Guest host Alan Underkofler interviewed Patrick Dillon, co-founder of Artistic Hub. Dillon discusses his revolutionary internet contest software and how LinkedIn helped his small business grow into a giant.
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Guest Host Alan Underkofler interviews Patrick Dillon about his company Artistic Hub. Artistic Hub specializes in generating online contests for companies nationwide. They have worked with a wide range of customers from large fortune 1000 to smaller, start-up companies. Past customers include Sports Illustrated Kids, Oakland Raiders, Iglu and Hartley, Warner Brothers, Active.com, and more.
Alan Underkofler interviews Patrick about the many ways Artistic Hub’s software product has brought success to companies holding online contests. Their innovative software has increased traffic to clients sites, contest submissions, and significantly expanded fan bases. Patrick discusses how the bootstrapped company started with only 3 people operating from the founders home but still had great success stories such as running a huge online contest for the Oakland Raiders! Artistic Hub serves businesses across all industries and uses close engagement with each client as their key to success.
Alan Underkofler and Patrick Dillon interview Mat Giordano about his experience with using Artistic Hub to generate an incredibly successful online contest for Entercom Digital Radio. They also discuss how they met through Linkedin! Listen in to hear more about how Artistic Hub generated their most successful run with any client.
Alan Underkofler and Patrick Dillon interview Saul Appelbaum, Midwest Photo Exchange. Artistic Hub worked with Midwest Photo Exchange to generate an online contest that far surpassed their prior Facebook fan page contests. They discuss that this was due to the combination of Facebook and Artistic Hub’s software plus great teamwork. Additionally, they discuss what it took to exceed the success rate of previous contests by 500%!
Comment below and tell us what you think about how Artistic Hub used social media to find customers and ask questions you may have about running your own online contest!
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