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The winner of Professor Tell’s gold coin in October started practicing with a crossbow very early on

November 1st, 2011
Silas Eichenberger

Silas Eichenberger

Silas Eichenberger became a Facebook fan of Professor Tell just three weeks ago. „When a friend of mine liked one of the items on Professor Tell’s Facebook profile, I clicked on it and became a fan, too,“ recalls Silas. It proved to be a wise decision since the polygraph apprentice is now the winner of October’s gold bullion coin. Although Silas has never shot with a real crossbow, the nineteen-year-old loved playing with a toy crossbow complete with rubber-suction arrows as a child. He has no plans to sell the gold coin but intends to keep it as an investment in a little wooden case behind glass. „I will definitely tell my family and friends about my good fortune and that it really pays off to become a Facebook fan of Professor Tell.“

Professor Tell will be giving away another gold coin in November. Become one of his Facebook fans and make the most of your chance to win!

Gold-coin winner observer of price of gold for years

October 12th, 2011

Tamara Staubli has been observing the price of gold for years because her father-in-law always receives gold bullion coins. „However, they were stolen from him last year,” Staubli said. All the more reason for her to rejoice at winning the September gold coin from Professor Tell. The administrative clerk and mother of two happened upon TRANSLATION-PROBST Ltd. by chance. „I have relatives in America and was looking for an online dictionary. I found TRANSLATION-PROBST Ltd. and became a Facebook fan of Professor Tell,” Staubli recalled.

She plans to save the gold bullion coin. „It will be a nest egg for our two daughters,” the happy winner declared.

One year with Professor Tell – a look behind the scenes

September 28th, 2011

Professor Tell has been embodying the TRANSLATION-PROBST Ltd. values of precision, accuracy, reliability and Swissness for one year. Thanks to his Facebook profile, Professor Tell has made over 530 fans to date and achieved 8th place in this year’s “Award Social Media” competition, beating out the likes of Gillette, Calida and Mammut. To celebrate Professor Tell’s first anniversary, we are letting you take a look behind the scenes and will show you the humorous “making of” the video on Professor Tell’s Facebook profile.

Winner of August’s gold coin has been fan of TRANSLATION-PROBST Ltd. for five years

September 7th, 2011
Thomas Lengenfelder
Thomas Lengenfelder

While on a trekking holiday, Thomas Lengenfelder was surprised to hear of his golden win. „I’m overjoyed to have won the August gold coin from Professor Tell,” said Lengenfelder. He became acquainted with TRANSLATION-PROBST Ltd. five years ago at EMEX. At that time, Professor Tell had not yet appeared on the scene. „However, when the character was created last year, Roman Probst convinced me to become a  Facebook fan of Professor Tell,” the purchasing and office manager explained.

Lengenfelder was unable to attend EMEX’11 due to illness, but he had already met Professor Tell a year earlier at his EMEX premiere. „Professor Tell made such a positive impression on visitors that you couldn’t pass by without stopping,” Lengenfelder laughed. “And as a reliable and unerring marksman, Professor Tell is the perfect ambassador for the texts and translations from TRANSLAION-PROBST Ltd.”

The ecstatic winner already knows what he will do with his gold coin. „It’s going straight into the safe. With gold prices on the rise, this coin is going to appreciate a lot.”

Professor Tell will be giving out another gold coin in September. Become a fan of his on Facebook for your chance to win!

TRANSLATION-PROBST Ltd. wins call for eye-catcher at #emex11

August 3rd, 2011

Eye-CatcherTRANSLATION-PROBST Ltd. has won the Call for Eye-Catcher at the SuisseEMEX’11. This means that TRANSLATION-PROBST Ltd. is now one of the six companies that will receive an extra booth at the SuisseEMEX – chosen from among the over 350 exhibiting companies that all had a chance to compete for this honour. The Professor Tell concept and contest will now be able to attract attention and guests at two booths in Halls 3 and 4. “EMEX visitors will be able to play the Professor Tell online game when they come to our booths. You can test yourself to see if you hit the target as often as our marketing texts and translations do,” remarks CEO Roman Probst. “And whoever wants to shoot with a genuine crossbow at the Eye-Catcher after playing the online game can do so at the Online Forum in Hall 4.” Roman Probst, together with Google expert Beat Z’graggen, will give a presentation on the topic of how to win customers using online marketing at the Online Forum.

TRANSLATION-PROBST Ltd. overtakes GilletteAward CC

In addition to the Call for Eye-Catcher, TRANSLATION-PROBST Ltd. and Professor Tell have also qualified for the Social Media Award from Voting für Social Media Awardthe Award CC, the national competition for the largest Swiss social media campaigns. The Professor Tell campaign is currently in the Top 20 and thus neck-and-neck with the Gillette and Migros campaigns. The Facebook voting for the first-ever “Public’s Choice” award is open until 15 August 2011. After this date, the best three campaigns will battle for the title until the end of August.

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