They’ve tried to get Moms to tell all of their “mom tested ideas”, but there has been very little response. It might have worked better if there was an incentive. And other than this, the only other content on Facebook is four -$1.00 off coupons. Definitely going to be a challenge to get moms to come back to the page unless the content is upped.
The YoCrunch website has more interactivity starting with a Crunch Up game which I tried several times to play. But the game is impossibly fast. The lids pop a nano-second after you click to play. If the game had been more fun and possibly rewarding, I would have most likely shared it with some other moms. Moms love a good game. And what’s with the age gate? Is there alcohol in the yogurt? I guess they want to make sure adults are playing the game and not kids–but it’s just a game to guess which yogurt’s lid will pop first. I’m confused.
So forget the game, go on to learn more about joining the Crunch Bunch. Moms are joiners. There the site shares with you 3 videos and 4 photos of apparent Crunch Bunchers. Nowhere does it tell you why you should join and what you might expect to receive as a part of Crunch Bunch. Again with such a low response and a lack of rationale to become a member, it’s not particularly inspiring to join in the yogurt community.
But you can “like” or tweet any the products or articles on the site. It’s good to see that they do understand the importance of allowing moms to share their content. Maybe some time in the future, they will enable the site to allow moms to comment and endorse the products and flavors. 82% of mothers have purchased a product based on a recommendation on Facebook or Twitter. And after all, it’s great for getting moms to try products and works like no-cost research to see what people like.