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===Example===
===Example===
[[Image:Twine-invitation.png|Twine invitation to join]]  
[[Image:Twine-invitation.png|Twine invitation to join]]  
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<br /><span class="caption">Invitation to join Twine.com</span>
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<br /><span class="caption">Invitation to join [http://www.twine.com Twine.com]</span>
===Use When===
===Use When===
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* The benefits of joining and participating should be clearly articulated to the recipient.
* The benefits of joining and participating should be clearly articulated to the recipient.
* A very clear Call to Action button or link should be available for the recipient to easily step right into the site to try it out.
* A very clear Call to Action button or link should be available for the recipient to easily step right into the site to try it out.
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===Related Patterns===
===Related Patterns===
* [[Send Invitation]]
* [[Send Invitation]]
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Revision as of 06:57, 27 November 2008

Contents

Problem Summary

User receives an invitation from a friend or connection to join a site.


Example

Twine invitation to join
Invitation to join Twine.com

Use When

  • Use when the experience is enhanced by having a network of connections.
  • Use when growth of the service is dependent on friends of friends.
  • Use when you want to supplement traditional user acquisition with user based referrals.


Solution

  • The invitation should have personal messaging from the sender.
  • The sender should be clearly identified to the recipient.
  • The benefits of joining and participating should be clearly articulated to the recipient.
  • A very clear Call to Action button or link should be available for the recipient to easily step right into the site to try it out.


Related Patterns