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Entries

96

Visits

369

Social Reach

19,200

 

 

Brand

Jack the Clipper

Contest

Gallery

Type

Photo contest

Entries

96

Visits

369

Social Reach

19,200

Intro

Jack The Clipper is a small barbershop chain operating in East London - the home of Jack The Ripper. The barbershop ensures that their customers unique experience offline, is shared online by using BeeLiked.

Nothing sells a barbershop’s skills more than photos from happy customers, that’s why Jack The Clipper uses BeeLiked's Instagram Gallery, to showcase and display their customer’s new haircuts on their website.

Campaign details

Jack hands out flyers to customers in shop, instructing fans to share their photos using #JackTheClipper to win a free haircut. The contest receives dozens of photos each month and the barbers use BeeLiked's winner spinner to select one winner at random!

Suspects poll


Brand

Jack the Clipper

Contest

Suspects poll

Type

Photo contest

Intro

The identity of Jack The Ripper is probably the most famous unsolved crime in history. The unknown can always bring interesting rumours and suspects to the stand based on materialised theory's.

That's why Jack The Clipper decided to launch an awesome Twitter Poll campaign to help solve this mystery once and for all! The barbershop hands out suspect cards while clients wait for a haircut or shave. These cards contain information about the suspects and a hashtag. Fans can simply tweet their vote with hashtag to enter for a free cut.

Jack's cockney rhyming slang quiz


Brand

Jack the Clipper

Contest

Jack's cockney rhyming slang quiz

Type

Quizzical

Intro

Cockney Rhyming Slang was born in the East End of London. Rhyming Slang phrases are derived from taking an expression which rhymes with a word and then using that expression instead of the word. For example the word "money" rhymes with "Bees and honey".

Of course as a East London company Jack The Clipper embraces Cockney Rhyming Slang. That's why they challenged their fans with a fun quiz!

Campaign results

It seems a fair few Londoners know their 'Apples and Pears' from their 'Dog and Bone' with a number of people entering the quiz and receiving full marks - 10/10! It is still early days for this campaign so check back soon for it's progress.