Amid the on-going crisis, realme Philippines has stepped up its game by finding more ways to help Filipinos stay connected and safe in the comfort of their homes.
The stream sessions provide realme employees the avenue not only to showcase products but to engage customers as well. They’re able to answer queries, give purchasing decision suggestions, or simply engage customers in small tasks.
As such, realme sellers saw increased traffic in the Facebook pages of realme and its dealer partners. Livestream selling allowed sales agents to generate more leads and also complete sales while staying safe at home.
realme Content Series
To further encourage the youth to stay at home, realme Philippines also launched its online content series to keep fans engaged and informed.
Hosted by content creator and realme Philippines’ Marketing Lead, Eason De Guzman, the realme Squadcast is a series of episodes designed to entertain and educate the community by featuring experts in different fields. On its first 10 episodes, it showcased tips and ways on how one can be more productive while staying at home.
Furthermore, in an attempt to highlight the potential of photography through realme’s own photographers, the realme MasterShot series was also introduced to inspire user who want to maximize the smartphone’s camera capabilities.
More in store
Staring this May, realme will be showcasing a content series about mobile gaming as well as moving to the rapidly growing social media platform TikTok. Users are encouraged to follow realme Philippines’ Tiktok accounts: @realmePH and @realmemePH to stay updated with the latest from realme Philippines.
Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.