Our May programs will help moms try before they buy, and find a solution and a brand they can trust.” – Smiley360 CEO Sue Frech.
New York, NY (PRWEB) May 04, 2015
May is a time to celebrate moms. What better way to honor moms on Mother’s Day than empower them to share her opinion and feedback? Smiley360.com, a community of consumers who try products for free and share their feedback online, is launching a number of programs aimed at moms of infant-aged children this May.
Smiley360 is similar to product sampling services but with one big difference: participation is (and always will be) free. When a mom joins Smiley360 this May, she can answer online survey questions to determine which products she is eligible to try. In what Smiley360 calls a “Mission,” a qualifying mom will receive a package in the mail containing a free product and instruction guide on how to use the Smiley360 online tools to share her opinion.
Since its launch five years ago, the Smiley360 Community has grown to 600,000 members and has worked with household brand names including Crest, Arm & Hammer, Nestle, Purina, Advil, Centrum and many more. Smiley360 Missions have generated over a million posts in five years. With 65% of moms discovering new products and services from social networking, the Smiley360 community has influenced the purchase decisions of millions across the USA.
“Our latest Missions for moms are some of the largest in Smiley360 history, and we’re excited to give so many moms the opportunity to participate. This is a wonderful time for moms to join our community. As a mom of three, I know how important peer-to-peer reviews are, especially when you are looking for products that help make raising kids easier. We know our May programs will help moms try before they buy, and find a solution and a brand they can trust.” – Smiley360 CEO Sue Frech.
“I love trying new products & giving my opinion. It also feels great to be a part of an amazing community!” – Smiley360 member Tiffany.
The complimentary products are for Smiley community members only and are paid for by the brands, because they really want to know what consumers have to say.