Socialbungy is Giving Away Free Campaigns on Their Upcoming Platform.

With integrated campaigns on social networks expected to hit over $930 million dollars this year and over $1 billion in the years to come, a Toronto-based start-up is looking to punch a hole in the market and change how brands are launching campaigns online.

Who are we?

SocialBungy (@socialbungy) is an online DIY platform to launch contests, sweepstakes, and other promotions across Facebook, Twitter and even a good ol’ fashion Micro-site.
The start-up, launching soon, promises to bring something fresh and new to the table in a rather boring promotions market. “Our goal when launching the company was to make campaigns launched online sexy and engaging again – an area I think other like-minded companies are starting to lose focus on,” says founder Mike Barwick (@mikebarwick).
While the company will enter beta mode this summer with only their contests and sweepstakes, the start-up states it has an arsenal of unique and engaging campaign types that will be completely new to the market and a breath of fresh air to social marketers.


“We want to be an online promotions powerhouse! Giving small businesses, large brands, and even agencies the tools they need to unleash their inner marketing genius. Our platform will be just that,” says Barwick.
With the rise of online agencies, boutique firms, and social marketers, the company wanted to build a platform that was equally friendly to them as well.
“Agencies are people too,” Barwick further explains. “Don’t worry, we got you guys covered”.
With SocialBungy’s self-serve Agency & Reseller program, marketing firms can launch campaigns for their clients with their own “Powered By” logo, receive an instant commission discount, and have the option of paying by invoice. More information on their program can be found here.

To celebrate the upcoming product launch, SocialBungy is currently giving away campaigns on their platform for FREE up until their launch. To claim you’re FREE campaign (a $249 value), visit


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