Incentivefox Announces Strategic Partner Program and Strengthens Foothold in Home Services Industry

June 4, 2019

Incentivefox, a leading referral and rewards platform for businesses, today announced a strategic partner program for home service industry marketing companies. This partnership will allow home service marketing and advertising companies the ability to integrate Incentivefox’s unique rewards and referral platform into their client’s current marketing efforts.

The Incentivefox rewards and referral platform is available and customizable for all sectors within the home services industry. HVAC, restoration, flooring, landscaping, concrete, moving and storage, and more can all utilize the Incentivefox platform to increase referrals and retention.

“Over the last few years, we’ve partnered with various marketing companies to create custom reward and referral programs for their home service clients. With the strategic partner program, we can improve our partner’s ROI and streamline their efforts,” explained President Rick Partyka.

Agencies and their clients can choose the reward programs they want to utilize based on their own needs and goals. One of the most popular initiatives is the referral marketing program. There are other available programs offerings such as Employee Rewards, Be-Back offers, Contest opportunities, Direct Mail, Custom-Tiered Reward Programs and more.

Through automated email invites and in-store and on-the-go promotional pieces, customers are prompted to submit referrals to earn rewards. These instantaneous offers, invites and reminders save the company time on marketing efforts as well as increases the quantity and quality of their referrals, their most likely to close lead sources.

Through the strategic partnership, marketing companies and advertising agencies can resell the full Incentivefox platform or a la carte programs and features to their client base to increase retention and referrals.


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