Mischief appointed to GetStocks app

Licensed online brokerage GetStocks has appointed Mischief to promote its app and web platform.

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Using influencer marketing, among other tactics, Mischief aims to help GetStocks stocks and shares app to be downloaded and used by more people.

Mischief says it will set up a campaign with high profile social media users to lead a charity fundraising mission using GetStocks technology.

Those taking part will be provided with funds to invest on the stock market, and all investments and profits will be donated to a charity of their choice. The aim is to demonstrate the ease and functionality of the app.

Mischief will report into Elliot Hool, VP marketing and product at GetStocks which describes itself as the “first social stockbroker marketplace”, and allows investors to buy and sell real equity stocks and earn additional income from subscribers that follow them.

Hool said: “Making money on the stock market can be daunting, we want to simplify investing so more people can get involved. We loved this approach from Mischief, they really understand the power of influencers to create engagement with audiences and most importantly for us, deliver downloads.”


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