Unwanted Dating Advice with Badoo

Social media and marketing group, Brave Bison, partnered up with Badoo to launch a campaign encouraging people to date on their own terms.

The Brief

Dating app Badoo is all about dating honestly. In the New Year, a key time to target singles, they launched a campaign with comedy creator, Sideman, to call out Unwanted Dating Advice and encourage people to finally date on their own terms.

Brave Bison’s Response

As Badoo’s UK partner, Brave Bison was tasked with helping to amplify this message via The Hook’s website and social channels. Key measures of success were raising brand awareness and driving people to the Badoo download page.

The Hook’s editorial team also wrote and distributed an article, which celebrated the Badoo app and, more specifically, the campaign itself. The article explored why it’s finally time to call out Unwanted Dating Advice from friends and family and encouraged readers to check out the Badoo app for themselves.

The Results

The original agreed target for this Distribution campaign with Badoo was 13,000 clicks across a 2-week period. Brave Bison over-delivered on their target by 56%, generating a whopping 20,000 clicks.

The strong results of this campaign are thanks to their expertise in delivering great content on social, connecting this desirable brand to their highly valuable and engaged audience.


About Brave Bison

Brave Bison is a social marketing agency. From influencer marketing & branded content to paid social & channel management, they help global clients to reach their full potential.

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