Engage your viewers while streaming over Mixer, track Twitter metrics, and increase your active users with daily challenges
bountyblok.io went live in July of 2019. Since then, we have added new features at a rapid pace to keep up with the needs of our customers. Based on direct feedback, we have been able to add many new and better methods for bountyblok users to engage their customers.
After multiple requests, we are excited to announce the addition to the bountyblok.io platform of Mixer, one of the fastest growing live streaming platforms for video games. Mixer has recently added another top streamer to its roster Cory “King Gothalion” Michael.
Mixer Use Case
Connecting Mixer to bountyblok.io allows streamers to engage their viewers by creating engaging challenges that will help increase their followers and subscribers.
Here is an example of a challenge:
- Follow @TwitterAccount on Twitter
- Retweet a specific tweet id from @TwitterAccount
- Follow @MixerAccount’s channel
- Subscribe to @MixerAccount’s channel
Reward: Chance to win a corsair gaming keyboard!
We are currently tracking the following Mixer Channel events:
- Channel Followed — Sent when a user follows a channel.
- Channel Hosted — Sent when another user hosts the channel with the provided `id`.
- Channel Subscribed—Sent when a user subscribes to the channel.
For more info please check out the Mixer Docs on how to get started.
bountyblok.io has the ability to schedule challenges, run multiple simultaneously, and set them as prerequisites from one another. We have recently added daily challenges allowing apps to create challenges that reset every day at 12:00 UTC.
For example KARMA uses this feature to encourage users to open their app and contribute to the platform daily to earn a reward. Here’s an example of the type of actions that KARMA incentives using bountyblok.io.
- Comment on 3 posts
- Create a new post
- Tip 1 user
Once these tasks are completed a user earns 25 KARMA and is eligible to do them again 24hrs later.
According to bloks.io, KARMA has rewarded over ~70 accounts on October 30th. This equates directly to 350 extra actions per day being taken on their platform, helping to quickly grow the network effect of this incredible social media platform looking to make a change in the world for the better.
We are now able to obtain certain metrics from users who are performing Twitter challenges for their Twitter business accounts. For instance, when a user retweets a specific tweet, the Twitter business account can now see what the impact of this retweet was (from total followers, to impressions), and reward them based on that score.