An ambassador programme goes further than just asking people to share your content, you have to get people involved and create a community of engaged people. To achieve this we believe that it’s good to give small incentives or organize activities everyone can enjoy.
With the heat wave that keeps going on, we thought it might be a good idea to take advantage of this and give you some good ideas of fun things you can do with your ambassadors during summer.
I know it’s basic, but it’s a great way to get together outside of the office during summer. Just keep it simple with some burgers, hot dogs, veggie options and some cold vegetables. Provide some cold drinks and you’re good to go.
Again something with food and drinks, but who does not like a good picknick? It’s great to go outside in a field, some shade from nearby trees. With just some simple snacks and drinks.
Fundraiser for the day
Putting the fun and useful together. For example, you can organize a day where you and your ambassadors volunteer to clean up the garbage in the streets and fundraise for a charity along the way.
A bike ride around the city
Not all people will like this, but it’s great to organize a bike ride around the city your office is located in. Involve some drinks and for example, an ice cream and I’m certain that everyone that showed up will have a great time.
It’s warm, so who does not like to go out for a swim? Just go to the local swimming pool (or somewhere nearby) and have a great time. Organize some fun activities for during the day like water volleyball, aqua gym and more.
As you see it’s not about spending a lot of money or going crazy, it’s about being together as a community and have a good time. Your ambassadors will feel very valued by these small incentives and because of this very eager to share your next campaigns.
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