Messaging App Marketing Specialists

be the topic of conversation.

A great iMessage sticker app is powerful gift  that brings your fans closer to their friends.  It's the best kind of marketing... because it doesn't feel like marketing at all.

We’ve launched multiple #1 iMessage sticker apps with feature placements in the iTunes store. When you work with Block Party, your sticker app will be customized for your brand, including clickable buttons to drive traffic to your website and social channels. You’ll also have a unique freemium format with options to give fans free and paid sticker sets, or a combination of the two. 


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If you don't have existing artwork, our in-house designers can work with you to create stickers your fans will love. Or if you have your own artist but want our guidance on creative strategy, we’re here to help.




Once artwork is finished, we build the app and handle the approvals and publishing process to get your stickers live.




Once the stickers are live, we can push updates to your app, adding or replacing stickers to keep users continuously engaged. 


unique interactivity


Your stickers can be used in iMessage conversation, but users can also drag them from the tray onto photos and speech bubbles.


You can use static stickers, animated stickers, or GIFs in your app – or a combination of formats.


You'll access a robust analytics dashboard to track app installs, impressions, revenue and a geographic audience breakdown.

why work with us on stickers?

We have strong relationship with messaging apps, consistently leading  to feature placements for clients. You can even see our Major Lazer stickers in Apple’s “Sticker Fight” iPhone commercial (look out for Lazer at the end giving the thumbs up!).

We’re also nerds at heart. As experts in chat marketing, we’ve published white papers and research to help various industries assess the opportunity for marketing and communication on chat platforms. Highlights include Columbia Journalism School’s “Guide To Chat Apps,” International Committee for the Red Cross’ “Humanitarian Futures For Messaging Apps,” and Knight Foundation’s “Chat The Vote: How Snapchat, Amazon, and Facebook Messenger Reimagined Civic Engagement in the 2016 Election."

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