Everything you need to start utilizing gamification in email marketing today, including unbelievable examples for inspiration
When gamification performs best
What makes a game interesting from recipients’ perspective
How to make games cheap, yet powerful
Encouraging stats on gamification in email marketing
Ways to build games fast
To help the kitten find a way to his father, recipients were supposed to rotate image slices to solve the maze. When everything was done right, they saw a notification message that says they helped out a kitten, the hero of the maze.
In this email, the last one in a series, recipients were supposed to do the crossword puzzle. Of course, the questions were about email marketing. To answer, they just had to place the mouse pointer in an empty slot.
Users had to save their sender reputation by stopping the Spam. Meaning, they had to “catch” the SPAM emails by clicking on them. Based on the number of emails the recipients caught, they would get a “reward”.
This was a game that enabled our recipients to draw a Christmas card in their inboxes. A snowflake, or maybe Santa? A penguin, or a ladybug. A Christmas tree, or a Deer that delivers presents to you and your close ones?
Here, in this Easter email, users could win a discount for the next purchase. To win it, they had to find numbers behind eggs, sum them up, enter the final result in the input field.
What can we say? Evidently, we love having fun on Father’s Day! We know fathers are heroes! So, this time we decided to let them show what they got!