People trust people more than businesses. Users referred to an app via word-of-mouth have double the retention rate of users acquired from paid ad campaigns.
Customize, personalize and automate your in-app referral system to boost your app installs and user acquisition rate. Encourage your existing users to invite their friends using popular apps like Whatsapp, Kik, Kakao and others, and stop relying on Facebook.
Ubisoft uses Smart Invites in FaceUp to invite friends into the same game session.
Clicks on our smart invite links add users to your retargeting campaigns.
The webhook system enables you to track all the install events generated via smart invites. Use this information to reward users who have proactively promoted your app in their circles. Whether you reward them for sending invites or when an invite results in an install, the reward trigger can be easily set as per your campaign.
The webhooks and referral data includes the sender and receiver information to give you total control over who to reward, when and how much (reward capping).
Fully automated graph for your app that connects your users with their invited friends irrespective of invite channel. Works seamlessly with our smart invites and Facebook graph.
Enable your users to grow their social connections by recommending other users that they may know because of a mutual friend.
Although similar to recommendations provided by various social networks i.e. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc. our recommendations work irrespective of how your users are authenticated and works out of the box.
Activity feeds lets you create and manage an in-app community to drive up user engagement and retention rates. Enable your users to communicate with each other, share their progress, brag about their achievements and more.
A single point of authentication between GetSocial and your app. Users don’t have to login twice, and GetSocial supports any authentication system you have in place.
Activity feeds are incomplete and ineffective without social notifications. Social notifications are proven to be more effective than app-based notifications at keeping the users engaged. Users receive notifications when: