Hvordan Olav solgte huset sitt

Det er flere måter å bruke Fanbooster på. Olav, vår kjære grunnlegger, skulle selge huset sitt. Og han brukte selvfølgelig Fanbooster og Facebook til å gjøre dette.

Olav lagde en Facebook side for huset (du må nemlig ha en side for å kjøre annonser). Han leide en fotograf til å ta gode bilder utvendig og innvendig. Disse bildene […]

CASE STUDY: How to make money with Facebook advertising

Farris Bad in Larvik, Norway, is the biggest spa-hotel in the Nordics. Fun (and impressive!) fact: Larvik is a city of about 44 000 inhabitants, and Farris Bad has about 44 000 fans on Facebook – fans from all over Norway, and abroad. So, here is an example of how you can succeed with a campaign even […]

By |September 21st, 2016|Case study|0 Comments

Inspiration: NPO Radio 4

Our customers do a lot of cool stuff. NPO Radio 4 is one of the biggest radio stations in Holland. And they wanted people to be aware of how important it is that kids learn about music and how to play instruments.

This campaign is built up in 3 phases and 3 different Fanbooster landing pages:

1. Posting videos […]

By |May 30th, 2016|Case study, Inspiration, Tips & Tricks|0 Comments

6 Tips for killing it on Instagram. (Not your average social media blog post)

If you hate bunnies, and just want to hear the Instagram tips – hop (pun intended) down to third paragraph.

Hi! My name is Chantal and I am a digital designer/creative working at OBM, the Dutch department of Fanbooster. For two years, my house has been enlightened/destroyed by two bunnies; Bilbo and Ragnar. Bilbo and Ragnar […]

By |May 27th, 2016|Case study, Team, Tips & Tricks, Uncategorized|0 Comments

How to sell 2000 football tickets to away supporters with Facebook Ads

Ullevaal Stadion is the Norwegian National Arena for football. They wanted to engage and encourage the away supporters to buy tickets for the friendly international game Norway-Sweden on June 8th 2015 – to make an extra welcoming atmosphere for the Swedish National Team.

Parties Involved

Ullevaal Arena – The national football arena in Norway. Subsidiary sales company […]

By |September 1st, 2015|Case study|0 Comments

How to get funded with Kickstarter


For their new game Diluvion, the startup Arachnid Games went to Kickstarter for funding. Based in Berkeley, CA, Diluvion is the award winning company’s second game. The game reached its funding goal by 126%, to a total of USD 50.554,- Here’s how:

Parties involved

Arachnid Games
The fans

The Story

First of all – don’t know what Kickstarter is? “Kickstarter […]

By |July 13th, 2015|Case study|0 Comments

Boosting traffic for UK retail giant hmv

hmv wanted to increase traffic into hmv.com and into hmv stores before Christmas, and to be ready for January sales.
Parties involved
hmv: One of Britain’s leading entertainment retailers

Fanbooster UK: Empowering brands to succeed with Facebook marketing.
The story
It’s December and time for hmv’s advent calendar. The calendar was built with several objectives 1) to send traffic into […]

By |January 15th, 2015|Case study|0 Comments

How Eukanuba got branding, leads and engaged fans with their latest campaign

Eukanuba wanted to increase the awareness of how quality pet foods can make a difference for the health of your pets. And they wanted to do it in a way that focused on the love we share for our four-legged friends.

Eukanuba is one of the world’s leading brands for premium pet foods.

P4 with Henrik Alfheim: […]

By |November 17th, 2014|Case study|0 Comments

Matalan Counting Down To Christmas With Their Fans

The time before christmas is an interesting time for marketers. On one hand – consumers are in a “shopping” state of mind, looking for potential presents to surprise their family and friends with. On the other hand – most brands are competing for the same audience. So what happens when brand x wants to catch the […]

By |October 28th, 2014|Case study|0 Comments

Daisy Delight by Marc Jacobs Campaign

When Marc Jacobs wanted to launch their newest perfume fragrance, they hired Fieldwork to create a campaign for them. Fieldwork is otherwise known for coordinating awesome guerilla marketing stunts – but this time they turned to Facebook and Fanbooster.
Key numbers

Their story
Fieldwork believes in brand experience and live communication, and have worked to connect brands to people that […]

By |October 15th, 2014|Case study|0 Comments