReferralCandy, we’re committed to building the best product we possibly can. We’re constantly tweaking it, refining it, adding new features, making […]

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Feature Updates and Popular Blogposts, November 2013

November 27, 2013 by Desmond Chua+ in ReferralCandy Updates
ReferralCandy Newsletter - November 2013

  Feature Updates [robotic voice] Hello, this is Engineering. “Reward Pending” and “Reward Ineligible” emails now customizable Decreased load times on status pages. Happy Thanksgiving. – Engineers @ ReferralCandy Recommended Blogposts: 1: Why Referral Marketing is Awesome Ever struggled to explain just how powerful referral marketing is? We’ve put together this infographic so you’ll never […]

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New Features and Popular Blogposts, October 2013

November 1, 2013 by Visakan Veerasamy+ in ReferralCandy Updates

  Badass New Features! 1: White Labelling Maximum customizability for your brand. For just US$149 per month, the White-Label Add-On allows you to directly edit the HTML and CSS of all emails and pages of your referral program. Every. Single. Thing. We’re talking pretty much absolute power here, folks. Remember, with great power comes great […]

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CandyDrips remind your customers so you don’t have to.

March 5, 2013 by Visakan Veerasamy+ in ReferralCandy Updates

Under The Hood is a series of posts about the intricacies of the ReferralCandy app, for those of you who’d like to get to know it a little better. CandyDrips remind your customers to make referrals. Forgetting things you need to do is a real issue for everybody in these chaotic times. There’s too much […]

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5 Steps To Optimize Your Referral Campaigns And Get More Customers

February 21, 2013 by Visakan Veerasamy+ in Optimizing Your Referral Program / ReferralCandy Updates
Getting the most out of your Referral Program

So you’ve got your referral program up and running. Sweet! How do you get the most out of it, though? 1. Write succinct referral emails with strong Calls-To-Action. When a customer buys a product from your online store, she receives an email from you (powered by us), with a coupon link for her to share […]

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ReferralCandy is now more Mobile Friendly. Sweet!

January 31, 2013 by Alvinl+ in ReferralCandy Updates

So I was just having a casual chat with our product software development team today, and they made a remark on how they had come up with some small features to improve our product. “What’s that?” I asked, thinking that it would be something obscure about HTML tags. “Well, we are using this new method […]

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