Spruce Up Your Easter Campaign With Gamification

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As Easter approaches, it’s time to think about creative ways to capture the attention of your target audience. After all, the flood of advertising is immensely high, especially at this time of the year. To stand out from the crowd, it is therefore super important to be particularly imaginative. Gamification is one of the most powerful tools you can use to implement your most creative ideas. In this blog, we’ll give you 6 essential tips for your Easter marketing and you’ll learn how to use gamification to make your Easter campaign playful and interactive. 

In this blog:

  • What are the most important marketing tips for Easter? 6 essential tips
  • Why should you gamify your Easter campaign?
  • 5 examples of interactive Easter campaigns
  • Conclusion

What are the most important marketing tips for Easter? 6 essential tips

Before we look at how gamification can take your Easter campaign to the next level, I want to share some Easter marketing tips with you. These are the ones you should definitely consider for successful Easter marketing.

Tip 1: Customers think ahead

Did you know that most people do their Easter shopping in advance? Therefore, it’s unprofitable to rely on last-minute marketing. If you postpone your campaigns until the holiday weekend, you’re giving your competitors a huge advantage.

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Customers Think Ahead

Tip 2: Know your target audience

One must not forget that Easter has a religious background. Many people often snub themselves at overly commercialized Easter campaigns. Therefore, it’s important that you know your target audience and don’t offend them in any way.

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Know Your Target Audience

Tip 3: Perfect timing

At Easter, consumers are bombarded with advertising. That’s why finding the perfect timing for your campaign is important. The best way to do this is to launch your ad before the actual holiday.

Tip 4: The right message

If you know that some of your customers don’t celebrate Easter in a, let’s say traditional way but might be open to spring-related offers, you still have a lot of opportunities to promote your products accordingly. Especially with gamification, you can use interactive personality tests and quizzes. For example:

  • “Spring trends: Which one suits you?”
  • “What kind of spring type are you?”

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Tip 5: Choose the right channel

E-Mail marketing can be a great way to generate more sales, but don’t put all your eggs in one basket (see what I did there?). It can be beneficial to combine multiple marketing channels to create a comprehensive experience. Especially with gamification, you have almost endless possibilities to promote your campaign; whether it’s through QR codes on billboards, based on successful social media outreaches, or at a specific point of sale.

Tip 6: Optimization for mobile devices

I admit that this tip doesn’t really have anything to do with Easter. Still, it’s so important that I have to include it. Almost everyone has a smartphone, so you need to optimize your marketing campaigns for mobile. In the last 3 years, mobile e-commerce sales in the U.S. alone have grown 22% to $3.56 billion and will likely continue to grow even further in 2023. The astonishing part is, that nearly 3 out of every 4 dollars spent online is paid via smartphone. So make sure your Easter campaigns, or basically any campaign, are fully optimized for mobile.

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Optimization For Mobile Devices

Why should you gamify your Easter campaigns?

As a marketer, you’re always seeking ways to engage your customers. And what better way to do that than with an interactive Easter campaign?

By making your Easter campaigns fun and interactive, you can create a unique and interactive experience for your target audience. This contributes significantly to increased engagement and loyalty among your customers.

Gamification, therefore, offers many advantages. I have listed some of them for you:

  • Increase engagement: Gamification encourages your users to participate in your Easter campaigns, which leads to higher engagement. By increasing dwell time with your campaign, users consciously engage with your brand.
  • Create excitement: You can create excitement and anticipation among your target audience through fun Easter campaigns. This can be done with an Easter calendar, for example, where participants can expect some sort of incentive under each door.
  • Solidifying loyalty: Gamification can also help increase and sustain customer loyalty. By offering rewards for participation, customers are much more likely to return and participate in future campaigns.
  • Increase brand awareness: Gamified Easter campaigns increase brand awareness tremendously. By creating an interactive experience, customers are more likely to remember your brand, which in the best-case scenario can also lead to word-of-mouth. Still one of the best marketing tools – and it’s free.
  • Increase sales: Finally, you can also increase sales by gamify your Easter campaigns. After all, customers are more willing to participate in campaigns and spend money if there is the possibility of receiving an incentive.

Integrating gamification into your Easter campaign is a great way to engage your target audience. This way, you can create a unique experience, increase engagement, boost customer loyalty, maximize brand awareness, and ultimately increase sales.

Examples of interactive Easter campaigns

We don’t like to brag, but some of our customers have launched some fantastic Easter campaigns. Let’s take a closer look at them.


The Austrian retailer MPREIS created a lovingly designed Easter calendar. Customers could win a prize under each broken egg, which they could then redeem at a store of their choice.

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Lovingly Designed Easter Calendar By Mpreis


But it doesn’t always have to be a calendar: The gas transport company Ontras used a priority puzzle to test the knowledge of its customers. In the process, the puzzle is revealed piece by piece.

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Ontras Put The Knowledge Of Its Customers To The Test


The Seedamm-Center in Pfäffikon (Switzerland) also used a Priority Puzzle for their interactive Easter campaign. Although the game mechanics are the same, you can design and customize the assets according to your wishes.

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Interactive Easter Campaign By The Seedamm-Center


There are some important tips you should keep in mind for your Easter marketing. Besides proper timing and knowing your target audience, it’s especially important to use the right channels. Furthermore, gamified Easter campaigns not only give you the opportunity to stand out from the crowd but also sustainably increase the engagement and loyalty of your users.

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