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SonyLiv uses a floating button to give Rocket Boys more exposure

A slider is a handy way to keep your top shows easily accessible

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Content apps always try to drive higher watch times šŸ“ŗ and engagement on their most popular shows.

When SonyLiv launched Rocket Boys Season 2 šŸš€, they wanted to nudge more users to start watching. In addition to placing it front and centre on the homepage, they also configured a Slider to draw user attention.

Why this works

This campaign was made highly relevant by only targeting users whoā€™ve watched Season 1 in the past, but had still not started watching any episode of Season 2.

By rolling out the Slider to only 50% of the above eligible audience cohort, SonyLive can easily measure šŸ§ watch rates for Season 2 between audiences who saw the slider vs those who didnā€™t, and validate the impact of such an in-app campaign.

A great example of using distinguished UI elements that blend in natively with your app to subtly guide your users to take the right action.

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