New launches and innovations usually have some issues on their first day in the public eye or on the consumer market. And, Allergan’s Botox Day was no different.
Launching on November 20, 2019, the first-ever National Botox Cosmetic Day was a big deal for many, both on- and offline. On Twitter, under #BotoxCosmeticDay, #BotoxCosmetic, and #BotoxDay consumers posted the day’s successes and imperfections. While some fans of the popular cosmetic product were quick to point out their experience with the site glitching, it’s safe to say that the greater majority were optimistic about the promised sales.
Under each of the aforementioned hashtags, fans reported the official site being down or timing out. Some consumers altogether condemned Allergan’s for its seeming lack of organization. Still, these Twitter users and their opprobrium have yet to receive an official response. It would seem that, for now at least, Allergan plans on circumventing the issue, even on the company’s Twitter page, @allergan.
Success! I just received my email confirmation. Thanks @Allergensaid Twitter user, mikailid
What can be said about the way things were handled? Despite the raging backlash, there are some positives to this situation. Namely, people love Botox.
First, who knew that Botox was so highly revered online? What’s more, who would have guessed that so many people would want more information about this so-called “holiday,” that they would, in essence, crash the site? It speaks volumes to Allergan’s marketing techniques and the results that consumers have seen using the product.
Second, although some Twitter users claim to have signed-up for Allergan’s marketing e-mails but never received any, we can see that whoever is handling digital marketing is doing a pretty decent job. Having so many people sign up for one event is a pretty big deal. Remember, it’s not a common event to see hundreds of people join in on one singular occasion.
Our office saw a spike in sales of the famous Botox this past Wednesday. While we don’t heavily market the product, we always have a stock in our fridge, so to speak.
People really like the effects of the product. To that point that its yields are highly sought after. And, don’t be misled, it’s not just women. Both straight and gay men have commented numerous times on the efficacy of the outcome.
I think your site needs some Botox so it can stay up.said Twitter user sarahspecht
#botoxday #bust #annoying
Botox is an anti-aging cosmetic miracle product. Primarily, its designs centers on stopping the formation of wrinkles, and even erase existing ones. However, if your condition is medical, like fibromyalgia, hyperhidrosis (sweating) or an overactive bladder, this product may be an option for you. Still, the uses of Botox can also be sexual. Namely, slowing down the journey to climax as to delay orgasm in the case of premature ejaculation.
Was It A Success?
So would we classify the first National Botox Day as a success? Botox has been and always will be known as a miracle product. Renowned for decades as the anti-aging elixir, not too different from the fountain of youth, Botox has been a name that every Hollywood stars either knows firsthand or has heard of. Now, that same name is becoming a household brand, wherein business -men and -women, mothers and fathers, and men — gay or straight — are all alike taking advantage of all that this product has to offer.
Learn more about the various uses of Botox on our site’s comprehensive and informative eight-parts one-page spread.
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