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Shopcade and NetVoucherCodes join forces

Shopcade and NetVoucherCodes join forces

Shopcade has entered into an exclusive partnership with NetVoucherCodes, a UK consumer deal website. The deal means NetVoucherCodes deals will appear on Shopcade’s social commerce platform and Facebook application.

The concept of Shopcade lends itself quite well to the more traditional affiliate model that NetVoucherCodes operates. Shopcade uses Facebook’s social prowess to connect shoppers so that they’re able to not only recommend products together, but also be rewarded for it.

Value-add for brands

Head of Business Development and General Manger at NetVoucherCodes, Joel Tobias, was pleased with the extra dimension Shopcade gives brands. “Now we can offer our advertising partners yet another add-on to our already vast range of cross-channel marketing opportunities,” he revealed.

NetVoucherCodes’ tie-in with Shopcade means users of the social shopping platform will be able to purchase deals using with the points they’ve earned. By giving consumers another outlet for spending their points it gives Shopcade’s rewards more of a cash incentive.

Shopcade’s Founder and CEO, Nathalie Gaveau, believes NetVoucherCodes is a great addition to its latest rewards feature. ““We are pleased to announce our partnership with NetVoucherCodes as it will fit perfectly with our 'Perks', Shopcade's newly launched social reward system where users are treated to exclusive products and deals for being the ultimate trendsetters,” she said.

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Simon Holland

Simon is the news and research reporter at Existem. Previously a technology journalist, he now spends his time investigating both future and developing trends in performance marketing whilst producing editorial content for performancein.com

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