I’m sure you are all familiar with LightInTheBox’s Instagram profile. If you’re not, you should be. We’ve got loads of customer reviews, fabulous outfits, and even some giveaways! Seriously, check it out.
And guess what, we’re giving them away for free. Yes, you read that right. Free. Want to know how? It’s easy. Check it out:
It really is that easy. So, what are you going to do now? That’s right–head on over to Instagram, follow us, and start showing us your phone case! Hate the one you have? Show us! Don’t have one at all? Show us! Need a new one? We’ll be happy to help out– 10 of you will get a new case of your choice from Mini!
Great news! The LightInTheBoxFacebook pages have now become globally connected. This new function means that fans are directed to the most geographically appropriate page. By going to one of our 16 language pages, you will receive higher quality information that is locally appropriate and more relevant to your needs (plus it gives you access to local sales and other promotions). LightInTheBox is really excited about this new initiative and we look forward to growing our local communities.
This month marks our 7th anniversary, and to celebrate, we thought we’d extend to you, dear readers, some insanely incredible promotions, starting with a weeklong extravaganza of promotions and sales on our sister site MiniInTheBox. Interested? Good. You should be.
Here’s what’s going on:
Shop on our site and you can reap the benefits of our anniversary discounts: awesome stuff for up to 90% off throughout the week (No, that’s not a typo. 90% OFF.)
Big changes have been going on LightInTheBox’s Facebook pages. To date we have pages in 16 different languages with over 500,000 fans combined (and counting), but they were all separated into unconnected pages … until now.
Over the past few weeks we’ve been working with Facebook to switch all of our country pages into a single, interconnected platform via Facebook’s Global Pages.
What this means for you is that soon, all of our local LightInTheBox Facebook pages will be joined together under a single Facebook URL (at the time of writing, 12 of our 15 foreign language pages had been switched over), so instead of having a multiple pages for different countries/regions/languages, you will simply be directed to the appropriate language page (i.e. the Portuguese page for users in Brazil) based on your location when you log in.