John Lewis Finance Drives Engagement Amongst Animal-Lovers With Pet Breed Quizzes

Jessica WilliamsLast Updated: Finance

The Financial Services division of one of the UK’s largest department stores, John Lewis and Partners, has published two interactive quizzes where website visitors can find out which dog or cat breed is most suitable for them.

MARKETING CAMPAIGN OBJECTIVES

  • Boost interaction and engagement amongst website visitors browsing the site
  • Promote its pet insurance offers with the aim of being first in mind when choosing policies for their new companions
  • Drive social sharing across Twitter and Facebook to drive website traffic and maximize campaign reach

QUIZ SOLUTION

Thinking of getting a lovable companion anytime soon? John Lewis Finance has got things covered with two beautifully-designed score-based quizzes, where participants are taken through a selection of engaging questions to discover the breed that is best for them. With 8 simple ‘yes’ and ‘no’ response options, and complete with eye-catching illustrations, the quiz makes it quick and simple for website visitors to get involved.

From learning a little bit about participants’ current living situation, to understanding the personality traits they’d love to find in a furry companion, participants can work their way through each question before submitting their results. On completion of the quiz, participants are provided with a selection of carefully selected cat or dog breeds that most suits the owner and their lifestyles based on their quiz score. With a short description to accompany each breed, the campaign is perfect for animal-lovers looking to starting their journey on looking for a life-long companion.

Throughout the quiz, John Lewis Finance has also included a call-to-action link promoting its pet insurance policies, where visitors can click through to read more about the options available for their pets. And on completion of the quiz, participants are provided with social sharing actions to Twitter and Facebook, where they can share their results and encourage other animal lovers to get involved.

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