A digital marketing platform called PiccMee Prizes LLC is making people rethink how advertising should be done. They are merely getting warmed up. Despite being a new contender in the industry, the online platform shows the public that advertising can be authentic in redistributing wealth back to the community.
Over the years, brands have looked for seasoned experts who can market them efficiently to the public. Chase Turnquest, the founder of PiccMee Prizes LLC, introduces an innovative way of successfully advertising brands online while engaging audiences to participate in fun game shows. Chase believes that PiccMee Prizes is an effective way for brands to give back to consumers, especially amid the economic turmoil brought by the pandemic.
PiccMee Prizes earns through their sponsored content. In return, they have been giving thousands of dollars in cash prizes to its followers since it launched three weeks ago. The platform is free from unnecessary frills and allows online users to join their game shows without giving away their valuable personal information.
PiccMee Prizes is Chase’s fourth attempt in launching such a concept. His first three attempts failed because there were many questions from audiences whether or not the concept was legitimately giving away money. But he was determined, now more than ever, to launch PiccMee Prizes to help people during a global crisis. Chase restarted the company because he believes that it is the best time for people to earn money for free because of COVID-19.
Amid the economic turmoil, PiccMee Prizes has grown its community. On Twitter alone, the platform has amassed over 18,500 legitimate followers. The platform has four unique game shows. First, there’s the #GetOnTheWheel, a game that allows people to put their name on a wheel through a pre-registration. At the end of the game, the wheel spins to reveal a winner who will take home the cash price.
PiccMee Prizes also has the game show called #CrackThatSafe. The game gives participants a chance to win no less than US$1,000 if they guess the correct four-digit pin that opens the safe. The cash prize increases after every episode that players fail to open the safe.
#PrizeLine is another game on their roster. PiccMee Prizes wanted to include those who do not have social media accounts on their game shows. That is why they made #PrizeLine, a game where players can call in to enter and get the chance to win the prize.
Lastly, PiccMee Prizes has their #GhostGiveaways. The platform gives a prize to a lucky winner who is proven to be constantly interacting with their pages to recognize their active followers on social media. Bill Pulte, the billionaire philanthropist who gives away money on Twitter, even came on their live stream recently.
Chase has gone through the hurdles of having a platform where scammers can easily replicate what they do and taint their reputation. Nevertheless, he doesn’t stop his pursuit. PiccMeePrizes has given thousands of dollars back to consumers and envisions to give houses and luxury cars in the future as they continue to grow their influence in digital advertising.
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