Sparktivist. What does that word even mean? It's certainly not in the dictionary (even though words like gimcrack somehow are...). Well since we can't find a good definition, I suppose the next best thing to do is define it ourselves:
1. An especially active, vigorous advocate for Sparkrock
This special program is designed to reward our activists – more than ever before – for sharing their experiences and expertise, referring colleagues, and helping us create and spread great content.
Okay, but What do Sparktivists do?
When organizations are considering our solutions, Sparktivists offer guidance and support through first-hand accounts of their experience working with us. You’ll share your insight into how the implementation process works, what it’s like to work with our team, and how Sparkrock solutions have helped you advance your mission.
Spartivists are also thought-leaders in their industry and are constantly sharing their best practices and experience with their peers through webinars, blog posts, and participation in the annual Fuel Good Conference.
Each time a Sparktivist participates in an activity, they earn points. They can then redeem these points for rewards whenever they like.
i'm interested... How can Sparktivists earn points?
There are so many simple things you can participate in to earn points (and position yourself as a thought leader in your industry!)
EARN 50 POINTS
EARN 30 POINTS
You can also:
- Complete an online review of Sparkrock on any (or all) of: Find Accounting, Capterra, G2 Crowd, Trust Radius, or Software Advice.
- Fill in our referral form
- Contribute to a blog post
- Make a reference call
- And more!
This sounds great, but What can i redeem points for?
You can redeem your points for any of these rewards:
- Free Pass for our annual Fuel Good Conference - 100 points
- $1000 credit for Training - 200 points
- $1000 credit for Professional Services - 200 points
- $25 Tim Hortons Gift Card - 50 points
- Sparkrock Swag (Socks, Swagbags, and more!) - 50 points
Check out the rest of the program here: