Munchy Baby Takes Facebook By Storm With Memes
(EMAILWIRE.COM, June 24, 2015 ) Pulaski, TN -- When a company interrupts a user's browsing experience with an email opt-in form or a pop-up that screams "buy me", it is called giving the customer a hard sell. This technique is often employed within seconds of a browser arriving on the company's website or fanpage. While studies show this technique is effective for boosting sales short term, the hard sell is more often an annoyance to the casual web surfer. In the face of so many hungry sales pages, the Munchy Baby Facebook page is all smiles and laughs with no pushy "buy-now" language.
Instead of planting a buy button in front of browsers first thing, Munchy Baby has been giving out free laughs in the form of baby memes curated from the corners of the internet. Free laughs are proving super effective for Munchy Baby, as they have received 188 likes since the launch of their page on June 11, 2015.
Munchy Baby created the page in advance of the launch of their New product called Bottom Liners, a flushable diaper liner for use with cloth diapers. Munchy Baby intends to announce their product launch to fans only through their facebook page at a later time.
Even when inventory has arrived, Munchy Baby still intends to give free smiles to their social media followers whether they buy or not. This organization sees themselves as part of a movement by businesses to focus on total customer experience instead of pushing potential customers to flip out their wallets before getting a chance to be acquainted. This is especially common among smaller companies and startups who want to provide the best customer experience possible.
About Munchy Baby
Munchy Baby endeavors to provide cloth diapering products that are biodegradable and free of harmful additives. Parents and babies alike love Munchy Baby Products.
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