Promote Your Auctions

Promote Your Auctions


  • Auctions are events that depend on a diverse group of attendees in order to stoke the spirit of competition and drive up prices. However, since preparing for an auction is a very time-intensive task, you may simply not have any practical way to advertise your event with the small number of resources you have. How can you ensure that you have a packed house when auction day arrives?

We Can Help

  • Promote upcoming auctions
  • Send a variety of promotional messages
  • Engage customers

Here's How

By leveraging your existing contact network, you can draw repeat business while also creating word-of-mouth advertising from interested and satisfied attendees. You can send automated reminders using the data you already have tailored to any given individual's preferences, so as to reach them in the way that is most convenient for them.

  1. Gather Existing Attendee Data

    You likely have a lot of existing customer data in many different formats. By inputting it into a contact relationship manager, or CRM, you can then act on it and create a personalized and targeted reminder experience for attendees. Make sure that you have the consent of your customers before scheduling any communications to them.

  2. Send an Initial Communication

    You can link your CRM data to a decision that will either generate a phone call or SMS message to a given customer, according to their contact preferences. Their preferences can easily be changed within your CRM if they happen to change their mind about how they'd like to be contacted.

  3. Remind Attendees the Day Before

    By sending an additional reminder to your attendees on the platform of their choice, you will ensure that you have their attention regarding your auction shortly before it begins. A second reminder ensures that your customers don't forget about attending your auction.

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Use Case Identification for Promote Your Auctions

Use Case ID: WUC046


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