Flowbox releases Android app
You ask and we listen! We are constantly working on improving the Flowbox platform to make it more valuable for our clients. As Flowbox is growing rapidly, we are continuously investing in new features and updates for an easier and more optimized experience.
So, what is the latest from our tech team?
Flowbox app for Android
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Flowbox helps IKEA Switzerland become one of IKEA’s best practice countries for UGC
IKEA Switzerland was named one of IKEA's best practice countries for UGC, thanks to the help of Flowbox. With an unideal starting base for working with UGC, IKEA Switzerland managed to turn the situation around and get their Swiss customers excited about sharing photos and being a part of the community. They also increased their average online order value by 30%!
Norwegian fashion brand Bik Bok engages employees through EGC competition
Norwegian fashion brand Bik Bok launched an internal social media competition to promote and boost their in-store employees as well as their new spring collection. Bik Bok featured employee generated content (EGC) and was met with overwhelmingly good response from both employees and customers. They also saw a great increase in revenue.
Auto-Publish to Instagram with Flowbox
Flowbox Publish allows users to optimize scheduling and lets them manage and distribute their digital assets from one place. Users can schedule their posts and fill the calendar with content, weeks, or even months ahead and distribute across social channels.
New UGC strategy helped Italian spa chain get more followers
The Italian spa and hotel chain QC Terme has gained more followers and a higher CTR since they started using user generated content (UGC) in their marketing. “We wanted to improve the relationship with our customers, being able to make content that truly affects them and keep up with their content expectations,” says Fabrizio di Giorgio, Digital Marketing Specialist at QC Terme.
Swiss luxury watch brand invests in engaging user generated content
Swiss luxury watch brand Favre-Leuba has been reintroduced to the market after 40 years of inactivity, and with the help of Flowbox and user generated content, we have taken their social media into the 21st century!
Anna + Nina’s successful test run of Flowbox’s new UGC DPA feature
Flowbox has launched a new feature, Flowscore, which is an advanced algorithm that allows flows to be sorted by best its performing images rather than chronologically. Dutch jewelry brand Anna + Nina expected great results from testing Flowscore, and were happily surprised by a 66% increase in return of ad spend among other results.
Kids Brand Store will use Flowbox’s new UGC DPA feature to enter new markets
After seeing the great results brought by using Flowbox's new UGC DPA feature (26% increase in return of ad spend and more), Swedish fashion retailer KidsBrandStore has decided to make using Flowbox's UGC DPA the standard when running all future ad campaigns.
Bergère de France sees large boost in community engagement thanks to UGC
Since starting to use UGC, Bergère de France has noticed an increase in average time spent on their website as well as in the quality of content provided by their community, which has also grown more loyal and engaged since the introduction of UGC usage. The brand has gained more than 5 000 new followers on Instagram with their new strategy, and the community steadily keeps growing.
The success of an omnichannel strategy thanks to UGC
Heytens decided to leverage UGC through all their channels as part of their marketing strategy. The brand gathers all the content and distributes it from the website to their “heytens style” app. Thanks to this inspirational content, both the amount and the quality of UGC has been continuously increasing, and their community is stronger than ever.
UGC helps Lampemesteren expand globally
Danish-founded lamp retailer Lampemesteren is growing online and today has 12 local webshops. Using Flowbox’s platform for collecting and distributing user generated content (UGC) has helped the company scale internationally and build brand credibility. Their time on site and average order value has also increased significantly.
What Amazon launching in Sweden will mean for Swedish e-commerce
Amazon is launching in Sweden, and it's going to have a large impact on Swedish ecommerce. Here's a breakdown of what this will mean for Swedish companies and tips on how to handle the situation and which parts of business brands should focus on as Amazon enters the market.