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interactive marketing

Interactive marketing is a rapidly growing trend in the world of digital marketing. Consumers are often overwhelmed with advertising messages in this day and age and, as a result, marketing techniques like banner ads and pop-ups are becoming less effective. 

Interactive marketing is a type of marketing that engages consumers and encourages them to participate in the marketing process. By providing an interactive experience, you can increase engagement, build brand awareness, and create a more memorable and shareable experience for your audience. To get you started, here are some examples of interactive marketing you can consider for your marketing strategy:

1. Quizzes and Polls
Quizzes and polls are a great way to engage with your audience. You can create these to test your audience's knowledge of your business, learn more about their views on particular topics, or get a better understanding of how they view a certain product or service. These can also just be a fun way to get the consumer to enjoy your marketing campaigns. 

2. Contests and Giveaways
Contests and giveaways are a common way to grab the interest of your audience and encourage them to be involved in your marketing campaign. If you have some sort of incentive to spread brand awareness, the more likely your audience is to do it. This is a great way to reach more consumers and create brand loyalty. 

3. Gamification
Gamification is a marketing technique that attracts customers by incorporating game-like details into your marketing campaign, varying from things like a leaderboard to a word search. With people's love for a challenge, you have a high chance of increasing your audience's involvement in your campaign and reaching higher conversion rates. 

Interactive marketing is an exciting way to build your brand and expand your marketing campaign. These methods are an incredibly way to turn what was once a one-way method of communication with consumers into an exchange between brand and customers. Consumers are interested more than ever in being a part of the conversation and, with interactive marketing, you can make that happen! 

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